Went out yesterday and finally had a phenomenal day chasing the crappie! Jerry the Hagman and I caught over 50, including 36 keepers. When we launched from fate Sanders the water was 56 degrees with less than a foot clarity. The majority of the day we fished brushpiles and stumps on 3ft-6ft with minnows under floats. We started around Poole’s Knob boat ramp catching a few keepers before we cruised into Fall Creek. There the water temperature was 58 degrees with 1.5ft clarity. The next 4 hours we bounced around the stumps and trees that were exposed catching tons of keepers! The crappie have finally moved into all the creeks! After a few hours I switched to a 1/32oz jigs with a chartreuse/clear and purple/chart Crappie Magnets under my float, twitching it in slowing. They were eating these just as good! The temperature is finally where you can catch quality keepers in most coves, pockets and creeks around wood and boulders!
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