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PostPosted: Fri Dec 16, 2016 8:25 am 
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welcome aboard Dobby . Thanks for the fishing report. This time of the year the crappie

are migrating up the river and creeks from the main lake where they spent the summer

months. The crappie will stack up there in the mouth of the bayou and out front of there

in the east fork of the sanjacinto river. From there they will start moving up the bayou and

east fork. feeding heavy on shad to put on some fat to help them get through the cold months

of winter and to help develop their eggs. You should be able to start catching more bigger fish

up the bayou and more north in the river from now till the end of spawning in the spring time.

the spawn will start in March till May


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 16, 2016 8:59 pm 
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Hey Dobby..... has your master given you clothes yet? :lol:

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 17, 2016 10:54 am 
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Thanks for the Merry Christmas wish Dobby. I also wish you and your family

a very Merry Christmas . Hope Santa brings all you want and for your stringers

be filled with crappie. At the top of the crappie lounge i posted some sticky posts

on jigging for crappie there is quite a bit of information on the crappie in lake

houston that maybe of some help on your search of the elusive Houston crappie .

I admire someone who turns loose the crappie they catch. Leaves more for me to

catch. But from all the studies i have on crappie they say the crappie are so prolific

and lay so many eggs and their life span is so short lived . That turning them loose

will not improve their populations. But i do not believe anyone should ever take any

more game on any king than what meets their mediate needs.

also Ergo McDonald's never ever had any fish that tasted as good as a platter

of good ole fashioned cornmeal fried CRAPPIE . Hope to see you out on the lake.


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