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Old 11-04-2013, 09:18 PM
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Default Re: Crappie on the fly?

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Old 11-07-2013, 07:30 PM
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I have used wooly buggers in white with great success. Also cats whiskers in grey.
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Old 11-12-2013, 09:11 PM
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What part of Florida? Here in Central Florida I've always had good luck with an Olive Wooly Bugger, Heavy on the wooly. They are alot of fun on the Fly, as a matter of fact my biggest Speck ever was a 14" Slabside that I caught on the aforementioned Olive Wooly Bugger
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Old 11-18-2013, 11:18 PM
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Woollies, clouser minnows, cats whiskers, brim intros, and hares ear nymph do a fine job of catching crappies.
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This one took a foam tan cricket while catching bluegills:


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This one hit a olive wooly bugger near some lilys:

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This one slam a black wooly bugger with gold bead head

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I've had luck with green weenies with a gold bead head, wooly worms in Olive, black, and brown with in gold bead head. Foam terrestrails and even some on dry flies. I have also caught them on a few crawdad patterns.

What are Cat whiskers?
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Well Hello Angelo,

Where have you been bud? You don't have to tell me but I see you've been getting into some great fish.

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Angelo, try this.
It's a simple fly that's effective for any panfish.

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Default Re: Crappie on the fly?

I know this thread is a couple of months old but I figured I'd post.

They are spawning right now in Alabama. We threw out several christmas trees around the dock and there are crappie beds everywhere. Once I figured out where they are, they are taking every color streamer I throw at them. Green and white minnow, chartreuse/pink clouser, black/gold flash clouser.

Yesterday I was fishing one bed and catching a fish every cast. Lots of fun on a fly rod.
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I like you pictures how said about those fishing hooks an those are one of my favourites


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