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#1 Dec-16-08 10:46AM

CozUF2001
Patagonian Toothfish
From: Richmond, Virginia
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Cedar Report - 12/15/08

I went out to enjoy the warmer weather yesterday and happened upon a nice school of crappie. While I only ended up with two, I did see a bunch of surfacing fish which was encouraging. I was using small lead head jigs with white grub trailers.


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#2 Dec-16-08 3:53PM

Bass Hunter
Northern Snakehead
Registered: Oct-19-07
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Re: Cedar Report - 12/15/08

CozUF2001 wrote:

I went out to enjoy the warmer weather yesterday and happened upon a nice school of crappie. While I only ended up with two, I did see a bunch of surfacing fish which was encouraging. I was using small lead head jigs with white grub trailers.

Patrick...you certainly got my attention...

where were these crappie schooling?

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#3 Dec-17-08 7:45AM

CozUF2001
Patagonian Toothfish
From: Richmond, Virginia
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Re: Cedar Report - 12/15/08

You may be surprised by this answer, but they were up shallow in the west end of Cedar in no more than 4ft of water with many of them breaching.


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#4 Dec-17-08 4:13PM

CozUF2001
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From: Richmond, Virginia
Registered: Mar-26-08
Posts: 1419
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Re: Cedar Report - 12/15/08

I was hiding in the back...I can't let "everyone" know about the hot spots! lol


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