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  1. Details: 3 lb. 228 in. Yellow Bullhead Catfish with a Bear Paw Live Bait Snells

    Catfish

  2. Details: Largemouth Bass with a scatter rap

    1. Surf_Monkey 0
      Hawg!
    2. simmsrenegade61 0
      Nice fish!
    3. Bassfishinboy11 0
      He was 6 pounds 18 1/2 inches
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  3. Details: Largemouth Bass

    1 1/2 pound worth of soft fishing baits

    1. Bassfishinboy11 0
      No @russellg4
    2. russellg4 0
      @graincuttinboy sorry my AutoCorrect
    3. russellg4 0
      Those
    4. russellg4 0
      Color
    5. russellg4 0
      Coller
    6. russellg4 0
      Did you coler
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  4. Details: Largemouth Bass

    1. Bassfishinboy11 0
      Oh aren't u cool with your little gopro and your cool little editing picture i think u should start a business πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚@big_bass and the bass was about ...more 3 ponds
    2. Bassfishinboy11 0
      @big_bass it was about 4 pounds
    3. big_bass 0
      Thing*
    4. big_bass 0
      That think is 1.5 or 2 NOT 3 or 4
    5. htgaddis 0
      Deff not 3 or 4 lbs bud
    6. Bassfishinboy11 0
      3or4 pounds @htgaddis
    7. htgaddis 0
      ????? @graincuttinboy
    8. Bassfishinboy11 0
      Yes@htgaddis
    9. htgaddis 0
      Pounds?
    10. Bassfishinboy11 0
      Bout 3 or 4
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  5. Details: Black Crappie

    1. fishinfool23 0
      All about picking the right color
    2. fishinfool23 0
      Bass minnows, and sometimes some creek chubs, don't be afraid to throw a bigger bait, they will go after bigger bait then what you think, everyonce in a while ...more they will only touch artifitial, then its
    3. fishinfool23 0
      They will be tucked under cover, it just depends what they want that day, I have always had better luck with live minnows, normally I will get a few dozen of crappie ...more minnows, and 1 dozen of
    4. Donald Myers 0
      Wait for them to run in the spring and throw a tube jig.
    5. Joe Olsem 0
      Minnow. I prefer using a bobber when fishing in trees to not hang up. Lastly patience. Most of the times the littler crappie will attack first and more viciously. ...more The big ones are slow/sluggish
    6. Jackson Roberts 0
      Use a live minnow with slip bobber
    7. Joe Olsem 0
      For deep water crappies I'd use a Eagle Claw Crappie rig tipped with minnows. For shallow water I'd find a good tree or weed bed that has crappie around ...more it. The big ones will be close by. And use a
    8. Sutton Dole 0
      If it is in a pond, 2 inch chartreuse Berkeley swimming shad
    9. Sutton Dole 0
      White/ chartreuse crappie magnet on a 1/16 oz jig head under a small cork
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  6. Details: White Crappie with a Yellow Spinner Bait. Beetle Spin. Abu Garcia Veritous

    1. Mason Cizek 0
      Black crappie for sure! What a slab!
    2. bass_master101 0
      It's ok but just sayin it was a white because there was only like one black in there
    3. drew_s_9 0
      Sorry guys, yesterday I was being a jerk, and I have no idea why. I was just trying to help out.
    4. bass_master101 0
      Okay but only if they stop@KW_BassMaster
    5. bass_master101 0
      And also you said you see 7 there is only 6 you said white crappie have 5-6 there's 6
    6. KW_BassMaster 0
      BRAYDEN STOP @bass_master101
    7. bass_master101 0
      This is the last comment some days it is a bad time to go fishing when the pond is froze
    8. bass_master101 0
      And we're not being stubborn
    9. bass_master101 0
      @drew_s_9 and@wyldechylde77 yall never even fished that pond so yall don't know there are no black crappie in that pond so just stop commenting on this pic ...more that goes for both off yall
    10. drew_s_9 0
      It's not a white crappie do a little research, and stop being stubborn. I'll leave you alone if you stop making ignorant comments.
    11. KW_BassMaster 0
      Well uts a white crappie leave it at that
    12. drew_s_9 0
      You retorted when I was trying to be helpful which began this argument, I'm not a yuppie, and I don't give a flying crap about how old you are.
    13. KW_BassMaster 0
      @Logger12
    14. KW_BassMaster 0
      @drew_s_9
    15. KW_BassMaster 0
      Yea i started it comin on my own account saying it was a black crappie yeah really??? And why do u say bliss you nee bliss you yuppie and im from the south idc about ...more english class
    16. drew_s_9 0
      Ignorance is bliss, good luck in English class, and you started the argument.
    17. KW_BassMaster 0
      Idc wat he thinks yall dont even know about fish in virginia we stocked the lond aint no blavk crappie sticked in that pond on white
    18. KW_BassMaster 0
      There aint nuthing manly about you wats a butthurt? Its not the truth actially
    19. KW_BassMaster 0
      @drew_s_9
    20. KW_BassMaster 0
      Bo im. 14 and yea you are so mature by arguing about a fish l
    21. drew_s_9 0
      But I'll leave you alone from now on if you want me too.
    22. drew_s_9 0
      I just wanted to settle the argument, and by the butthurt way your acting right now, I can say I'm much more mature than you. And you still deny the truth. That ...more man knows more than anybody on here.
    23. KW_BassMaster 0
      We dont have black crappie in that SpECIFIC pond my oter pond DoES so just shut you mouth and leave me alone @drew_s_9
    24. KW_BassMaster 0
      Wow had to call in backup so mature @drew_s_9 ive caught em for years and idc wat yall say so it doesnt matter to me wat your opinion is so leave
    25. drew_s_9 0
      Guess I am a little fish expert @KW_BassMaster
    26. Chuck LaBruna 0
      @drew_s_9 Anytime, always glad to help. πŸ˜‰
    27. Chuck LaBruna 0
      ..Blacks, especially during spawn. That said, counting the spines is the easiest way to identify which is which. Blacks have 7-8 spines, Whites have 5-6. This one ...more has 7, it's a Black. πŸ˜‰
    28. drew_s_9 0
      Thank you taking time to respond @wyldechylde77
    29. Chuck LaBruna 0
      ..vertical bars along its sides, with a few spots. Blacks do not have vertical bars, only spotting. Which this one does have. You cannot go by color when it comes ...more to them. Whites can be darker than..
    30. Chuck LaBruna 0
      Ok guys @drew_s_9 @KW_BassMaster @bass_master101 I'm a little busy tonight but 7 spines means it's a Black Crappie. White Crappie only have 5-6 max, Blacks ...more have 7-8 spines. Whites also have..
    31. Chuck LaBruna 0
      @bass_master101 @KW_BassMaster do you guys also count 7 spines?
    32. drew_s_9 0
      I see 7 also @wyldechylde77
    33. Chuck LaBruna 0
      I count 7
    34. Chuck LaBruna 0
      @drew_s_9 @bass_master101 @KW_BassMaster Easy guys. I'll make this really easy for you guys to learn to indentify. How many spines do you see on the dorsal fin?
    35. drew_s_9 0
      @wyldechylde77 please help
    36. drew_s_9 0
      ... Is a black crappie
    37. drew_s_9 0
      Your little buddy is like 9, I'm 13, and yes I have caught black crappie in my creek, and I have caught white crappie in my pond @bass_master101 and no I don't ...more know about your pond, but I know this...
    38. bass_master101 0
      Have you even caught a black crappie cause i looked at your page and didn't see anything @drew_s_9
    39. KW_BassMaster 0
      Your like 9 and im. 14 so u dont even know about my pond we have brim and WHITe crappie in the pond so just stop dude @drew_s_9
    40. KW_BassMaster 0
      Arent you a little fish expert @drew_s_9
    41. drew_s_9 0
      You will find that black crappie ( shown in this picture ) will have random black dots, white crappie have organized lines extending from their back.
    42. drew_s_9 0
      Ignorance is bliss buddy, you do have black crappie In that pond because that fish is a black crappie. Look up pictures of black and white crappie and compare the ...more difference. @bass_master101 @KW_BassMaster
    43. KW_BassMaster 0
      Bro we dont even have black crappie in that pondπŸ˜‚ b4 you say anythang you dontt even know so just stop @drew_s_9
    44. bass_master101 0
      Your wrong
    45. bass_master101 0
      Cause I caught one at the same pond just didn't take a pic
    46. bass_master101 0
      Actually it's a white crappie because black crappies have black and white crappies a green at the top @drew_s_9
    47. drew_s_9 0
      The dots are in random black patterns, white crappie have organized lines extending from their back, it doesn't matter how shiny it is. @KW_BassMaster @bass_master101
    48. KW_BassMaster 0
      Its not a black crappie broπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ @drew_s_9
    49. bass_master101 0
      That's a white crappie that's why it's so shiny
    50. drew_s_9 0
      Black crappie, but still a good one.
    51. KW_BassMaster 0
      14.5 Inches Long)
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  7. Details: Channel Catfish with a burkley power bait minnow

    I snagged him while I was bass fishing. 10lb

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