1. Details: RC: Crappie-Condos

    Approximately 15-18 Condos placed in 14'-17' deep water. With a South wind you can tie off to the power piling and let about 15' of rope out and you'll ...more be right over the center of this "field" of condos. I selected this location because of its proximity to the Creek channel (25' deep water). I've caught crappie here every time I've fished it since dropping these (circa 2006). Haven't been able to make it down to RC in several Years, so I hope someone can fish em and give me a report on how you do. Would be much appreciated... Good luck! And watch that line!

    1. Dean Hollingsworth 0
      i tried to find the crappie condos today, I am not sure if I found the right location. Are the co ordinates correct on Fishidy?
    2. Mike Sutphin 0
      Finally found and it is still holding fish. Only fished about 20 minutes late afternoon and had 3. Thanks
    3. Chris Hendrix 0
      When I have a chance to go I will let you know. Thanks
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  2. Several Cedar Trees/Tops, placed April 2015. Added more Cedar March 26th, 2016. Took triangulation photos of shoreline, and sonar/down images. Located in 8'-12' ...more deep water... (@ Normal Pool Elevation of 322' a.s.l.). Piles are tightly grouped... no more than 10'-12' in between piles... you will see them on sonar if you get close to these coord's... you'll see them long before you get on top of them IF you have a Side Imaging Unit. ;-)

    Cedar Brush (8'-12')

    1. Ethan Wehmeyer 0
      Caught any good fish off of it ?
  3. Details: High Dive Brushpile 18'

    Good-Sized Brushpile about 10' straight out from the deck (sitting/fishing area) of this dock. Water is approx. 18' deep at the end of this dock. Usually ...more holds lots of good-sized crappie. If you don't get bit on the pile, shoot your jig under the dock... (Edited-1/2/16): Our beautiful reservoir is plum full right now, so if you're planning on shooting any docks for crappie (especially in the Paradise Bay Arm) you had better bring your "A"game!! Lol! Not much more than 2"-4" to work with on most of the docks in this area right now. Watch your line!!! :-D

    1. Oscar Jones 0
      Sorry for taking so long to respond... haven't been on the web in a few either... work, work, and more work... ya know
    2. Oscar Jones 0
      It's all public man... the only restricted area on CCL, that I know of, is the roped-off section over by the spillway. I'll post exact coordinates to these ...more brush piles in a bit... getting ready to head out to do some scouting right now. Haven't been on the water in several months... we've had a lot of rain since I was out last, I'm hoping that I put enough weight on all that brush! Lol. If they're still there, I'll try and remember to post up exact GPS coord's.
    3. Donte Wilson 0
      Is this public access or private property?
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  4. Details: Crappie Condos 20'

    Crappie Condos approx. 10' NW of Power Piling closest to shore. 20' Deep Water @ Normal Pool Elevation (322'). Created Circa 2008.

    1. Shane Chapman 0
      Might have to get with you and make sure I'm fishing the right spot. I have side imaging and not sure I found it.
    2. Oscar Jones 0
      Lemme know how it turns out!
    3. Oscar Jones 0
      No problem... I fished this spot about two weeks ago, and someone has dumped a crapload of brush on top of my condos... I mean, don't get me wrong, I love brush ...more as much as crappie do, but you don't loose near as many jigs fishing condos. The crappie are still very very slow here on CCL. I did find a few out in 27' deep water holding to bridge pilings. Good Luck!
    4. Shane Chapman 0
      Thanks for sharing I live close to this spot will give it a try!!!
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  • Species Crappie
  • Waterway Cedar Creek Lake, Texas
  • Lure Jig