Crappie thread 2024

campboy

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FINALLY!!! First of the year. We’ve been focusing on white bass lately. So after wearing them out yesterday we took a little while to try some and managed to catch a few crappie

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antharper

“Well Rounded Outdoorsman MOD “
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Well y’all say a little prayer for my fishing partner . I’m just glad he was with his mom but it still hurts my heart . My daughter met them at the ER and she said he told her , I’m not even gonna be able to throw my fishing pole :cry:IMG_5081.jpegIMG_5082.jpeg
 

cjones

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Well y’all say a little prayer for my fishing partner . I’m just glad he was with his mom but it still hurts my heart . My daughter met them at the ER and she said he told her , I’m not even gonna be able to throw my fishing pole :cry:

Where there's a will, there's a way. This is my youngest a few years ago with a bum wing casting his spinner rod. It can be done! Hopefully that'll inspire your fishing buddy to not give up hope once the swelling and pain go down.

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littlejon

Senior Member
When you plan to bring a mess home to eat, do you put them in your live-well or throw them in a cooler with ice? Then once cleaned, water in the bag or no water before freezing? Why on both and TIA!
 

KKrueger

Senior Member
Little Jon, I go straight to ice, clean a few hours later.

Lately I have vacuum sealed with no water but use them within a couple of months.

I used to fill a ziploc bag with water and feel it helps them last much longer, but also takes up tons of freezer space and takes forever to thaw.

That's my $0.02
 

littlejon

Senior Member
Little Jon, I go straight to ice, clean a few hours later.

Lately I have vacuum sealed with no water but use them within a couple of months.

I used to fill a ziploc bag with water and feel it helps them last much longer, but also takes up tons of freezer space and takes forever to thaw.

That's my $0.02
Any benefit on ice rather than live-well?
 

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