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1743
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Anglers at Lake Wylie employ a technique called \"shooting,\" which consists of using a short rod to \"shoot \" jigs under piers and docks, to catch crappie.
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26650
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Crappie species are fun to fish for year around but the best time is during spawning months. In North Carolina it is from March through June. Fishermen can catch crappie using a variety of fishing techniques and baiting strategies.
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Friend of Wildlife (NoCar Oversize SK 431 F74x), Vol. 33 Issue 1, Jan/Feb 1986, p11-12, por
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6592
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Crappies are not a native North Carolina fish. They were first introduced into large Piedmont reservoirs, lakes, and ponds, and have recently spread to lakes in the coastal plain. They are an excellent game fish and a delicious meal. Amundson discusses the crappies' characteristics, breeding and food habits, and how to fish for them.
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34399
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Crappie are one of anglers’ favorite freshwater fish in North Carolina. The fish are spread out in shallow water during the spring, but move to deeper water in the summer. Two Triangle-area fishing guides share their knowledge and offer tips on catching crappie in Jordan Reservoir and Shearon Harris Lake.
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39393
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The author, Rick Goines, talks about the white and black crappie and crappie fishing in Maryland, the 1859 acre Tar River Reservoir in Rocky Mount, and Falls Lake in the Triangle. He discusses bait, trolling and other methods to catch this popular fish.
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