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You'll probably have a better chance to catch a bass on crappie jig than the other way.If your going for a mixed bag its hard to beat a Blakemore roadrunner.

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You'll probably have a better chance to catch a bass on crappie jig than the other way.If your going for a mixed bag its hard to beat a Blakemore roadrunner.

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You'll probably have a better chance to catch a bass on crappie jig than the other way.If your going for a mixed bag its hard to beat a Blakemore roadrunner.

Funny that this topic comes up today. My friend caught this earlier this morning. It's not a crappie or bream, but just as astounding. This little guy was 7-8" tops.

 

x3 on the roadrunners, although I personally prefer the Northland Whistler jigs. Same difference.

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Funny that this topic comes up today. My friend caught this earlier this morning. It's not a crappie or bream, but just as astounding. This little guy was 7-8" tops.

 

x3 on the roadrunners, although I personally prefer the Northland Whistler jigs. Same difference.

Beautiful yellow perch!

Jay

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Funny that this topic comes up today. My friend caught this earlier this morning. It's not a crappie or bream, but just as astounding. This little guy was 7-8" tops.

 

x3 on the roadrunners, although I personally prefer the Northland Whistler jigs. Same difference.

 

I catch those all the time on the Lower Potomac and in Piney Run on flukes.

 

Allen

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I catch those all the time on the Lower Potomac and in Piney Run on flukes.

 

Allen

This one was caught on the MD side in Piscataway Creek. They will try to eat anything.

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