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i haven't done much winter crappie fishing so i need a little help im gonna go fish my local lake this coming week in spotsylvania Virginia temps probably around low 50s all week, ima bring my ultra light so i can get some crappie in the canoe i hope but im not sure on what to use or where i should be fishing exactly, i don't have a depth finder on my canoe and i cant launch my boat here so i cant find to much structure but i know where a bunch is from fishing all summer there. all hep is welcome thanks in advance all.

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Brush piles, timber, docks and boat lifts. Live bait, or mini mites, nail tails or something similar rigged underneat a Rocket Bobber. I wouldn't spool up anything heavier than 6lb test.

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Id carry a large weight on thirty or so foot of rope to use as a depth finder. I locate the deepest water with rock or rip rap and id cast and count a 1/32 jig with a bobby garland albino shad or shimmer shad bait. Start out on a ten count if no takers increase you count till you find them

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Brush piles, timber, docks and boat lifts. Live bait, or mini mites, nail tails or something similar rigged underneat a Rocket Bobber. I wouldn't spool up anything heavier than 6lb test.

I like this too with a pink mini & spike

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I like to use the smallest size rooster tail I can find. Colors are usually chart or white.

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