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    Are there Any Crappie Fisherman In Florida? #1706 12/05/08 10:23 AM
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    Well it looks like you Crappie Fisherman in Florida have a new Fishing Forum. We have one just like it in Texas. It is a great Forum and all of us want you to have just as great a Forum in Florida.
    So get on here and start posting. Post something everyday. Post about your latest fishing trip, how big they were, how deep, share your interest and share your fun. grin


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    Re: Are there Any Crappie Fisherman In Florida? [Re: CrappieTEX] #1759 01/09/09 07:08 PM
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    Heck yes there here, they just dont know how to use a computer!!! lol. What's up Crappietex?

    Re: Are there Any Crappie Fisherman In Florida? [Re: b75nweav] #1798 01/23/09 09:04 AM
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    GOING to fish lake crescent next week for the first time for crappie. longlining jigs. any tips on colors, areas,depth?

    Re: Are there Any Crappie Fisherman In Florida? [Re: catfish44] #1845 02/17/09 07:11 PM
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    the mayans have take over most canals in the deep south here getting some peacock bass also , i believe north of tamapa the crappie and blue gills still are KING

    Re: Are there Any Crappie Fisherman In Florida? [Re: polingpower] #1963 05/11/09 12:45 PM
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    hey I resemble that remark CRACKER ! where do you go crappie fishing out around here? Everything is 5ft deep.


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    Re: Are there Any Crappie Fisherman In Florida? [Re: roostertail] #2100 07/11/09 06:27 AM
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    I find some of my best speck fishing to be from October through December down here...Love It!!


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    Re: Are there Any Crappie Fisherman In Florida? [Re: Capt. Drew Cavanaugh] #2129 07/21/09 10:44 PM
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    Are there really lakes you can catch crappies in Florida?

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    Re: Are there Any Crappie Fisherman In Florida? [Re: polingpower] #2389 09/29/09 05:21 AM
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    If you know of a crappie/bluegill lake in the Tampa Bay area I would like to know about it. The only one we have found so far is Lake Seminole, and the fish are rather small. Better for catfishing at this lake.

    Re: Are there Any Crappie Fisherman In Florida? [Re: wolfie] #3387 12/16/09 05:13 PM
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    I actually guide for crappie from February-April. With a jonboat. It's on the east side of Gainesville, a nice lake with cypress forest. Our biggest crappie are only 12 inches, however, except in rare cases. But we catch plenty of them in 2-3 feet of water, on artificials. I would say 25 to 75 fish per trip. And, we're protected from cold fronts, thanks to the woods. Email me at joe@seafavorites.com if you have any questions.

    Re: Are there Any Crappie Fisherman In Florida? [Re: Capt. Drew Cavanaugh] #10777 11/18/16 09:33 PM
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    Originally Posted by Capt. Drew Cavanaugh
    I find some of my best speck fishing to be from October through December down here...Love It!!


    Ahhhh, finally someone talking like a Floridian!

    Up north they call them crappie. Here in Florida we call them specks.

    If anyone around here calls them crappie then they should expect some funny looks and the question "hey, you from up north???"

    So for this Florida fishing forum to have a crappie board is a northern imposition upon Florida culture. It should be titled "speck fishing."

    But heck yeah there is some great speck fishing here in Florida. We catch a mess of them out on the St. Johns river and lakes the river flows through and a number of other lakes are also good producers of healthy specks.

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