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Old 01-09-2021, 11:13 AM   #1
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Been busy chasing ducks and deer so I’m way behind in getting this one going but my hunting is over now! Should fish 4-5 days in the next week and a half! If your after a big fish now is the time!

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Ran a trip on LOP today. I had a young fellow catch a couple of hammers
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Congrats to that young man! That's a hoss!
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I'm glad to see the new 2021 crappie thread, just in time for my new Livescope. I installed it yesterday using separate 20 volt cordless drill battery to the GPSMAP 8612xsv and another one for the Livescope black box. For anyone asking if Garmin will be putting out a new and improved version of Livescope, now I can guarantee that they will. It should be any day now, after I made my purchase. LOL
Now that I have it 90% installed, the weather forecast is calling for snow and freezing temperatures today. I guess I could still go to try it out, we'll see.

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I'm glad to see the new 2021 crappie thread, just in time for my new Livescope. I installed it yesterday using separate 20 volt cordless drill battery to the GPSMAP 8612xsv and another one for the Livescope black box. For anyone asking if Garmin will be putting out a new and improved version of Livescope, now I can guarantee that they will. It should be any day now, after I made my purchase. LOL
Now that I have it 90% installed, the weather forecast is calling for snow and freezing temperatures today. I guess I could still go to try it out, we'll see.

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That Livescope is some super cool technology! I've only experienced it on one fishing outing (a VERY successful outing), but good golly, I swear, I could make out the whiskers on a large catfish 20 ft deep! Enjoy that game changing and expensive ice chest-filling tool!

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I've gone with 2 guides with Livescope and it's amazing technology. I'm hoping I can catch Crappie with it.

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I have always been a bay fisherman. Do you all know a good crappie guide at sam Rayburn or toldeo bend? Would love to take my wife out fishing for some crappie. Never done it before. We have a deer camp near toledo we can stay at reason I mentioned those lakes. I heard they are good eating.
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Keith, I've always had great success crappie fishing when it's snowing.



Course, that was inside a fishing barge.
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My old jig man passed away yesterday. Got the cal this morning. RIP Pappy. He’s been in bad shape for years and I wasn’t surprised when I got the call. Hate to hear it but hopefully him and Bob are sacking em up today. I’m about done with the birds! The crappie better hide!!

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Old 01-10-2021, 12:29 PM   #11
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According to some you can’t catch crappie without it.


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Keith, I've always had great success crappie fishing when it's snowing.



Course, that was inside a fishing barge.
I just called my father-in-law and he doesn't want to go fishing this afternoon. My boys don't want to go today.

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I'm glad to see the new 2021 crappie thread, just in time for my new Livescope. I installed it yesterday using separate 20 volt cordless drill battery to the GPSMAP 8612xsv and another one for the Livescope black box. For anyone asking if Garmin will be putting out a new and improved version of Livescope, now I can guarantee that they will. It should be any day now, after I made my purchase. LOL
Now that I have it 90% installed, the weather forecast is calling for snow and freezing temperatures today. I guess I could still go to try it out, we'll see.

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Nice. Let's see pics of your setup. My biggest advice is do not stare at the screen too long. Just cause you see them doesn't mean they will bite. Best move quickly to find aggressive fish. That 12 inch screen ought a look great!
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Nice. Let's see pics of your setup. My biggest advice is do not stare at the screen too long. Just cause you see them doesn't mean they will bite. Best move quickly to find aggressive fish. That 12 inch screen ought a look great!

LOL, you saw my old boat at the TBH crappie get together on Lake Fork in 2019. My electronics are worth about 5 times what my boat is worth. LOL I rigged it up redneck style with 2X4 and 2X6 lumber, to avoid drilling any holes in the fiberglass. I wired them up with 20 volt DeWalt batteries to power the 8612 and one for the Livescope. I plan to upgrade my boat this year, in fact I have been looking, but used boats are outrageous right now.
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LOL, you saw my old boat at the TBH crappie get together on Lake Fork in 2019. My electronics are worth about 5 times what my boat is worth. LOL I rigged it up redneck style with 2X4 and 2X6 lumber, to avoid drilling any holes in the fiberglass. I wired them up with 20 volt DeWalt batteries to power the 8612 and one for the Livescope. I plan to upgrade my boat this year, in fact I have been looking, but used boats are outrageous right now.

Keith, could you tell me more about the Dewalt 20v battery hookups? I've never heard of that. But could see where the 12v lithium would make since they are used on yaks.


The fish are biting, and there's hogs to be kill-t. Gotta go!

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Tell me more about the Dewalt battery hookups. I've never heard of that. But see where the lithium would make since they are used on yaks. But think they are on 12v .

The fish are biting, and there's hogs to be kill-t. Gotta go!
I've been reading about it and a lot of guys are using them. My Garmin 8612 can use 10 volts to 32 volts DC. The Livescope is the same, however not all units are the same, so verify this before hooking it up. The 20 volt lithium batteries from power tools are smaller, take much less room and weigh a fraction of a deep cycle battery. They also work with near 100% power until they need recharged. When a 12 bolt battery dropped below about 11 volts, you start having issues with livescope. When a fully charged 12 volt battery starts out so close to the minimum voltage allowed, you don't have to drop much before issues could arise from low voltage. I am going to use 5 or 6 amp hour Dewalt batteries initially because I already have the batteries. However, I already plan to upgrade to larger 12.0 amp hour Milwaukee batteries. You should be able to get just about an hour use for each amp hour.
I bought group 31 AGM deep cycle batteries from Sam's Club for my trolling motor. Those things are HEAVY. I am guessing they weigh about 80 pounds each. Avoiding adding another 80 pounds to the boat would be nice.

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I was wondering about wireing the Dewalt batteries up. I have the 20v-5ah for my 20 XR set.


And I've been doing a lot of research on Lithium deep cycle for the boat. I'm going to buy one for my troller as soon as this 31 Duracell deep cycle wet cell gives up the ghost. I've had it over 5 years now. Should be any day now. But it just don't wanna die.


If your running a 12v on your troller, Dakota Lythium has a deep cycle 160Ah now. Prices have been coming down on the deep cycle lithiums.
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I've been reading about it and a lot of guys are using them. My Garmin 8612 can use 10 volts to 32 volts DC. The Livescope is the same, however not all units are the same, so verify this before hooking it up. The 20 volt lithium batteries from power tools are smaller, take much less room and weigh a fraction of a deep cycle battery. They also work with near 100% power until they need recharged. When a 12 bolt battery dropped below about 11 volts, you start having issues with livescope. When a fully charged 12 volt battery starts out so close to the minimum voltage allowed, you don't have to drop much before issues could arise from low voltage. I am going to use 5 or 6 amp hour Dewalt batteries initially because I already have the batteries. However, I already plan to upgrade to larger 12.0 amp hour Milwaukee batteries. You should be able to get just about an hour use for each amp hour.
I bought group 31 AGM deep cycle batteries from Sam's Club for my trolling motor. Those things are HEAVY. I am guessing they weigh about 80 pounds each. Avoiding adding another 80 pounds to the boat would be nice.

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can you explain how you physically connect the battery. assume you don't modify the battery. do you alter the battery contacts?
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My goal is to hit a 3lb crappie for the wall this year. I yanked up a 3.2lb'er same time last year and got cocky thinking I could beat that one. So far I am struggling to get anything over 2lbs.
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can you explain how you physically connect the battery. assume you don't modify the battery. do you alter the battery contacts?
There are several brands, but something like these.

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My goal is to hit a 3lb crappie for the wall this year. I yanked up a 3.2lb'er same time last year and got cocky thinking I could beat that one. So far I am struggling to get anything over 2lbs.
3.2 pounds! You might not beat that the rest of your life. Where did you catch it?

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I was wondering about wireing the Dewalt batteries up. I have the 20v-5ah for my 20 XR set.


And I've been doing a lot of research on Lithium deep cycle for the boat. I'm going to buy one for my troller as soon as this 31 Duracell deep cycle wet cell gives up the ghost. I've had it over 5 years now. Should be any day now. But it just don't wanna die.


If your running a 12v on your troller, Dakota Lythium has a deep cycle 160Ah now. Prices have been coming down on the deep cycle lithiums.
I'm going to run these Duracell 31 AGM batteries until they die. Hopefully that will be in 5 years, like yours. By then, the lithium batteries should be much cheaper. Heck, they might even have solid state batteries by then.

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Any tips on when the spawn occurs this year will be greatly appreciated. Ill be fishing Livingston for the first time with fly. Catch them in the shallows with a small streamer. I have a sinking tip line ready.
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I have always been a bay fisherman. Do you all know a good crappie guide at sam Rayburn or toldeo bend? Would love to take my wife out fishing for some crappie. Never done it before. We have a deer camp near toledo we can stay at reason I mentioned those lakes. I heard they are good eating.
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3.2 pounds! You might not beat that the rest of your life. Where did you catch it?

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In my neighborhood retention pond! I kept hitting 2.1 -2.7lbers and said when I hit 3 its going on the wall. Then I hit a 3.2 and got greedy
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Nice. Let's see pics of your setup. My biggest advice is do not stare at the screen too long. Just cause you see them doesn't mean they will bite. Best move quickly to find aggressive fish. That 12 inch screen ought a look great!
Here you go. I still have one Dewalt battery to wire up, I'll going to the shop to do that in a few minutes.


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Here you go. I still have one Dewalt battery to wire up, I'll going to the shop to do that in a few minutes.


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I have the same pole fomy transducer I wonder if they have one a little longer

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... hey SFK... where you at?

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Saltwater: Very corrosive
Freshwater: It's not!

Saltwater: Can give you a virus that will kill you
Freshwater: No such thing

Saltwater: All the fish have big FN teeth
Freshwater: Small at best

Saltwater: You feel really nasty at the end of the day
Freshwater: Like a fresh spring day

Saltwater: When you Wade fish you have to shuffle your feet are you could get stabbed with a fish
Freshwater: This doesn't apply to freshwater

I hope this helps change your mind





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Saltwater: Very corrosive
Freshwater: It's not!

Saltwater: Can give you a virus that will kill you
Freshwater: No such thing

Saltwater: All the fish have big FN teeth
Freshwater: Small at best

Saltwater: You feel really nasty at the end of the day
Freshwater: Like a fresh spring day

Saltwater: When you Wade fish you have to shuffle your feet are you could get stabbed with a fish
Freshwater: This doesn't apply to freshwater

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Lol well played but...

Saltwater = bigger boats
Bigger boats= bigger boobies

I mean after all how often to you see chick that ain't 300lbs laid out on a pontoon

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in to learn from the pros again this year. planning on sinking some brush in my neighborhood lake soon. I have had good luck doing it in the past because the lake has very little natural cover. problem is, all these fancy electronics people run now, the days of having secret brush piles that are honey holes are over, haha.

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What would be a go-to minnow-replacement lure for a farm pond that is overrun with crappie? We usually fish my mom's place with minnows but she told me that the local bait shop went out of business.
I need to get 80-100 out of there.
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What would be a go-to minnow-replacement lure for a farm pond that is overrun with crappie? We usually fish my mom's place with minnows but she told me that the local bait shop went out of business.
I need to get 80-100 out of there.
I'll bring all of the minnow lures and be happy to help you out with that problem. Im not far away.
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I'll bring all of the minnow lures and be happy to help you out with that problem. Im not far away.
Haha she's actually in Alto but I'm hoping that three days and 6 fishermen will be enough. The pond is only 2-3 acres and they don't ever take out enough of them throughout the year.
In the winter though, once you find one, you seem to find them all. Maybe that's normal? I'm usually a saltwater fisherman so I've been learning freshwater over the last few years.
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Haha she's actually in Alto but I'm hoping that three days and 6 fishermen will be enough. The pond is only 2-3 acres and they don't ever take out enough of them throughout the year.
In the winter though, once you find one, you seem to find them all. Maybe that's normal? I'm usually a saltwater fisherman so I've been learning freshwater over the last few years.
I like the 2" triple ripple that Bass Pro makes in the pumpkin/chartruese assuming the pond is clear to moderately clear water. If it is dirty I would go with black and blue. 1/16 or 1/8 oz black jig head either way. Cheap and easy to get. You may have to buy the tails online as they dont always have that color in stock. Good luck and let me know if you need a professional to tag along. JK.
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Lol well played but...

Saltwater = bigger boats
Bigger boats= bigger boobies

I mean after all how often to you see chick that ain't 300lbs laid out on a pontoon

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What would be a go-to minnow-replacement lure for a farm pond that is overrun with crappie? We usually fish my mom's place with minnows but she told me that the local bait shop went out of business.
I need to get 80-100 out of there.
Any small jig 16th Oz or so black and chartreuse would be a great start

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Lol well played but...

Saltwater = bigger boats
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I mean after all how often to you see chick that ain't 300lbs laid out on a pontoon

And that trumps everything really


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Lol well played but...

Saltwater = bigger boats
Bigger boats= bigger boobies

I mean after all how often to you see chick that ain't 300lbs laid out on a pontoon

And that trumps everything really


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Old 01-12-2021, 05:11 PM   #44
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Apparently you have not been to Conroe you are wrong my friend

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Them Broaddus gala won’t turn him in! They like the attention more than his old azz does!! He might get something saltwater won’t scrub off though! Bring one more boobies if y’all gonna goon up this thread with ocean perch talk!
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Them Broaddus gala won’t turn him in! They like the attention more than his old azz does!! He might get something saltwater won’t scrub off though! Bring one more boobies if y’all gonna goon up this thread with ocean perch talk!
T he kind of girls that give you the clap so bad they called it Applause

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Who is this Chris guy you spoke of

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They come over here spreading hate. They're jealous of how organized we are in the crappie thread.

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Oh I goggles ol Chris now I know

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