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Old 06-03-2019, 07:05 PM   #401
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Old 06-05-2019, 12:18 PM   #402
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I have been using Nekid Tackle jig heads for all my crappie jigs. I talked to Ron Olguin this morning searching for some 3/8 oz heads with #4 sickle hooks and was happy to discover he not only offers the 3/8 oz but can pour 1/2 oz if someone wants them.
After getting a better understanding of everything they offer and his desire to build what fisherman and jig tiers are needing, I accepted a position on his pro staff.
Please let me know or contact Ron if you are searching for heavy heads to use with your livescope.
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Old 06-05-2019, 12:20 PM   #403
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Very nice Buff

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Old 06-05-2019, 01:02 PM   #404
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A few from Richland Chambers yesterday
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Old 06-05-2019, 01:53 PM   #405
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A few from Richland Chambers yesterday
Which end of the lake? My sister lives way up on the north end and I told her she'd probably have to travel down south east to find a mess like this. I don't know the lake at all.

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Old 06-05-2019, 02:01 PM   #406
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Good deal chief! They flipped our tourney to there next weekend because of Roberts being 5' high and most the ramps closed.


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I saw that. We were in the Richland arm. 12-20 FOW submerged and standing timber using Livescope. Find a few, catch a few and move on. Never found anything loaded up. Lots of smaller fish and yellow bass. Livescope was a plus not fishing structure that wasn't holding fish.

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Old 06-05-2019, 05:12 PM   #408
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[QUOTE=bakin7005;14182872]Which end of the lake? My sister lives way up on the north end and I told her she'd probably have to travel down south east to find a mess like this. I don't know the lake at

We were in the Richland arm. 12-20 FOW submerged and standing timber using Livescope. Find a few, catch a few and move on. Never found anything loaded up. Lots of smaller fish and yellow bass.
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Old 06-06-2019, 07:32 PM   #409
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My buddy Charles brought a couple of fine you fellows along for a scouting trip for a paid trip tomorrow. The fish had moved off the brush and we found them in standing timber in 30’ of water right in the top of the trees. The boys hammered fish all afternoon.
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Old 06-07-2019, 08:53 AM   #410
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Love them big ol white crappie! Hopefully have a cooler this afternoon if I can get work out the way first!!


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We FINALLY got together with Slew for a crappie trip that he donated and I won in a raffle and it was an absolutely great trip! Slew’s boat is set up perfectly for crappie fishing and he did a great job teaching my son how to fish using the Garmin Livescan. It took me most of the first hour to learn where and what I was looking at and it was a really cool, new way to fish. If you get a chance to fish with Livescan (or even better with Todd and his Livescan) jump on it! You could pitch a 1/8 oz jig out and watch it fall to the crappie suspended in timber and target individual fish out of a school. We started throwing fish back after about 2.5 hours because the 45 quart cooler wouldn’t hold anymore fish!



It was the most fun I have had fishing in a long time and my son enjoyed it even more than me.


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Congrats on the cooler full! Slew is a good feller.




Was it a Livescan? Or LiveScope?
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Old 06-08-2019, 04:40 PM   #413
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LOL, just reread my post and I guess I was combining Side scan with Livescope...I know better. Must have been having an overheated moment. I have been outside working in the mud and humidity and must have had a dain bramage!
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That's understandable . And part of the reason I don't fish in the heat anymore. I've lost enough of my mind as it is.
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Old 06-08-2019, 05:05 PM   #415
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Yup, they are biting...limit from the kayak.
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Old 06-08-2019, 05:10 PM   #416
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Got my azz woop on Conroe had 7

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Old 06-08-2019, 06:19 PM   #417
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Old 06-08-2019, 06:20 PM   #418
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I had Brooklee and Derrick on the new boat this morning and as neither had ever crappie fished before we had a little bit of a learning curve. We still ended up with a fine mess of fish. We caught them in 15 foot of water on gray jigs.

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Old 06-08-2019, 06:23 PM   #419
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Fine mess of fish Ladies and Gents!
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Old 06-08-2019, 06:57 PM   #420
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Pm me next your going and I will drop you some pins on some timber we always catch em on
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Old 06-08-2019, 07:08 PM   #421
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Old 06-09-2019, 12:53 PM   #422
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We caught a good mess of crappie on RC yesterday. Brush piles and bridge on jigs and minnows.


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Good mess o fish Katch66!
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Old 06-09-2019, 05:09 PM   #424
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I carried Patrick to Sandlin Friday and we had a great trip. On the ride home he mentioned that even though we had slammed the fish, he wished we had went to LOP as he really wanted to learn to fish the lake in the summer time.
My Sunday trip canceled so I gave him a call for a free trip to show him how we get it done. It took a little while to find the pattern but when we did, we put 44 fish in the boat in a couple of hours. Fish caught in 30 to 40 foot of water on standing timber. Little gray jig tied on a Nekid tackle head with a red tail was the bait of choice. The smaller I can tie them the better they seem to work.
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I carried Patrick to Sandlin Friday and we had a great trip. On the ride home he mentioned that even though we had slammed the fish, he wished we had went to LOP as he really wanted to learn to fish the lake in the summer time.
My Sunday trip canceled so I gave him a call for a free trip to show him how we get it done. It took a little while to find the pattern but when we did, we put 44 fish in the boat in a couple of hours. Fish caught in 30 to 40 foot of water on standing timber. Little gray jig tied on a Nekid tackle head with a red tail was the bait of choice. The smaller I can tie them the better they seem to work.
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Heck yeah Buff! Yall gettin it done! How do you like that nautic star compared to your skeeter?

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Old 06-09-2019, 05:44 PM   #426
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Finally got time to hit BP yesterday- my son and I had to break out the clicker



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Congrats, what unit/transducer are you running of you dont mind sharing?
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Dock pilings?
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Looks like deep water timber
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Congrats, what unit/transducer are you running of you dont mind sharing?


Itís a garmin echomap plus 93sv, Iíll have to look at the transducer, but I know itís not the HD one that just came out.
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Heck yeah Buff! Yall gettin it done! How do you like that nautic star compared to your skeeter?
Skeeter makes a fine boat but I love the NarticStar
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Itís a garmin echomap plus 93sv, Iíll have to look at the transducer, but I know itís not the HD one that just came out.
No worries most likely the same setup I have. You're screenshot just looked similar. I'm still trying to decide if I'm happy with the garmin or I should've went humminbird. One trip I love it the next trip seems like a different unit altogether.
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Had to finesse fhen today but once we figure it out it took 2 hours and 20 minutes to box 59 good fish.



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Looks like a great day slew.

The fish are biting, and there's hogs to be kilt. Gotta go!
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Hell! 50. Can't see my screen in the sun!!


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Old 06-12-2019, 05:07 PM   #438
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Wow I need to get me some crappie now! Any good spots?
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Wow I need to get me some crappie now! Any good spots?
Rayburn is good and so is Conroe which is close to you. They are both good spots
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What an awesome day on the water!! Slew is a badazz. He can catch crappie in a pothole. Hereís a pic of him pulling one up out of the timber. You can see the **** fins on the fish. Livescope is amazing!!




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Slew is the man when it comes to catching crappie
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Old 06-12-2019, 08:27 PM   #442
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Caught a limit today on my favorite lake

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He sk did you kill radar?

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I carried Patrick to Sandlin Friday and we had a great trip. On the ride home he mentioned that even though we had slammed the fish, he wished we had went to LOP as he really wanted to learn to fish the lake in the summer time.
My Sunday trip canceled so I gave him a call for a free trip to show him how we get it done. It took a little while to find the pattern but when we did, we put 44 fish in the boat in a couple of hours. Fish caught in 30 to 40 foot of water on standing timber. Little gray jig tied on a Nekid tackle head with a red tail was the bait of choice. The smaller I can tie them the better they seem to work.
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Buff, you have inspired my son to start making crappie jigs lol. He tied several today for me to take to Rayburn this weekend. He even went to the neighborhood pond to try one out. They seem to work
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Buff, you have inspired my son to start making crappie jigs lol. He tied several today for me to take to Rayburn this weekend. He even went to the neighborhood pond to try one out. They seem to work
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Buff, you have inspired my son to start making crappie jigs lol. He tied several today for me to take to Rayburn this weekend. He even went to the neighborhood pond to try one out. They seem to work
Well that just makes my day....
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Buff, you have inspired my son to start making crappie jigs lol. He tied several today for me to take to Rayburn this weekend. He even went to the neighborhood pond to try one out. They seem to work

That's cool!! I'm about to dive off into that myself I'm afraid!!!


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Well he is plum addicted now(thanks Buff). He spent all day(on his day off) tying jigs and trying different color pattern's. I think he has some that will definitely work. he made all these today lol.
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