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  • My Biggest Black Crappie from High Rock lake 2.9

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    Caught this 2lb-9oz Black Crappie several years ago at High Rock lake...The old Granny's Bait and Tackle had a Contest going at the time and I won $1200 late in the season with this Crappie...By far the Biggest Crappie I have ever caught.
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    nice
    Thats a nice crappie.I think those black crappie are beautiful fish.I've caught some big ones at Lake James and Jordan Lake,but none that big.Have you ever fished Jordan?Its supposed to be one of the best crappie lakes around.I usually go in the spring for 3 or 4 days.
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    Jordan
    Fished Jordan years ago in a Bass tournament with a Salesman from my work...It rained and I mean a Turd Floater!!! I thought the Boat was gonna sink!! But No I have never Crappie Fished there but have heard alot of Good Things about the Crappie Fishing there.
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    Double Slab
    Thats a nice one. But im working on 4 lbs now. After catching this 3 lbs 14 oz SLAB this past Feb 2011
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    Nice
    Thats a Slab alright...Private Pond? or where?...We had a 4.11 caught from our lake a few years ago but even yours looks bigger...I'll be looking for your 4lb Post
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    Huge Fish
    Man that is a huge fish.I have never seen a crappie that big.
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    lake
    Yea Me and buddy got 2 over 3 lbs last yr. His was 3 lbs 3 oz. We only us crappie jigs nothing live. Here's a few we caught this past weeken. 2 lbs 3 oz 1 lbs 9 if pics works still trying to fig out this web site
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    crappie
    Those are some nice crappie.You've got me wanting to hook the boat up and head to the lake,lol.I'm sure you had a big fish fry when you got them home.Welcome to the site.
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    NICE!!!
    I see where you Got your screen Name Now LOL...You could get 'Double Slabs' off of Crappie that size...Are these Pond Fish?
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    The Big 1
    The 2, 3 pounders where caught at Lake Wheeler. The other at My Honey Hole lol Knightdale, its a lake 17 acrs of water
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