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JoeSlab

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Hit Ray Rob a couple days chasing sand bass. Found a lot of fish both day's some would eat others had lock jaw. Had a birds working mid morning both days. Lots of short fish but plenty of magnum size sandies in the mix. Fish are fat and healthy. I used Axmans slabs and found that big open water crappie love them as much as as the sand bass. Caught 8 total all good keepers. This one is a 15 inch pig. Thanks Joe Axman.[smile]

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A buddy of mine luvs to catch deep open water Winter Time Crappie at Lake Fork.
I've gone with a couple of times in Dec. & Jan., I remember them being really dialed in at a particular depth.
We marked our line with Sharpies, even hand lined some in so we'd "mark" and maintain the exact depth that wqs working.

I really like that color slab, day-in and day-out that's a combination that's hard to beat.

That's some nice ones for sure, Good Job !!!

Appreciate the Reports.[thumb]

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Thanks Dennis. Once water temp drops in the lower 50s i like to vertical fish and put it in their face.
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Good report Joe. Still lookin' to get over and see your deadstickin' technique when water temp reaches that magic number.
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