Posted by Smallie on March 15, 2002 at 16:25:34:
In Reply to: Crappie Theories posted by Billy on March 15, 2002 at 15:42:11:
Most of the time, there is a pretty decent amount
of current flowing under bridges. Pay attention closely the next time you are under one of these
bridges and you'll notice this. I suppose the reason for this is that the creek or tributary
usually narrows down severely at these bridges. I
think the current attracts baitfish, and in turn
attracts the gamefish(crappie, bass, shad, etc.).
Plus, there is usually relatively deep water under these bridges, so the crappie have erverything they need right there--food, cover,
and deeper water.
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