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I thought they wanted all the crappie caught kept on Fork? I thought that's what Buster Loving told me, regardless of size you had to keep all crappie. May be there was a limit. He talked like there were so many in Fork that they were considered a nuisance- by the bass fishermen I bet! I wish they were a nuisance in a lake alittle closer to Branson!!!

Here is what I found on the TX fish reg site about crappie:

"During the months of December, January and February, there is no minimum length limit on crappie. Daily bag is 25 in any combination of black and white crappie, and all crappie caught must be retained (culling is not permitted.). In other months, crappie are subject to a 10-inch minimum length limit and a daily bag of 25."

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Come on SKMO, where's your priorities man? Do you have any pics of the saw incident?

SIO3.

I takes pictures of fishes if 'n when I can catch 'em. Always too busy stopping bleeding on myself to grab the camera when I have damaged myself.

The saw incident was pretty memorable. I had snapped 1" off the tip off on the sawzall so it was pretty squared off and jagged. I was holding it alongside my leg (not running) and it slipped from my sweaty hand, entering my leg at the lower calf just above and behind the ankle bone thing that sticks out and traveling downward till it met resistance at the concrete. 9 stitches. Blood galore. Pain ... you betcha. Probably took 2 months to heal as it kept splitting open on my ankle bone.

This all done I might add carving a cedar log for Babler's sign at his B&B. Good-by profit, hello insurance deductable.

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I have fished fork ,lewisville,conroe and some others in tx. but if you want to get into some real big crappie in large numbers then ray roberts cannot be beat.{6 years ago we were catching them 17/18 inches as fast as you could throw bait to em} unfortunately 8 hrs. away. It is a very nice, new fishery that they think one day will surpass lake fork in record big bass.

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