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Crappie, Black....(Pomoxis nigromaculatus)

Discussion in 'Fish Reference Photos' started by kbauman, Sep 23, 2006.

  1. Re: Black Crappie (Tank shots and out of water)

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  2. light

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    Josh, Great photos! Will be using them in the near future. Thanks a bunch
     

  3. Clew

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    Holy cow

    You do give use some of the best reference photos I have seen
    Thank you

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  4. 7-Point

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    Black Crappie Reference: very up close!

    Caught this one early this year, decided to mount it, so I took lots of pics, hope these help you, they will me.
     

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    ;) THANKS FOR SHARING
     
  13. Again...these crappie are from my father-in-laws pond in Kansas. I caught a few monsters 3 years ago but he didn't think they propagated....he was wrong. A few months ago my family was there and when I fished the deeper water I started catching a lot of young of the year crappie. After about 30 or so I tagged a monster.....then another monster. Then a few hours later one more big one. The biggest one of these was 17.5 inches....weighed 3 lbs.. The big ones were all in the 14-17 inche category.....biggest crappie I have ever caught....kept a few and they were quite tasty too......

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  14. Perca

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    Magnificent pics!! Those photos show exactly why black crappies are HANDS DOWN the most difficult of all freshwater fish to paint accurately.
     
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