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I was wondering if anyone has been to brush hollow lately is there any cover still under water, I wanted to try for some fall crappies. For that matter anyone been there since the firewood clean up? Did they leave any cover?
If not is there any other lakes that have a good crappie population, good cover, and a shad population that they would be feeding on?
I've only caught 1 Crappie this year and was thinking I should try to catch a mess of them while they are feeding, getting ready for the ice.
 

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Try some of the local lakes. I've had a little luck with some really nice slabs. Hit and miss some guys say. Do your research and I'm sure you'll find them. I can't tell you which lake, I promised.
 

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brush hollow has cover going way out couple years ago when it got really low i could still see some log piles just sticking up, havent been by there for a while, but im running to pueblo this afternoon or early tomarow so ill stop and snap a pick from the dam for ya
 

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ive been wondering the same thing. I will probably make the trip soon down there. I was killing some time at Quail lake before heading home, and the guy on the dock (farther dock from parking lot) with me was catching small crappie. He was using a white tube jig about 1.5 inches under a bubble. It was about 5 feet under the bubble. Not real big but he was catching them
 
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