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looking for good numbers decent size but most important is consistancy plan this spring might even get in 2 trips one southern and then a more northern one also if you have a lake to suggest please indicate best times for the crappie there ill need to plan about 2 weeks ahead ill be driving a pick up camper and pulling a small boat and canoe and taking float tubes and will be camping so suggestions on where to camp would help also

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On occasion I have caught a couple really nice crappies in the Pueblo Resv, including 12 and 13 inchers
last spring. Unfortunately I've never caught more than a couple at a time, and rarely in the same
place twice - very random. Jigs and wooly buggers catch them IF i can find them.

Sorry roadkill, I can't help with your question, I don't know any good spots.

But an equally good question is:

Does anybody know how the heck to find the crappies in Pueblo Resv ?

They are a blast to catch on light tackle.
 

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i hoping to work pueblo hard this year for the crappie but i want to take my mom on a trip this spring and crappie are her favorite so im looking for a place within a long days drive we can get into a mess of crappie for a couple days
 

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heck ya where do you think i learned!
 

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anyone have any info on lovewell res in north central kansas. might head there for the spring bite
 
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