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Thanks guys...........I used to enjoy fishing for crappie right after ice out up on the Muscoot Res...........I think those Res. Crappie are going to enjoy a "hook free" spawn this year.

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Striper77 wrote:

Almost any pond out in Suffolk holds some crappie?.
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Striper77,

That is true! Just wondering? can you tell me which lakes does not hold an abundance of crappie. ;)

Ronkonkoma, Wildwood, Fort Pond etc?. Anybody wanna try this? :)

"Crazy" Alberto
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I have fished crappie in the Wantagh twin lakes a few times in the last two weeks. Other than one decent fish, everything else was small, but they were quite active and I had a few fish each time. Over the years I have had some nice sized ones there, especially in the lower lake.
 
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