Summer Crappie Techniques

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♪ ♪>> WELL, HELLO, AND WELCOME TO “OUTDOOR OKLAHOMA. “I’M TODD CRAIGHEAD. WE’RE BLESSED TO HAVE A LOT OF GREAT LAKES
ACROSS OUR STATEAND OVER THE SUMMER MONTHS PEOPLE FLOCK TO
THEMFOR VARIOUS REASONS, WHETHER THAT BE FOR THE
GREAT BOATINGOR SWIMMING OR CAMPING WITH THE FAMILY. WELL, I’LL BE THE FIRST TO ADMIT
THAT I’M KIND OF A FAIR WEATHER FISHERMAN,AND DURING THE HOTTEST DOG DAYS OF THE SUMMER,
WELL, I USE THAT AS AN EXCUSE TO KIND OF STAYINSIDE. MAYBE YOU’RE THINKING THE SAME THING TOO,
BUT TRUTH BE KNOWN IF YOU KNOW WHAT YOU’REDOING
THERE’S A LOT OF GREAT, FANTASTIC CRAPPIEFISHING
TO BE HAD DURING THE HOTTEST DAYS OF THE SUMMER,AND AFTER TODAY MAYBE WE’LL MAKE A BELIEVER
OUT OF YOU AS WELL. >> SERIOUS HEAT, SOMETHING WE CANNOT LAUGH
ATTHIS TIME OF YEAR. SOME PEOPLE WANT IT HOT JUST TO BE ABLE TO
GO TO THE LAKE,GO DO SOMETHING FUN FOR SUMMER. >> TEMPERATURE’S AROUND 100, HEAT INDEX IS
105, 110. >> IT IS VERY, VERY HOT. IT IS DANGEROUSLY HOT AND IT’S GOING TO STAY
THAT WAYINTO THE DAY. >> WE HAVE DISCOVERED OVER THE YEARS THAT
THIS IS ONE OFTHE BEST TIMES OF YEAR TO FISH. >> IT’S GOING TO BE A VERY HOT DAY TODAY. THE HEAT INDEX WILL MAKE IT FEEL LIKE IT’S
ABOUT 107,SO IT’S NOT FUN OUTSIDE. >> NO, THERE’S NOTHING ENJOYABLE. I DON’T EVEN KNOW IF I’D BE GETTING IN MY
POOL TODAY. >> IT WAS BRUTAL. NOW, THIS IS SOME OF THE WORST THAT WE’VE
SEEN ALL YEAR LONG,>> BUT RIGHT NOW WHEN IT’S REALLY HOT YOU
TRY TO FIND A WAYTO GET AWAY FROM THIS. >> THIS IS ABOUT AS DANGEROUS AND AS BAD AS
IT EVER GETSIN EASTERN OKLAHOMA. >> WE’RE IN TRIPLE-DIGIT WEATHER THE LAST
SEVEN DAYS, PROBABLY. 105 IN THE SHADE. >> POSSIBLY UP TO 113 DEGREES. >> I KNOW THE THOUGHT FOR MOST PEOPLE IS IT’S
SO HOTI DON’T WANT TO GET OUT IN IT
AND IF I DO GET OUT IN IT I’M NOT GOING TOCATCH ANYTHING. THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST TIMES OF THE YEAR
TO FISH. ♪ ♪WELL, WE JUST PULLED UP TO THIS BRUSH PILE. AND WE’VE ALREADY CAUGHT THREE. IN THE SUMMERTIME THESE FISH THEY GET AROUND
THESEBRUSH PILES AND STRUCTURE BECAUSE OF THE SHADE
AND OBVIOUSLY THERE’S A LOT OF BAIT FISH INTHIS AREA,
SO WE’VE JUST HAD THE SHAD SPAWN. WE’RE USING MINNOWS TO KIND OF MIMIC THAT. OF ALL THE SHAD THAT ARE HERE. WE’RE OUT ON LAKE EUFAULA. IT’S THE DEAD OF THE SUMMER. WE’VE HAD A COUPLE DAYS IN THE HUNDREDS BUT
IT’S BEEN INTHE UPPER 90s FOR THE LAST SEVERAL DAYS
AND WE WANTED TO TALK ABOUT TODAY THE SUMMERTIMECRAPPIE
FISHING PATTERN. AND WE WENT OUT THIS MORNING AND WE DROP SHOTTED
MINNOWSIN ABOUT SIX TO EIGHT FOOT OF WATER,
AND THE REASON WE CHOSE THAT IS THE THERMOCLINEIS SET UP
IN THE MAIN LAKE AT ABOUT EIGHT OR TEN FEET,AND ALL THE FISH ARE GOING TO BE ABOVE THAT. >> THE THERMOCLINE IS WHERE THE OXYGEN IN
THE WATERIS DISBURSED INTO ONE DEPTH OF THE WATER COLUMN. SO TODAY IT WAS ABOUT TEN FEET. IT’S WHERE ALL THE FISH HAVE TO LIVE BECAUSE
OF THE OXYGEN. NOT ONLY IS THE THERMOCLINE GREAT FOR SUMMERTIME
FISHINGBUT THE BAIT FISH — THE BAIT FISH ARE THERE,
THERMOCLINE’S GOOD AND THE CRAPPIE ARE SOONTO FOLLOW. >> THAT’S A GOOD PROBABLY 10-INCH FISH RIGHT
THERE. GOOD EATIN’ FISH. >> FOR US, AS CRAPPIE FISHERMEN IT DOESN’T
MAKE A LOT OF SENSETHAT THE THERMOCLINE WOULD BE THAT SHALLOW,
BUT IN SHALLOWER WATER LAKES FISH GET USEDTO LIVING SHALLOW,
AND SO THEY SPEND MOST OF THEIR LIFE SHALLOW. THE DEEPEST THEY’LL BE AT ANY TIME OF THE
YEARIS IN THE WINTERTIME WHEN THE OXYGEN IS DISBURSED
THROUGH THE WATER COLUMN. >> ANOTHER SMALL FISH. >> THAT WIND. >> THAT WIND’S BLOWING HARDER TODAY
THAN IT’S BEEN ANY DAY I’VE BEEN OUT HERE. >> TROLL THE MOTOR THERE. >> LITTLE BIT BETTER FISH. >> WE HAVE A BRUSH PILE IN THE RIGHT PLACE
RIGHT NOWAND THE FISH LOVE IT. I MEAN, IT’S JUST RIGHT. THE BAIT FISH ARE THERE, IT’S ON THE RIGHT
FLAT. THE CHANNEL’S NOT TOO FAR OFF. WE COULD HAVE IDLED OUT FROM THAT BRUSH PILE
OUT INTO THE CHANNEL AND YOU WOULD HAVE SEENFISH
JUST SCATTERED ALL OVER THE PLACE. THEY MOVE IN, THEY MOVE OUT OF THAT BRUSH
PILEJUST BECAUSE OF THE SHAD, AND THEY GET ACTIVE. >> WE PULLED UP ON THIS BRUSH PILE RIGHT HERE
AND I THINK WE’VE ALREADY CAUGHT EIGHT ORTEN
IN THE LAST FIVE MINUTES. A LOT OF THESE FISH THIS TIME OF YEAR THEY’RE
MIXED IN. WE’LL BE FISHING IT PROBABLY 30 MINUTES HERE
AND ALL OF A SUDDEN WE’LL CATCH A BIG ONE,BUT MOST OF THEM ARE ABOUT 10-INCH FISH,
GOOD EATING FISH, NINE TO TEN INCHES AND THEY’RETHE BEST
TO EAT, I THINK. THE MOMENT WE DROPPED THAT FIRST MINNOW DOWN
THEREI MEAN IT WAS ACTION,
AND IT’S JUST CATCHING FISH SOMETIMESAND A LOT OF PEOPLE LOVE TO CATCH FISH. NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE LIKE TO FISH FOR THEM. >> DID YOU FLIP THAT MINNOW OFF OF THERE?DID YOU FLIP HIM OFF?>> WE’RE IN TRIPLE-DIGIT WEATHER THE LAST
SEVEN DAYS,PROBABLY, 105 IN THE SHADE. WE DON’T WANT TO BE OUT THERE DURING —
WHEN IT’S 105 IN THE SHADE. WE WANT TO BE OUT THERE IN THE MORNING. >> YOU JUST HAVE TO BE SMART ABOUT IT. WE USUALLY TRY TO GO AT DAYLIGHT
AND WE TRY TO GET OFF THE WATER AT NOON. WE TAKE PLENTY OF ICE CHESTS, PLENTY OF ICE,
RAGS TO KEEP YOU COOL,BECAUSE WE DON’T EVER LEAVE THE BANK WITHOUT
PLENTYOF WATER, PLENTY OF OTHER FLUIDS, GATORADE,
AND STUFF LIKE THAT WITH US,AND THEN WE TRY TO BE OFF THE WATER,
NO MATTER HOW GOOD THE FISHING IS, WE HAVEA TIMEFRAME. IT GETS 100 DEGREES, WE TRY TO BE OFF THE
WATER BY NOON. >> BUT THE STABILITY OF THE LAKE, THE FISH
JUST PATTERNSO EASY, AND ONCE YOU FIND THEM,
UNLESS WE HAVE WEATHER THAT HAPPENS,IT DOESN’T CHANGE THEIR PATTERN. THEY’RE GOING TO BE THERE UNTIL THE TEMPERATURE
STARTS TO DROP. >> THE FISH CAN’T MOVE DEEP IN THE SUMMERTIME. BECAUSE OF THE THERMOCLINE, THEY HAVE TO BE
SHALLOW. SO WE’VE ESTABLISHED THOSE PATTERNS OVER THE
YEARSAND IT IS ONE OF OUR FAVORITE TIMES TO FISH. >> AND THAT PATTERN STAYS FOR A LONG TIME
UNTILONE, THE WEATHER CHANGES;
AND TWO, THE BAIT FISH, THEY MOVE. SO DOG DAYS OF SUMMER,
WE’VE COME OFF A LOT OF DIFFERENT HATCHES. THE THREADFIN SHAD HATCH, MINNOW HATCH, FRY
HATCH,ALL THAT WERE SPAWNING IN THE SPRING
AND EVEN THE MAYFLY HATCH, ALL THE LARVAE,ALL THE DRAGONFLY HATCH, ALL OF THAT STUFF
THE CRAPPIE,THEY LOVE TO FEED ON. >> MAN, THOSE ARE JUST GOOD —
JUST QUALITY EATING FISH. >> GOOD QUALITY EATING FISH. >> LORD, THANK YOU FOR THE WIND. >> AMEN. WE LIKE TO HAVE WIND ESPECIALLY AS HOT AS
IT’S BEEN,WE’VE HAD MULTIPLE 100-DEGREE DAYS. IF YOU CAN GET SOME BREEZE BLOWING ON THE
LAKE EARLYIT’S GOING TO BE A GOOD MORNING. THE FISH BITE BETTER TOO. THEY’RE NOT AS SPOOKY. >> BETTER FISH. >> THERE’S WHAT WE CAME FOR. >> BETTER FISH. >> THAT’S A GOOD FISH BRIAN’S GOT. >> THAT’S A GOOD FISH RIGHT HERE. EVERY NOW AND THEN WE’LL CATCH ‘EM, THAT’S
PROBABLYA 12 TO 13-INCH FISH, PROBABLY A GOOD POUND
WEIGHT. THAT’S GOOD BRUSH PILE FISH FOR THE SUMMERTIME. ♪ ♪>> THIS IS ABOUT A POUND FISH RIGHT THERE. WILL YOU THROW THAT ONE IN THERE?>> YEAH. >> JUST GONNA KEEP A FEW OF THE BIGGER ONES
TODAY. >> THAT’S AN EVEN BETTER FISH. >> GOOD FISH RIGHT THERE. THAT’S A GOOD FISH. >> NOT JUST STRICTLY EUFAULA. WE’VE TRIED THIS PATTERN ON VARIOUS LAKES
IN OKLAHOMA. THE THING THAT CHANGES THE DEPTH AND THE THERMOCLINE
ISTHE WATER CLARITY AND HOW DEEP THE PART OF
THE LAKETHAT YOU’RE FISHING IS. YOU GO IN A CREEK THEY’RE SHALLOW, USUALLY,
BECAUSE THERE’S NOT MUCH WATER IN THERE. YOU GO TO BROKEN BOW, YOU GO TO TENKILLER,
THEY’RE DEEPER. WATER’S CLEARER, ROCKY, A LOT DEEPER. YOU’RE GONNA CATCH THEM DEEPER. WE’VE FISHED AT OOLOGAH, FORT GIBSON, KAW,
KERR,LOTS OF LAKES IN EASTERN OKLAHOMA
THAT THIS PATTERN IS REALLY, REALLY GOOD. >> I LIVE ON OOLOGAH LAKE. BRIAN’S JUST A GREAT FRIEND OF MINE
AND WE FISH TOGETHER QUITE A BIT. THIS PATTERN IS WORKING IDENTICAL ON OOLOGAH
RIGHT NOW. FOR THOSE OF YOU THAT SAY, HEY, I DON’T WANT
TO TRAVELTO LAKE EUFAULA,
THIS COULD BE A PATTERN YOU NEED TO TRY ONYOUR LAKE. THE WHOLE KEY TO THIS PATTERN IS TO UNDERSTAND
THE THERMOCLINESETS UP, YOUR LOCATOR WILL SHOW YOU THE THERMOCLINE. WHATEVER LAKE YOU’RE ON, WHEN YOU ESTABLISH
THE THERMOCLINEYOU HAVE TO FISH ABOVE THE THERMOCLINE. >> MOST PEOPLE IN THE SPRING GO GET A FLOATING
MINNOW BUCKETAND THEY PUT IT BESIDE THEIR BOAT IN THE LAKE. IN THE SUMMERTIME YOU CAN’T DO THAT BECAUSE
THE WATER TEMPGETS ABOVE 85 DEGREES WHEN THE THERMOCLINE
DEVELOPSAND THE SURFACE TEMP IS WAY TO HOT TO KEEP
THE MINNOWS ALIVE,SO WHAT WE DO IS WE GO TO —
AND I WENT TO BASS PRO AND GOT THIS COOLERAND IT’S STRICTLY A BAIT FISH COOLER. NOW, YOU DON’T HAVE TO GO TO BASS PRO AND
GET A COOLERFOR BAIT FISH, YOU CAN USE AN ICE CHEST AT
THE DOLLAR STORE. WHAT WE DO IS WE DRILL A HOLE RIGHT HERE
WHERE WE CAN RUN OUR AIR HOSE FROM OUR BUBBLEBOX. BUBBLE BOX IS PROBABLY $10 AT WALMART,
AND WE FILL IT UP ABOUT HALF-WAY FULL OF WATERAND WE PUT ICE IN THERE TO COOL THE WATER
OFF. SO WE TRY TO MAKE THE WATER ABOUT 10 DEGREES
COLDERSO THIS WATER IN HERE RIGHT NOW IS PROBABLY
BETWEEN 70 AND 75 DEGREES. IT MAKES THOSE MINNOWS REAL FRISKY, REAL LIVELY,
AND WE PUT THEM DOWN THERE, THE CRAPPIE LOVETHEM. SO THAT’S KIND OF A LITTLE BIT ABOUT KEEPING
YOUR MINNOWS ALIVEIN THE SUMMER. DOUG AND I, WE DO IT ALL THE TIME JUST BECAUSE
THIS COOLERRIGHT HERE HAS GOT A LID AND IT’S GOT LATCHES,
SO WHEN YOU’RE RUNNING ACROSS THE LAKEAND YOU’RE IN ROUGH WATER
IT DOESN’T GET YOU ALL WET AND NASTYWITH MINNOW WATER AND ALL THAT GOOD STUFF,
SO JUST A LITTLE BIT ABOUT KEEPING YOUR MINNOWSALIVE. AS FAR AS THE SIZE OF THE MINNOWS,
WE LIKE TO GET A MEDIUM SIZE MINNOW,WHICH IS ABOUT 2-1/2 TO 3 INCHES LONG. MOST OF THESE ARE THE SAME SIZE AND IT’S KIND
OF MATCHINGTHE FRY THAT’S OUT THERE RIGHT NOW. THEY’RE ALL ABOUT THAT SIZE. >> TWO WAYS YOU HOOK THEM. YOU HOOK THEM RIGHT THROUGH THE LIPS,
THROUGH THE BOTTOM OF THE LIP, THROUGH THEKISSER. THAT’S WHY WE MOVE IT AROUND, WE WANT THAT
MINNOWTO BE ABLE TO SWIM AROUND AND LOOK LIVELY. YOU HOOK THEM THAT WAY OR ANOTHER WAY WE CAN
HOOK THEM –SOME PEOPLE IT’S THEIR FAVORITE WAY —
RIGHT BEHIND THE DORSAL FIN, LIKE THAT. LOOK LIKE HE’S TRYING TO GET AWAY. >> OH, COULD HAVE HAD A DOUBLE. I HAD ONE ON TOO. THERE’S — OH!A 12-INCH FISH. LOST MY HOOK. THAT SIX-POUND LINE WENT THROUGH THAT EYE
OF THAT EAGLE CLAW HOOK. IT’S ABOUT A 12-INCH FISH RIGHT THERE. >> DROP SHOTTING IS WE USE A BELL SINKER. WE PUT IT ON THE BOTTOM,
AND WE PUT THE HOOK ABOUT A FOOT ABOVE. WE TIE A LOOP KNOT AND PUT THE HOOK ABOUT
A FOOT ABOVETHE BELL SINKER. THE IDEA IS THAT YOU GET HUNG UP LESS. THE BELL SINKER IS KIND OF OUR GAUGE TO KNOW
THATWE’RE TOUCHING THE BRUSH. IF WE’RE TOUCHING THE BRUSH WITH THE BELL
SINKER,THE HOOK’S GOING TO BE ABOUT A FOOT ABOVE
THE BRUSH. THE FISH WILL COME OUT OF THE BRUSH, OR MOST
OF THE TIMETHEY’RE SITTING RIGHT ON TOP OF THE BRUSH. THAT’S THE TECHNIQUE WE USE. TODAY WE USE LONG RODS, ABOUT 10-FOOT LONG. IF THE WATER IS 10-FOOT OR LESS WE LIKE TO
USE THE LONG RODWHERE THERE’S NO REELING. YOU SET THE HOOK AND YOU PULL THE FISH IN
THE BOATWITH ONE MOTION. >> TRADITIONALLY WHEN I GREW UP WE ALWAYS
PUT THE MINNOWON THE BOTTOM AND THE SPLIT SHOT OR SOMETHING
ON TOP. DOING THIS KIND OF TECHNIQUE YOU WOULD GET
HUNG UP A LOT MOREWITH THE HOOK BEING ON THE BOTTOM. >> TAKE A HOOK, THAT EAGLE CLAW HOOK, TRU-TURN
HOOK,THIS IS A 231, BUY IT AT WALMART. YOU CAN GET A PACK OF 40 FOR ABOUT $2. 50,
AND THEN WE HAVE JUST A BELL SINKER,YOU ALSO GET AT WALMART, PACKAGE OF THEM,
AND WE USE A QUARTER-OUNCE WEIGHT. WE DON’T LIKE TO GO REAL LIGHT BECAUSE IF
YOU ARE IN BRUSHYOU WANT TO BE ABLE TO DROP THAT WEIGHT AND
UNHANG THAT HOOK,SO EVEN IN SOME OF THE BUSHIEST TREES YOU
CAN FISH THIS RIGTHROUGH THOSE BUSHY TREES AND NOT GET HUNG
UP. AND EVEN YOU CAN FISH A LITTLE BIT HEAVIER
JIGIF YOU LIKE A LITTLE MORE WEIGHT AND IT’S
WINDY,YOU CAN GO TO EVEN HALF-OUNCE SINKER,
AND WE DO THAT SOMETIMES,BUT I’M GONNA TAKE THE HOOK AND I’M GOING
TO SLIDE ITON THE LINE JUST LIKE THAT,
AND I’M GOING TO TAKE THE WEIGHTAND I’M ALSO GONNA PUT IT ON THE BOTTOM,
SO I’VE GOT THE WEIGHT ON THE BOTTOM, THEHOOK UP TOP. I’M GOING TO SLIDE THAT ON THE LINE AND I’M
GOING TO TIEA LOOP KNOT ON THE WEIGHT,
SO I GOT BOTH LINES IN MY HAND AND I’M GOINGTO WRAP IT
AROUND MY THREE FINGERS AND I’M GOING TO MOVETHAT FINGER, OK?NOW I’VE JUST MADE A LOOP WITH BOTH LINES. I’M GOING TO GO IN AND OUT OF THAT LOOP — ONE,
TWO, THREE. STICK MY FINGER IN THERE AND PULL THE KNOT
RIGHT TO MY FINGERAND I’M GOING TO PULL IT TIGHT, OK?TAKE SOME SCISSORS, I’M GOING TO CUT THE EXCESS
OFF RIGHT THEREAND I WANT, WHEN WE’RE DROP SHOTTING,
I LIKE FOR IT TO BE 12 INCHES AWAY FROM THEWEIGHT. THIS IS AN OLD KNOT I LEARNED YEARS AGO CATFISHING
AND IT’S CALLED A BLOOD KNOT. I PUT THE HOOK IN THE MIDDLE OF MY HANDS
AND I’LL WRAP THE LINE AND MAKE A LOOP WITHTHE TWO MAIN LINES
AND I’M GOING TO GO ONE, TWO, THREE, ABOUTFOUR TIMES;
TAKE THE HOOK, STICK IT RIGHT BACK THROUGHTHE CENTER
AND WHEREVER I SET THE HOOK AWAY FROM THEMAIN LINE
IS HOW FAR THE HOOK’S GOING TO BE. I LIKE FOR IT TO BE ABOUT COUPLE OF INCHES,
MAYBE TWO OR THREE INCHES,AND I’M GONNA PULL AND NOW YOU’VE GOT YOUR
DROP SHOT RIG. >> WHEN YOU MARK A BRUSH PILE WE WANT TO STAY
–WE WANT TO THROW OUR MARKER BUOY OFF THE SIDE
OF THE BRUSH PILE. WE DON’T WANT IT TO BE DOWN IN IT. TWO REASONS — ONE, WE DON’T WANT TO SPOOK
THE FISHWITH THE WEIGHT GOING DOWN IN THERE
AND THE SECOND REASON IS WE WANT TO ALLOWOURSELVES
ENOUGH ROOM TO FISH THE ENTIRE BRUSH PILEBECAUSE SOME DAYS THEY’RE ON THE DEEP SIDE
OF THE PILE,SOME DAYS THEY’RE ON THE SHALLOW SIDE OF THE
PILE,SOME DAYS THEY’RE RIGHT ON TOP,
AND OTHER DAYS THEY’RE RIGHT DOWN IN THE MIDDLEOF IT. SO WHEN WE’RE FISHING AND I’M RUNNING THE
TROLLING MOTOR HEREI’M TRYING TO JUST HOLD THE BOAT OVER THE
BRUSH PILEAND MOVING IT BACK AND FORTH, SLOW, SUBTLE
MOVEMENT. THESE CRAPPIE THEY LOVE A SLOW SUBTLE MOVEMENT. EVERY NOW AND THEN YOU’LL HAVE A BUNCH OF
THEMGET IN THAT BRUSH PILE TOO. >> THE TECHNIQUE WE USED TODAY,
YOU CAN DO THE SAME THING WITH JIGS. WE PROBABLY WOULD GO TO ONE JIG,
WE SOMETIMES FISH WITH TWO JIGS ABOUT A FOOTAPART. THE DIFFERENCE IS RIGHT NOW YOU WILL CATCH
ABOUT8-10 TO 1 MINNOW VERSUS A JIG,
SO TODAY WHEN WE PROBABLY CAUGHT 50-60 FISHIN AN HOUR AND A HALF OUT THERE,
WE PROBABLY WOULD HAVE CAUGHT 15-20 USINGA JIG. OOH. THAT’S A GOOD ONE. THERE’S WHAT WE’RE LOOKING FOR RIGHT THERE. THAT’S PROBABLY A 13-INCH FISH RIGHT THERE,
MAYBE, YOU THINK?>> YEAH, THAT’S A 13-INCH FISH. >> I KNOW IT’S HOT. DON’T BE AFRAID TO GET OUT HERE HOT PART OF
THE SUMMERTIME. GO IN THE MORNING. WE GO IN THE MORNING UNTIL ABOUT 11:00
AND THEN YOU CAN GO IN THE EVENING, 5:30 TILLDARK. UMBRELLA ON YOUR BOAT IS CRUCIAL. TOWELS AND ICE, JUST LOTS OF ICE, LOTS OF
WATER,LOTS OF GATORADE, STAY HYDRATED,
BE SAFE, AND GO GIVE THIS A TRY. YOU WON’T REGRET IT. >> WE CAUGHT TONS OF CRAPPIE IN A SHORT PERIOD
OF TIME. YOU CAN KEEP YOUR WIFE’S ATTENTION, YOUR KIDS’
ATTENTION,OR MAYBE EVEN YOUR FRIENDS THAT DON’T FISH
AS MUCH AS YOU DO,IT’S A GREAT TECHNIQUE TO CATCH LOTS OF FISH
IN A SHORT PERIOD OF TIME. >> HEY, THANKS FOR JOINING US TODAY. WELL, HOPEFULLY WE’VE SHOWN YOU THAT IF YOU’RE
SMARTABOUT THE HEAT YOU CAN STILL HAVE A GREAT
DAY OF FISHING. FOR
ALL OF US AT YOUR WILDLIFE DEPARTMENT I’M TODD
CRAIGHEAD,AND WE’LL SEE YOU RIGHT
BACK HERE NEXT TIME ON
“OUTDOOR OKLAHOMA. “

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