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Fall crappie catching tips

Lake Fork guide Gary Pairs shows off a big crappie
Luke Clayton
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Lake Fork guide Gary Pairs shows off a big crappie

This week Luke visits with veteran Lake Fork guide Gary Pairs (903 497 6028) and learns some great fall crappie catching tips. Tune in this week and you might learn a trick or two about catching papermouths you didn't know!

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