Darin Keim caught a limit of crappies last week at Lake of the Ozarks ... but not in the places where you would expect. The fish weren’t on the spawning banks. Instead, they were suspended in deep water, not far from the coves where they will spawn.
Darin Keim caught a limit of crappies last week at Lake of the Ozarks ... but not in the places where you would expect. The fish weren’t on the spawning banks. Instead, they were suspended in deep water, not far from the coves where they will spawn. Brent Frazee bfrazee@kcstar.com
Darin Keim caught a limit of crappies last week at Lake of the Ozarks ... but not in the places where you would expect. The fish weren’t on the spawning banks. Instead, they were suspended in deep water, not far from the coves where they will spawn. Brent Frazee bfrazee@kcstar.com

Spring crappie fishing isn’t always a shallow subject at Lake of the Ozarks

May 06, 2016 06:55 PM