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Angling, Crappie There are A Beautiful, Beautiful World two species of this fish. Black Crappie (Pomoxis nigromaculatus) goes by the common names papermouth, speckled or bachelor perch, calico or strawberry bass. The White Crappie (Pomoxis annularis) goes by the common names papermouth, speckled or bachelor perch and silver bass. The black members of the family have a life-span of about 10 years while the white are faster-growing but seldom make it to an age of 8 years.
 
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  • Tomahawk Resort [Website | Summary]
    Crappie are found in several Bays on Lake of the Woods. Fun to catch when you find them actively feeding. Use a tear drop jig with a small minnow or twister tail - trolling with a small beetle spin works to find schools.
    Box 29 Sioux Narrows ON P0X 1N0
    807-226-5622 or 800-465-1091


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