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I'm guessing you're asking how deep do you catch them this time of year. I have caught them them as shallow as 3 ft. when the water temp was 50 degs. I use a slip bobber and move it up or down untill I find the right depth they are at.
 

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They are biting now. Have to troll for them. Average depth of 14-18 deep. Depending on the weather, they may be suspended at these depths OR if it is a sunny bluebird day, you may have to fish deeper. Find the bait fish and then look for the fish stacked up on the fishfinder.
 

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They have a articale in the January 2008 Virginia Game and Fish Magizine on white crappie in North Fork of Pound Lake. The fish biologist Tom Hampton said it was his second choice for Southern Mountain Region. First choice was South Holston.
 

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You can go to the game dept web site and click on fishing and then you can click on any lake in the state and you can see all about it, fishing reg and creel sample and all.
 
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