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Lake Martin Brushpile Crappie On Artificials
The morning sun was just barely over the Lake Martin horizon, and Chad Miller’s GPS had already directed him to his first stop. He jumped from the driver’s seat, grabbed a marker buoy and dropped the trolling motor. He closely studied his Lowrance fish finder as he inched along.

“Here we go,” he said as he tossed the marker buoy overboard and watched it unwind. His fish finder showed a mass of white dots...

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