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thanks for all the hellosssss.i am glad i found this site.now i am new to the highpoint area,can anyone tell me if they fish oak hollor lake and where the best place to catch crappie is on the lake.i search it last year and only caught one crappie.thanka and good fishing to all.lwilliamson.
 

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hi everyone took danger with me fishing today 3-21-08.she caught the only fish we caught.was a10incher crappie.we were on buddle creek fishing off the bank,should have took the boat.no one was catching fish at all.well next time,and happy Easter to all lwilliamson
 

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