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What depth do fish feed at?

Asked: Chad Hurst, Last Updated:

Keep your bait in the fish zone. Either fish the top or the bottom. When deeper than 8 to 10 feet, always fish on the bottom, not close, but on the bottom whenever possible. The exxception to this rule is when crappie and white bass might "suspend" off the bottom.

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