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Umbrella Holder for your Boat Seat. 0 7 years 14 weeks ago
by EZ Duzit
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Greenville N.C. ECU Fishing Club- A day out on River Park North 0 8 years 32 weeks ago
by G-Vegas Fishing Club
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Add Barkley Lake 0 9 years 29 weeks ago
by KidCrappie
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More Kentucky Options 1 7 years 45 weeks ago
by Huck Finn
7 years 44 weeks ago
by Ray
Pickwick Lake 1 7 years 51 weeks ago
by 44mag
7 years 50 weeks ago
by Shannon
Bay Springs Lake 1 10 years 22 weeks ago
by Charlie
10 years 22 weeks ago
by Shannon
Bay Springs Lake 1 10 years 22 weeks ago
by pammysue15
10 years 22 weeks ago
by Shannon
Enid and Sardis 1 10 years 22 weeks ago
by Crappiehunter
10 years 22 weeks ago
by Shannon
Photos 1 10 years 23 weeks ago
by Ray
10 years 22 weeks ago
by Shannon
Jig Tying 2 7 years 24 weeks ago
by possom20
7 years 22 weeks ago
by possom20
Aliceville Lake Fishing Report 2 9 years 32 weeks ago
by rdendy
9 years 32 weeks ago
by Charlie
Louisiana,,?? 2 9 years 32 weeks ago
by gatortrax35
9 years 32 weeks ago
by gatortrax35
Chat Room 3 8 years 14 weeks ago
by Beau Butler
8 years 14 weeks ago
by tjenkins
state lakes 3 9 years 38 weeks ago
by crappy1
9 years 38 weeks ago
by Ray
Crappie 101 Tee Shirts 4 8 years 31 weeks ago
by crappie cowboy
8 years 31 weeks ago
by dhobbs
Crappie101 4 9 years 15 weeks ago
by crappie cowboy
8 years 32 weeks ago
by G-Vegas Fishing Club

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A flat is just as it sounds. This is an area of shallow water that has no defined drop into deeper water. The water depth is uniform or gets deeper very gradually. Flats can be found at the backs of all the bays, in coves within the bays and on the main lake where the flat land adjacent to the river was covered up by water when the rivers were backed up by damming.

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