ODF peak finding typically fails to reconstruct fibers crossing at angles below 45 degrees. We aim to break this barrier with ODF-Fingerprinting. Our approach replaces the peak finding mechanism with pattern matching, allowing to use all the information stored in ODFs. In this work, we study the ability of ODF-Fingerprinting to reconstruct fibers crossing at 90, 45, and 30 degrees in a diffusion phantom composed of textile tubes with 0.8µm diameter, approaching the anatomical scale of axons. Our approach reaches much higher sensitivity (84-100%) than the ODF peak finding (0-33%), especially at the shallow angles.