Category Archives for "Crappie"

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The Best Types of Crappie Knots

By Robert Johnson | Crappie

There are numerous different ways to tie crappie knots, and each serves its own purpose. Some fishers prefer to use double crappie knots, single knots, or Palomar knots. Which knots to use depends on what kinds of fishing methods they will use. In this article, we will describe two ways of tying a crappie jig […]

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How to River Fish for Crappie

By Robert Johnson | Crappie , Rods

Crappies are commonly found in still lakes and reservoirs throughout the year. They often stay hidden under the cover of brush piles, underwater structures, and human-made structures. Catching fish in still water is already a fun endeavor, but catching fish in rivers where there is a constant flow of water is whole new game. Learning […]

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Drop Shotting for Crappie

By Nick Simpson | Crappie

Drop shotting for crappie is straight-forward, easily used fishing technique used by newbies and seasoned fishers alike when fishing for crappies. This is especially helpful during cold days when crappies are lethargic due to the cold water. This makes it perfect for winter months. Many fishers use it as an alternative technique during slow days. […]

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How to Troll Crankbaits for Crappie

By Nick Simpson | Crappie

Trolling or spider rigging for crappie is an effective way of catching crappies in a vast area of water or in a new lake that you’re unfamiliar with. It lets you cast a wider range for catching crappie in various depths. As in other methods for catching crappie, trolling requires techniques and equipment to maximize […]

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When Do Crappie Spawn?

By Nick Simpson | Crappie

Crappie spawning season is the time when crappies lay eggs. This is arguably the most exciting time of the year for crappie fishers. This is the time when anglers can get the most action, largely because crappie are in aggressive feasting mood and they will grab just about anything that looks like live bait. However, […]

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