Here are three things to remember when fishing the crappie spawn: Locate brush, pay attention to water temperatures, and bring the right equipment.
Fishing during the spawn can be the best time of year to catch big Crappie. Learn how, where, and when to fish during the spring Crappie spawn.
Find a shallow brush pile and drop an anchor. Cast out a minnow with a bobber and start hauling in spring crappie.Springtime crappie fishing used to be that easy, but heavy fishing pressure has caused many anglers to change tactics. Prime spawning spots get worked over daily. If you’re the first angler to dunk minnows at
The season of harvest festivals and the outdoor extravaganza of leaves changing colors is also a special time for crappie anglers.These fishermen know autumn offers some of the best opportunities to catch aggressive crappie without much competition from fellow anglers. The cool fall weather drops water temperatures and triggers crappie into a feeding frenzy as
Ice fishing for crappie later in the season can lead to a disappearing act during late ice season. Here's where to go find them:
Fall crappie are tough to find, but can be as big as they get. Here's where to find them:
Winter crappie are some of the easiest fishing in the cold weather, as long as you know where to find them. Here's where to look!
Crappie fishing is a past time anglers enjoy throughout the country. Their delicious taste and sporting ability are a few reasons why they're so popular. While most anglers would consider any fish over 12 inches to be a slab, crappie can grow much bigger, especially in the south. Here is the list for the
When crappie are about 13 or 14 inches, they are called "slabs." These fish are fun to catch, and can be found at some of these best Giant Crappie Lakes: