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Seasonal Fishing Tips

Spring Crappie Fishing Tips

The spawn is on at many lakes across the southern US. The water temperatures have risen and if you can catch the conditions just right, you should be able to land a few slabs. The #1 bait for catching Spring Crappie is without a doubt a live minnow. It has been estimated that over 50% of all Crappie are caught on live minnows. I am not totally sure of the accuracy of that quote, but I happen to believe it. The problem is that sometimes the local bait shops will run out of minnows if the fish are really biting. Other effective live baits you can use are crickets and

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The Thermocline and How it Affects Summer Crappie Fishing

If you are going to be a successful Crappie fisherman in the Summer, particularly in Southern climates, you need to understand the thermocline and how it works.

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Submerged Brush-piles Provide Hot Summer Crappie Action

Summer Crappie fishing can be smokin hot if you know where to find them. Tips on How to Catch Crappie in the Summer months.

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How to Catch Crappie this Memorial Day Weekend

Crappie fishing on Memorial Day weekend, or any other holiday weekend for that matter, can be challenging. Tips to remember to help catch more crappie on holiday weekends

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Get Ready for Spring Crappie Fishing

Time to get ready for Spring Crappie Fishing. Make sure your tackle is ready, and know where to look for those slabs.

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