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Learn how to rig jigheads onto various soft plastics popular for inshore fishing. When you do, you'll catch more speckled trout and redfish!
The month that you should really focus on catching crappie is March, as it corresponds with the pattern of crappie moving shallow looking to spawn.
Ken Broyles saved to Crappie fishing tips
One of the most sought-after gamefish in North America is the Crappie. Also known as Croppie, papermouth, or speckled bass. They’re not too big, and on light tackle, can put up a decent fight. So…
Nick Concavage saved to Crappie fishing
How to catch crappie with a jig in any lake! Today folks, I share crappie fishing secrets on catching loads more crappie! I share tips, setup, technique and ...
Randy Amerson saved to Fishing Tips and Tackle
A 40 year old record has fallen in Southern Illinois!
Danny Jacobs saved to Big crappie
You don't have to have a boat to catch lots of crappie. There are many different ways to fish for crappie from the bank. For example, you can use a slip bobber or even a jig, but you'll want to check out this article to learn all the tips and techniques.
Fishing Skillz saved to Fishing Tips And Resources
The PERFECT Crappie Jig is a crappie lure like the crappie fishermen have never seen before. It simply catches crappie.
John Fobes saved to fishing jigs
Ahh the crappie spawn. That wonderful time of year where it can feel like you're fishing with dynamite. Here's all you need to know to get in on the action.
CrappieFisher saved to Crappie Fishing
For the panfish angler, spring might as well be Christmas. Every year, hordes of crappies flock to the shallows to spawn. In the Northern states, this can occur a month or so after ice-out or even during the last of the hard-water season, and in the South the migration can start as early as February. Regardless of when it begins, anglers have a big window in which to target this huge concentration of fish and the ensuing prespawn feeding frenzy. Here’s what you need to know.
Tim Barrer saved to Fishing