Racing stripe crappie? (video)
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Chester Moore talks about the soft bite of crappie on cold fronts and how to avoid getting skunked. Read more
During summer, the crappie there stage in the deep, cool thermocline of these creeks and then leave to go feeding on shad which is their number one prey item. Anglers should also be mindful that when temperatures are going into summer crappie will migrate out of the creeks onto... Read more
Most of the crappie fishing guides who consistently catch those 15-17 inch slabs do not bait their brush piles. This seems to go against logic because most crappie fishing reports talk about fish over baited brush. Those are for numbers of fish. Getting a shot at a huge slab... Read more
Crappie tend to hold super tight to cover in ponds, perhaps more so than on big lakes. When fishing brush piles fish as close as possible without getting tangle when using shiners. When using jigs, try rigging tube jigs weedless and actually fish inside the cover. What are your... Read more
Have you ever trolled for crappie? If so there is a good chance you had problems with line twist. Click here to find out how to avoid that and use the latest gear to make a big improvement in your crappie trolling efforts. Chester Moore  Read more