The Characteristics Of All Different Species Of Crappie

The average size for an adult crappie is from a foot long to twenty inches long. State records average in the four and a half pound range.  Crappie is regarded by many as the most flavorful table fish of all the freshwater species, and since it is relatively easy to catch, it is among the most poplar species for which to fish nation wide.

Crappie are found nation wide with white crappie living primarily in rivers and lakes, with a few small ones found in streams.  They can live in turbid waters much more easily than can the black crappie.  The spawn occurs when the dogwoods begin to bloom, usually in April.

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