Lake Chickamauga Crappie Fishing Secrets

If you can, try to position a light above the water once night sets in. These lights are called Crappie lights and they will help you catch significantly more fish. These lights will attract small bugs and underwater creatures to the light. This will attract Crappie fish because they will want to eat these bugs and creatures. Once the fish are near the light you can lower your bobber with the live minnow on it and catch your fish!

Many fishermen are unsure of how to attach their live minnow to their line. The best way to do this is by using a gang hook. Gang hooks are simply two hooks that are tied together. This makes it much easier to hook your minnow onto your line. The best size of hooks to use is around size eight or ten. This will give you a hook that is large enough to bring your fish in without alerting the fish to danger.

Another secret among these Crappie fishermen is that you have to be ever so quiet when fishing for Crappie! The reason for this is that if you make too much noise you will alert the fish of your presence. This is the case with most fish, but Crappie are extremely sensitive to external noises!

3-lake-chickamauga By utilizing these Lake Chickamauga fishing secrets you will be fast on your way to catching more Crappie fish than you can handle. Only the top fishermen know these secrets so be sure to only share these secrets with your closest friends.

Just remember, the most important thing about fishing is having fun. If you decide to go fishing on Lake Chickamauga you may want to consider going with a friend or two. Fishing is always significantly more fun when you do it with a few friends. Just grab some drinks, some extra, food, then drive out to a pier on the lake if you want to have a great night of fishing on Lake Chickamauga.

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Dan Eggertsen is a fellow crappie fishing enthusiast to the point of obsession. :) He's been providing solid advice on crappie fishing since 2004.

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