Secrets Of Spider Rigging For Crappie

Recently, anglers fishing in crappie tournaments have used spider rigging to catch fish in the winter tournaments when they are suspended in shallows. They actually color code their floats to certain depths and use very systematic charts and routines to determine precisely where the crappie are located and where they are hanging to maximize the time they have to catch their record limits.  As you can tell, this is perhaps one of the most complex methods of using this system, but it works.

Even if you are not planning to do any tournament fishing for crappie, you can still use this type of method to catch your own fish.  Whether you choose a simpler method or go for the most in depth method available, that’s up to you.

What you will find is that fishing for crappie like this (or any other way for that matter) is a lot of fun and is worth the extra work it takes to get the process started.

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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.

4 Responses to “Secrets Of Spider Rigging For Crappie”

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  2. Stretch says:

    Good to see real expertise on display. Your conitbrution is most welcome.

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