How To Use Crappie Fishing Waypoints To Beat Anglers To The Punch

Many websites offer waypoints for lakes. The coordinates will lead you to some crappie fishing areas. The sites do have disclaimers saying that not all waypoints are checked. Some waypoints are posted or supplied by anglers that have used them. If you find any waypoints on the internet, spend the day seeing if they are correct and it would probably be useful to have a fish locator. It is always a good idea to get some waypoints from anglers that are local to the lake or some bait shops may have a few waypoints available.

There are also places on the Internet where you can save you waypoints in your own waypoint manager. This is nice to use just in case that GPS or your hand written notes would simply fall into the water or get lost. This way you would have an alternative way to retrieve your waypoints. Once you get some waypoints, you do not want to lose the information so you can always have one up on the other anglers on the lake.

Crappie fishing is always fun and once you find some waypoints, you will enjoy the day more. You will know exactly where to go to find the fish and take home the daily catch. You will be the envy of all the crappie anglers. You might even want to share some of your good fortune and point out some areas for other anglers that do not utilize the waypoint system. They will thank you for pointing them in the right direction.

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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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