Three Best Method, Tip, Technique for Crappie Fishing

Strong graphite poles are very useful when going after crappie. Not only do these poles provide great durability they also give you flexibility. This is great for when the crappie aren’t really biting but just nibbling your bait.

With added sensitivity you can really feel when you get a bite. Using a bobber is also a great idea if you have trouble feeling when the line starts to pull down.

Fishing for crappie can be done at just about any depth in the water but when you’re fishing crappie that are spawning you’ll want to use a more shallow approach. When crappie are in spawning season they tend to stick closer to the surface as food is usually easier to obtain there. You will find that baits that are meant to float on the top of the water might work better when it comes to fishing for crappie during this time of the year.

If you’re looking to fish for crappie during spawning season you’ll find this takes place normally during the spring months. No one can say for sure when the best time is to go fishing for crappie during this time but if you fish the same places long enough you’ll find certain times better than others.

Patience is the angler’s best friend and when it comes to crappie it’s no different. If you observe your surroundings and pay attention to what the fish are doing you’ll be better equipped to catch them.

Observing your surroundings is another great way to increase your chances of catching fish. Paying attention to your surroundings will show you where the best places to find fish are as well as the best baits to use. Following these simple rules will keep you better prepared to catching fish of any kind.

Your chances of catching fish depend on many things but mostly your ability as an angler. Most of the things you need come only with experience and trial and error. Remember that patience is the most important thing when it comes to fishing.

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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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