Crappie Magazines

Are there magazines dedicated to crappie fishing?

There is the magazine called Crappie World.  The publisher Natcom doesn’t appear totally up to code and rumors have it that you might need a bigger mail box for all the new junk mail but they do have some cool information available online.  The Better Business Bureau doesn’t much care for Natcom either.

After further review of what the Better Business Bureau doesn’t like about Natcom I suspect that many magazine publishers suffer a similar problem.  Be forewarned that it appears that Natcom does sell their address lists but which magazine publishers don’t, really?

The articles seem to be written by real people just as the magazine suggests that it is for the weekend crappie angler.  Of course the title is fairly descriptive of the content and thankfully so and apparently they are the only game for a magazine dedicated to crappie.  Many of the contributors hail from the eastern states like Virginia and Tennessee.

There are other magazines available that have articles that target the crappie fisherman but usually only during a perceived crappie season.  If you are interested in lots of fishing information you might want to check out a magazine called Fishing Facts published by Midwest Outdoors.  You can find information about that publication on their website at www.fishingfacts.com.  Fishing Facts magazine has articles based on a variety of fish and techniques for catching them and usually includes one or more articles related to pan fishing.

Another general fishing magazine available is American Angler and after that you will find specialized fishing magazines or general outdoor hunting and fishing magazines.


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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