Crappie Poles

Because there is a need to reach tight spots in order to find many of the larger schools of crappie, you can more easily cast into holes beneath weed mats and other debris, as well as under trees and low heavy limbs with a long jigging crappie pole. A long crappie pole is also simply more efficient because you can troll along the banks without bottoming out the boat and control the depth and location of you bait simply by moving the tip of the crappie poles you have rigged up.

Using long crappie poles also keeps you from having to constantly reel in your poles and re-rig them all day long. Especially since they don’t catch on brush and rocks nearly as frequently as other types of poles, you’ll save a lot of time and energy and probably catch more fish for the time you’ve invested.

Obviously, there is a distinct advantage to fishing with long crappie poles. You’ll have better and more consistent results, less hassle in keeping your rigs fresh and unstuck, and a better time overall. Crappie fishing should be an enjoyable experience during which you can relax and enjoy a productive day on a beautiful lake. Having to constantly rig your poles and pull them out of tight spots will ruin the enjoyment of the catch you take home. By using long crappie poles, you can avoid the headaches of a bad day on the lake.

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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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