Crappie Fishing In Florida – Where and how to catch them in Florida

Interesting Facts and Techniques for Crappie Fishing in Florida

Did you know that many people come to Florida just to fish? There are many fishing charters and even crappie fishing charters available for you in many different areas of Florida from the very northern parts of the state to the southernmost tip of the state. In fact, if you’re not fromFlorida, you can plan an entire vacation around fishing in Florida and with the Internet, it’s easier than ever before. Whether you fish for fun and recreation or for money, you can find some of the best crappie fishing in the country when you visit Florida fresh waters.

Now that you know more about crappie fishing in Florida, I bet you’re ready to get started now. For best results, you should try a light wire hook (we like #4) and a small split shot just below the float. Many crappie fishermen experiment with different poles and rods and fishing at different depths until they find the particular one that works best and gets the best results on a particular day. So when you go out to your crappie fishing spot, it may be a good idea to take a couple of different rods with you.

Many people also have luck using artificial baits and lures to catch crappie. They are attracted to colorful lures such as bright reds, greens and orange and they enjoy feathered and curly tail options. The sizes most preferred are 1/16 oz to 1/8 oz. You may need to experiment a bit to find the perfect bait and remember that what works one day may not be as successful on your next attempt so don’t be afraid to go with the flow and experiment with different techniques.

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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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