Crappie Fishing in Georgia

Do you ever wish you could learn the secrets of those guys bringing in the big catches? Do you want to bring home 15-20 pounds of crappie from a fun fishing session? If you want to be truly successful with your crappie fishing in Georgia, here are some tips you might find useful.

Experiment with different bait- no matter what you have heard or been told, if one bait doesn’t seem to be working for you, don’t be afraid to try another.

April is a prime month for crappie fishing in Georgia- most anywhere in the state can be successful during this great fishing month

Take different poles and rods with you so you can find the best one to work for you. You may need to practice with different depths before you get the best spot for fishing.

Try fishing for crappie using trolling- especially in the pre-spawn periods.

When trolling or fishing in deeper waters for crappie from your boat, try live minnows as your bait of choice. Most crappie go crazy for some live dinner dangling right before them

In other parts of the year, you may enjoy using jigs or spoons to jig down to the crappie.

Light spinning or spin casting gear is another crappie fishing option to consider.

As you spend more time fishing for crappie in Georgia, you will also develop some of your own tricks and techniques and discover methods that work for you that may not be listed here. If it works, go for it! Now you know more about how to catch the best crappie in Georgia. Aren’t you ready to get out there and start 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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