I just moved to California, and heard crappie fishing isn’t popular out here. Why is that, and is it possible to find any good crappie fishing in

I just moved to California, and heard crappie fishing isn’t popular out here. Why is that, and is it possible to find any good crappie fishing in California?

California is a big state, and it is definitely possible to find great crappie fishing there. Oh, and there are many crappie anglers in California who love the sport and love crappie fishing! When it comes to crappie fishing in North California, you can find healthy, hungry crappie in all the major lakes there. Try these Northern California lakes for great crappie fishing: Bullards Bar Reservoir Lake Berryessa Clear Lake (holds the state record for white crappie) Lake Oroville Folsom Lake Lake Shasta New Hogan Lake (holds the state record for black crappie) Good Crappie Lakes in Central California: The Delta Lake Camanche Lake Don Pedro Lake Millerton Lake McClure Lake Nacimiento Pine Flat Lake New Melones Lake Good Crappie Lakes in Southern California: Lake Cahuilla Bear Lake El Capitan Lake Lower Otay Lake Lake Hodges Lake Sutherland San Vicente Lake Good luck and have fun!


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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