Greneda Lake Crappie Fishing

If you choose heavier jigs such as a ounce jig, the fish will see them better without much action at all.  The bait fish tend to be larger this time of the year, so they will bite bigger bait, and if you are fishing for crappie, a bigger jig will discourage yellow bass.  Just suspend a few inches off the bottom in water at least 15 feet deep, and hold your jig very still, for best results.

Crappie caught in the winter are generally very tasty, so if you are fishing for table fish, Grenada Lake during the winter months is the only way to go.  Just plan ahead, and follow these tips and techniques, and you are sure to find Grenada Lake, home of the monster crappie, a rewarding place to fish.

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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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