Texas Crappie Fishing

Whichever method you choose the main purpose of locating the right depth is so that you can place your bait right in the middle of the fish where they are enticed to take it. Once you find the right spot you can look forward to having a very successful fishing trip. Trolling, casting, still-fishing and drifting is the best methods used for Texas crappie fishing.

Minnows, insects, crayfish and worms are great bait choices and it is always a good idea to have a variety of different options available. This way if the crappies don’t seem to be interested in what you are offering them at first, you can switch off to something different. There are three main types of artificial lures that have proven to work very well throughout the year and they are the marabou jigs, spinners and curlytail grubs.

Texas crappie fishing continues to be excellent and the outlook for the future looks great. There are so many places throughout the state where you can fish for this species you can enjoy crappie fishing no matter where you live or where you visit in the state. It is always a good idea to spend a few dollars and invest in a map of the area you plan on fishing. This will help you find the best places for where the crappie can be found and help to keep you safer on the water as well.

Before you head out crappie fishing in Texas it is a good idea to make sure you are aware of all the rules and regulations of the state first. These regulations are strictly enforced and you could be fined if you do not obey these rules completely.

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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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