Crappie fishing, to many anglers, is as American as baseball and apple pie. Crappie are fun to catch, plentiful and make for some excellent table fare. You can spider-rig for crappie, troll crankbaits for slab crappie, bobber jig heavy cover for spawning crappie or just go with the tried and true crappie presentation, the tuffy minnow and gold Aberdeen hook and a split-shot. it doesn’t matter how you fish for crappie it’s all fun. Search the Rambling Angler website for some great crappie catching information and have fun.
Where To Find And Catch March Crappie During The March Migration In The South Spring is a time for crappie fishing. With March beginning to warm and cabin fever at its peak, crappie anglers across […]
Crappie Fishing Report For March 2021 Indiana It is crappie time. Those in the know have been putting on their overhauls and catching some nice fish, often in very shallow water. While the water temperatures […]
Wading For Crappie : Fishing Shallow for Springtime Crappie Wading for crappie has become a popular way to catch shallow water slabs in the spring. While wading for crappie is not a new phenomenon it […]