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.
Swimbaits for Slab Crappie Swimbaits might be the rage when it comes to bass fishing, but swimbaits are an often overlooked tactic for big crappie. Big crappie eat big prey. Unlike smaller crappie slabs prefer […]
The Temps You Should Know for Crappie Fishing Spring means crappie season and anglers throughout the state hit the lakes to fill the livewell. The spawning season is by far the most popular time to […]
Crappie Fishing Tips: How to Single Pole Jig for Crappie Do You Need Livescope The most talked about product in crappie fishing today has got to be the Garmin Livescope. It has changed the landscape […]
Dale Hollow is fast becoming known as a big crappie destination. My good friend Denny at Dale Hollow Marina will attest to that. His marina has started buzzing now all year long with crappie anglers […]
LOCATE AND CATCH DEEP WATER CRAPPIE The key to finding deep water crappie is fish locating electronics. Electronics have come a long way since your grandfather’s flasher unit. I even had one of those paper […]