Believe The Fish

August 17, 2016

The fish will tell you what they want - if you pay attention.

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0 Comments | Posted in Panfishing Tips By Scott Faldon

Stop The Slide

March 1, 2016

Use a bobber stop to create a lighter-weight Carolina rig. 

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Here's an easy way to get your bait in front of a crappie's nose, no matter what kind of cover it is holding near.

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0 Comments | Posted in Panfishing Tips By Lawrence Taylor

Legendary guide Jim Duckworth has two words for summer crappie fishing -- troll bandits.

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0 Comments | Posted in Panfishing Tips By Lawrence Taylor

Crappie are disappearing from our nation's best fishing waters. Authorities say a gang of Bandits are to blame.

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Best Fall Crappie Tactic

August 27, 2014

The big schools of summer crappie are starting to break up and spread out. For fast action, take to a troll and put your crankbait in front of the maximum number of fish.

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0 Comments | Posted in Panfishing Tips By Lawrence Taylor

10 Wintertime Crappie Tips

November 22, 2013

Crappie bite all winter long. In fact, they school tighter when the water’s cold, so once you find them, you can sit over the school and pluck a limit in short order. Here are 10 tips to help you fill the livewell this winter.

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0 Comments | Posted in Panfishing Tips By Lurenet

Crappie are the kings of spring because they come to the bank and give everyone a shot at a limit. Plus, they’re bigger at this time than any other time of year. Whether you’re fishing from the bank or boat, you normally can find some spawning slabs, but some lakes are better than others. Whether you’re looking for sheer numbers of fish, size or easy access, chances are there’s a great crappie lake near you. Here are four awesome lakes to catch a limit of big, fat spawners.

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Southern outdoorsmen look forward to the crappie spawn with as much anticipation as opening day of deer season. During the crappie spawn the fish come in shallow where bank-bound anglers can get at them, and while the timing isn’t set on a calendar, it happens pretty much the same time every year.

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What is a wall-hanger crappie? In Mississippi it might be a 3 or 3 1/2-pound fish. On other good crappie lakes it might be just shy of 3 pounds. On some lakes it might be a 1 1/2-pounder. Beauty, they say, is in the eye of the beholder, as is a wall-hanger crappie.

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