Scott Mackner shares why a slip bobber might not be the best tool for spring crappies and what you should use instead.
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Scott Mackner’s best tips for catching early spring crappies from a kayak including his best presentations and where to find them.
We look forward to this time of year each season—that period between ice-out and the spring crappie spawn, the latter which typically happens when the water temp hits 60-65 degrees.…
Adam Griffith shares why the Clam Pinhead Pro is one of his go-to crappie lures. One of the new features of the Pinhead Pro is that they added a new…
Kevan Paul spends a tremendous amount of time targeting crappie on Clear Lake, but many of his observations can be applied to other shallow dish bowl lakes, especially in northern Iowa.
Crappie fishing can be a breeze in the spring and early summer if you can find down timber with scattered weeds.