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Question by fisher girl. Uploaded on October 03, 2009
I find most of my luck on the clear and hot summer days.Pretty much all fish start slowing down this time of year but you will still caught fish. They are also little so water temp. doesnt seem to affect them as much.
You will find as I did that Crappie are more active is colder water. Fall and winter Crappie fishing I find are the best times to fish for this tasty treat!
It all depends, one day you can limit out on a cold windy day and you can go back to the same spot the next day and its sunny out and you only get a couple.
Crappie bite good in the fall,but don't expect them in the same areas as in the summer.Fall is a transition period.They begin to move shallow in early fall as the water cools.Then they begin to move towards winter habitat.During warm fronts try spiners,in-line or safety-pin.After cold fronts try tiny jigs under a bobber or flies.
Just caught a 15incher today
Just think BASS, if the bass are bitting, you will find that the crappie will be as well.
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