Crappie NOW – FREE Digital Magazine – December 2018

Winter fishing can be some of the best of the year. One way to improve your fishing is to add structure. See how in the December issue of CrappieNow Digital Magazine. Trinity Oaks Provides Dream Trips and More – “We are very excited to be working with Trinity Oaks, as we truly support and believe in the work of the organization to help people in need,” said Mike Nischalke,…

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Tip of the Month: Think Deep and Slow by Mike Sheppard In December, the fish will be in the mouths of the creeks. Water temperatures in November here on Kentucky Lake but in December they’ll be cooler. Different…
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