Crappie fishing has been good in 2018. Read about crappie championships, non-typical fishing spots and tips for the end of the year. See it all in the November issue of CrappieNow Digital Magazine.
|Opening CastI admire the competitive old-timers in crappie fishing. They fish year after year chasing top ten finishes and a shot of the championship. There are some great fishermen who have…|
|Crappie in Non-Traditional Placesby Greg McCain Crappie fishermen generally have pre-conceived notions about where fish live. One generally accepted thought is crappie spend most of the year in deep water. A second is…|
|Crappie Basics 174: Grenada Lake“I like Grenada Lake, Mississippi in November. Power trolling works great. I use the BnM Power Trollers with 3-ounce weights. It’s important to cover a lot of ground. The lake…|
|Garland & Turpen Claim Victory at CUSA Classic…Back to BasicsBy Ron Presley Mother Nature delivered tough fishing conditions to crappie anglers competing in the 2018 Cabela’s Crappie USA Tournament Trail (CUSA) on Lake Cumberland. Recent rains had swollen the…|
|Tips for Boat Winter StorageBoat US says recreational boat owner need to take special precautions with storage of E-10 (ethanol) gas. Ethanol fuel can cause problems over the winter. Prepare for ethanol: Unless…|
|Crappie Masters Championship …How They Fishedby Tim Huffman Twenty one years of age doesn’t add up decades of fishing experience. However, many hours on the water this year, working to learn patterns and being in…|
|Tip of the Month: Go to the Bank with Jerry McCready “In Arkansas, the shad move up into shallow water in November and December. The shad go into what I’m told is a second spawn. The crappie follow the shad.…|