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The Do-It Corporation/Off-Shore team of Tommy Skarlis and Kyle Steinfeldt employed a few tactics that are relatively new to southern crappie fishing Feb. 13-14 when they rode a big second…
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I’d never want to take a crappie shoe shopping. Even if you could overcome the difficult task of sizing a fin correctly, the fish would never be able to make…
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I do most of my crappie fishing in eastern Arkansas where clear waters are as rare as 5-pound crappie. I have no trouble catching crappie in the highly colored oxbow…
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Fishing crankbaits for crappie needn't be a big-boat, multi-rod affair. You also can cast and retrieve a single lure for big-fish action. Oklahoma crappie guide Todd Huckabee uses a Carolina-rigged…
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Brad Whitehead of Muscle Shoals, Ala., is a crappie guide on Wilson and Pickwick lakes. When trolling crankbaits for crappie, he's a 16-pole man. One-fourth of Brad Whitehead's crappie crankbait…
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Jim Duckworth, owner of Ducktrail Guide Service in Lebanon, Tenn., often uses crankbaits to help his clients catch summer slabs in the Volunteer State lakes he fishes. The crankbaits he…
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Carl Hartman of Clewiston, Florida, is a guide at Roland Martin's Marina on Lake Okeechobee. Hartman said few anglers try for crappie in this massive natural lake in the hot…
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  You'll find crappie hanging around docks in sunken structure and brushpiles.   Keith Enloe of Eldon, Missouri, runs a guide service on nearby Lake of the Ozarks, a deep…
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  The key to summer crappie fishing is knowing where to find the crappie, not where you think they should be found.   Steve McCadams of Paris, Tennessee, has guided…
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Pros4-1Source's Keith Worrall talks Spring Crappies in the Northwoods. Springtime brings blooms to the Lilacs in the upper Midwest and Trilliums in the far North, and to the northern Crappie…
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