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July crappie fishing can be hot and humid and the fish have transitioned to their summer patterns. This issue of CrappieNow offers stories on color selection, Jordan Lake, and other tips for catching summer crappies.

imageOpening CastI can’t believe that it is July already!!! The days, months and years seem to fly by and there are so many changes happening all around us in society, life,…
imageSimple, Economical Tactics for Summer Crappieby Tim Huffman Finding the right spots for summer crappie can be a challenge, but when found, they can create fun, exciting memories. A fisherman doesn’t have to spend a…
imageLearn 2 Fish With Ushttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vJzYqbNC-Qc
imageCrappie Basics #191 Speed it Up – Jared Roper, Roper OutdoorsAs the water heats up in July the crappie will become more active and aggressive. To adapt to their behavior anglers should speed up their presentation. Use the traditional color…
imageDestination Crappie: Lake Jordan, AL.by Ron Wong This central east Alabama lake is a virtual crappie factory. Nestled in Elmore County, Alabama is bountiful Lake Jordan. The lake attracted the Bassmaster Classic in 2004…
imagePlanting the Passion Deepby Ron Presley High school fishing clubs give youth anglers a chance to compete and enjoy fishing. For most anglers, the passion to fish begins at an early age with…
imageBe prepared for Weather Fronts by Kris MannAnglers should always have a contingency plan for weather fronts. Especially if the wind blows out of the north, we want to find a place to hide while at the…
imageCrappie NOW How to Offshore Tackle Planer Board Pulling Rigshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F0XawsGOsYI
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imageThe Complete Story of Jig Colorsby Greg McCain Today’s crappie anglers have an overabundance of colors to choose from. For the modern crappie fisherman, color options run the full range of the spectrum. Once confined…