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There is an old saying that “variety is the spice of life.” This month’s issue of CrappieNow offers up some variety with stories of crappie fishing from the bank, catching slabs in Pennsylvania stump fields, one poling through heavy cover, and more.

Opening Cast

The 2019 winter, spring and now early summer period have been very interesting weather wise. One day it feels like winter, the next summer, and once in a while like…

No Boat No Problem

by Ron Stallings Fishing from the bank is very productive for most species of fish. If you want to target crappie from the bank, use these techniques for the best…

  Learn 2 Fish

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=3&v=vJzYqbNC-Qc

Crappie Basics #189 Warming Weather – Tim Eberle

By the time June rolls around the weather is beginning to warm and the crappies are moving deeper and searching for a comfortable ambush spot for their next meal. Anglers…

Slip bobbers around stumps

by Vic Attardo A simple but effective method to pull crappie from stump beds.   If Lake Cowanesque in north-central Pennsylvania were a face and not a body of water,…

Tip of the Month: Cypress Trees

Cypress trees are a good bet at Reelfoot Lake, just like at oxbows with cypress, Conway, and similar type lakes. A tree’s root system forms an umbrella and the fish…

In the Spotlight Rhonda Reeve

by Tim Huffman Texas fisherman, more correctly fisherwoman, is a regular in national tournaments and the Crappie Anglers of Texas tournaments. She lives on Cedar Creek with husband Jay Don,…

Crappie NOW How To Tie a Leader

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2OC1MGNPNmA

Fishing Funny’s

 

Single Pole Crappie Fishing in Weedy Cover

by Brian Cope Get right in the middle of the weeds, dig a hole, drop a jig, and see what comes out. Spider-rigging and tight-lining are some of the most…