Posts Tagged 'crappie fishing'

Autumn a popular time for crappie fishing

During the fall, a lot of anglers welcome diversions like baseball playoffs, football or other sports. However, some anglers need more than a good football game to keep them indoors in the autumn — they need to be fishing. Recently I met a crappie fisherman who had just returned from a fishing trip to Truman Lake, where he caught a limit of good-sized crappie. Many crappie anglers have found fall fishing for slab size crappie […]

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A few tips for crappie fishing

When crappie start to head for shallow waters to spawn somewhere around early April, many anglers begin to head for the coves of area lakes. Trout and black bass may get much of the fishing publicity in Missouri, but angler surveys show crappie are among the most sought-after sportfish in the state. Part of the reason for crappie’s appeal is their eagerness to take a lure. They’re also great table fare. People can learn more […]

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