Crappie Fishing Tips
Crappie fishing tips helps you locate crappie as the seasons change, crappie have a migration path that they move to when seasons change. In the spring the crappie will move to the shore lines to lay their eggs, usually March through April each year when water temperatures reach 62 to 68 degrees. I have seen crappie so shallow the top fin was out of the water. Scan your sonar for shallow underwater ledges, these drop-offs will fall ten feet or more, and shallow ditches, cuts and gullies near bank-side bluffs or coves. Valuable crappie fishing tips is fishing the edges which are especially productive when found near weed beds, timber stands, brush piles or bridges. Crappie will stay in cooler water temperatures of 75 degrees. Crappie are layer fish, what this means is that they are always at a certain depth, on the bottom, or could be suspended, the key is finding that depth and fishing for crappie in the active mode, just stay consistent with that depth best baitcasting reel under 50.