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Great Crappie Fishing Season Tips

Updated on August 11, 2010

Crappie Fishing Season Tips

One of the reasons why crappie is so popular is that it does not matter when you fish for it. You will surely be able to catch crappie in all seasons. You do need to make a number of changes though. There are also different crappie fishing seasons you will find to be a lot more profitable. The approach is very important and does vary although there are different tips that can provide a lot of help.

Most individuals agree to the fact that one of the best possible crappie fishing season has to be considered fall. The reason is that crappie starts preparing for winter. This means that you can catch crappie with basically any equipment in a lot of locations. Before the fish eventually migrates it will need to feed more and this means it is really easy to catch. The real problem is you have to really be prepared for quick temperature changes.

Winter crappie fishing stands out as extremely popular. The reason for this is that the crappie is a fish that you can easily catch during all seasons. Few people can enjoy to fish in cold weathers. Basically you have to love fishing and be prepared to face harsh temperatures to reach success. You might also want to do different changes in fishing styles. You will need to use a boat and not turn on the motor. You have to be quite and use at times electronic devices. Winter is one crappie fishing season that can be difficult for a lot of people although catching other fish is more difficult.

Spring is when most crappie fishermen are going to start their fishing sessions. The reason for such a fact is mostly the temperatures, which are warm. The only problem is that the crappie has a difficult temperament during this season. You need to do a little research and see exactly how it behaves in the area that you are fishing in. The good news is that the weather will usually be great for fishing so changing locations is not something that will bother you too much. We can not compare it with summer but if you catch a good day you will love it.

As we are sure you imagined, the season with the biggest popularity in crappie fishing is summer. Even if Autumn is basically the best season to fish crappie, the other ones are also profitable. Some of the best possible crappie fishing appears when the weather is really hot. The only thing that you might want to do is change your line once in 3 days for optimum results.


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