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Lot of 16 New In The Box Perch Bass Crappie Crankbait Fishing Lures

Lot of 16 New In The Box Perch Bass Crappie Crankbait Fishing Lures

  • Includes 8 diving lures with rattle
  • Includes 6 floating poppers lures with rattle
  • Includes 2 floating lures with rattle
  • This set of lures range from 1-1/4″ – 2-1/2″ in length and 2.8 grams – 11.3 grams in weight
  • Nuthin Fancy Outdoors does not send you products we don’t already use ourselves

All our lures are made of high quality, durable material and were digitally designed to our specifications on a computer. Lures are randomly tested by experts for proper and realistic swimming action during the manufacturing process for quality control and have high quality carbon steel treble hooks. The detailed patterns and life-like colors simulate bait fish and steel ball bearing rattles offer an aggressive presentation that will give you the advantage.

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2 Arm Crappie Fishing Leader – 10 Packs

  • Stainless Steel
  • Wire Leader
  • 2 Arms Rigs

10 Arms Stainless Steel Fishing Rigs Fishing Tackle With Swivel Snap

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Five Crappie Jig Fishing Secrets

Many people have trouble catching crappie on jigs, especially when the fish get sulky. This will sound over-simplified, but the difference between going home empty, or filling a fish basket up is simply proper techniques for the prevailing conditions. During the spawn, anyone can catch crappie, on just about anything, but in Post-Spawn mode, crappie tend to be moody and uncoopertive.

Many times, they will suspend at a certain depth, without regard to cover, and refuse anything unless it just about swims into their mouth on it’s own. Here are some tricks that will boost your harvest next time.

First, let’s talk about equipment. If you are going to be a serious year-around crappie angler, there are a few thing you MUST have. You’ll need a boat, of some kind. It needn’t be a $14,000 Tournament boat. Any dinghy, skiff, canoe, kayak, inflatable, Jon Boat, or even a Float Tube will work in many instances. Read more…

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Advice For Fishing For Crappie In Farm Ponds

The first advice would be to find a farm pond that has crappie. It is not recommended that anyone try to have crappies in a farm pond. You would need the advice of a fish biologist before even trying to make a farm pond. If you find a crappie farm pond, you can use this advice to catch the crappie, but you will also need to be particular to what you use for bait. If you do have a farm pond and you want to fish for crappie, you will need to know what they are being fed and what other fish are in the pond.

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