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Crappies are Nice on Late Season Ice!


Even though old man winter is showing no signs of giving up, winter will soon be gone. But before it goes you need to get out and try your hands at some deep water Crappie fishing. Thirty to forty feet deep is not uncommon to find hungry schools of Crappie and bluegill. Don’t be afraid to drill dozens of holes in your search of this black gold. Once you have found them the key is to catch as many as you can before the school moves on. Using a tungsten jig, size 12 or larger is a great way to help get your bait back down in a hurry. Some of the favorites are a Pelkie or Diamond tip style jig tipped with spikes. Some people fish with the white spikes, while others use red. Or you can be creative and put one red and one white on at the same time. Most anglers will hook the spikes through the larger end of the spike and skin hook them so they dangler or wiggle off of the bottom of your hook. This along with jigging your bait will typically help trigger more strikes. And don’t be afraid to change it up and do something different, you never know what’s going to fire them up!

 

 

 

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