Docks are crappie magnets during the spring and fall months, and dock shooting is the most effective way to reach them. Crappie fishing ace Lee Pitts breaks it down in detail in this thorough video: how to shoot docks, fish location, reading docks, tackle/equipment and more. If you like crappie fishing and enjoy a little eye-hand coordination, you’ll want to watch this.
In the first week of January 2013, James Holst and Dave Koonce road-trip to ice big Lake of the Woods walleyes and 14- and 15-inch Cass County crappies. Dave Koonce proves you can pull a 15-inch crappie through a 5-inch hole! Production Team Videographer: Ben Brettigen Editors: Greg Huff and Ben Larson Graphics: Ben Larson
Got out and chased some crappies in Northeastern Minnesota this last weekend. We were fishing a deep hole and the fish were suspended at 20'-45'. Jr's hot tomalley (blood red) was a good lure early on. Later in the day the Lindy Rattl'n flyer (rainbow/glow) produced a good number of fish. Both baits were tipped with two waxies. I also got a chance to watch the new Strikemaster Solo....that thing has some power!