That’s what we call Slab Crappies!!!! Look at the color on them. You can get a work out hauling those in all afternoon!
When still-fishing for crappie, perch, bluegill (or just about any small fish) you can make your own two hook rig in a jiffy. Use 10 to 15 pound monofiliment line and place snelled hooks about 12 inches apart with your sinker 12 inches below the bottom hook. Tie a loop knot at the bottom for [...]
Now that’s what I call some nice Crappies! Jared and Samantha caught these while fishing on the Mississippi River near La Crosse, WI. Gremlin, put a coat on! Your going to catch a cold!
Lake Skegemog (also known as Skegemog Lake, and rarely Round Lake, its former name) is a Northern Michigan lake located on the border of three counties, Antrim County, Michigan, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, and Kalkaska County, Michigan, with a surface area of 2,561 acres (10 km2).The lake is well known for its nature and beauty, [...]
A stringer of beauties! Little Carly caught these shiny crappies while bouncing a simple, yet effective rig—a split shot sinker and pink crappie jig head with a rubber tail and grub worm. It’s her secret fishing spot so we can’t tell you exactly where she caught them. But it was on a lake somewhere.
On May 4, 1991, Frank Robinson pulled this white crappie out of a private pond in Oklahoma. It weighed a whopping 4 lbs. 15 oz. What a great looking fish. And nice mustache, Frank.
Look at these beautiful Smalley’s pulled in recently by Beth and Danny Williamson. Rumor has it they were using our own Water Gremlin Bull Shot to land them. The Gremlin might have to loose a few pounds standing between these svelt Fishing Pro’s. Happy Fishing!
Nothing beats finding that Sunny or Crappie hole on your favorite lake. These were pulled in on a lazy summer evening on a northern Minneosta lake. While not an official contest photo, it’s still a great picture and the Gremlin wanted to share. Thanks Gremlin!
Crappies provide superb sport for their size and many people think that they’re the best tasting fish that swims.