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What depth do you troll for crappie?
4- to 8-foot deep water can be very productive, even if long-lining is not possible. If there’s enough light penetration, the crappie will be able to reproduce.
How fast should I troll for crappie?
It’s best to troll at 0.7 mph with an electric motor. A 116-ounce jig will fall about 7 feet and a 18-ounce jig will fall about 12 feet.
What is long-line trolling for crappie?
The long-line trolly is a technique that presents crappie jigs on multiple lines behind the boat. Monk Wilson is a crappie expert from Liberty, North Carolina.
Can you troll for crappie in the winter?
If you want to slow troll for crappie, the late winter is a good time to start. If you’re skeptical of the technique, try pushing eight 16-footers in 3 feet of water for angry 2 pound slabs, and then make your decision.
Can you troll a jig?
Jigs can be trolled directly behind the boat, but they can also be used to troll with in-line boards.
What is longlining fishing for crappie?
A crappie lands on the gunnel. Then one more, and one more. The technique is called longlining and it is the opposite of spider-rigging. Spider-rig enthusiasts use livebait and tubes.
Where do I troll crankbaits for crappie?
Bass can’t live below the thermocline so they form tight schools at the mouths of major creek. They are suspended up to 15 feet into the water. If I mark bait on my graph, I will find crappie.
How do you troll for crappie in the winter?
Late winter crappie can be found on the ledges leading up to the shallows in lakes and rivers that have steep banks. The angler can fish from shallow water to mid-level depths if he pushes multiple baits parallel to the bank.