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Discussion in 'Crappie Fishing' started by 18lbflathead, Nov 20, 2006.
:0a23: Do crappie bite in the late or early winter and fall?:confused2: Thank you for your post!
early is best for me
The fall and winter is some of the best crappie fishing of the year. My dad always said you catch more fish in the spring but bigger fish in the fall, and I think that is true. It has been great starting about the first of Oct and will be till the lake iced in.
Catch em all winter. Last year was real good with the mild winter we had. Usually catch more of the larger ones in the winter.
During the spring (spawn) I get more fish but not as big as I am getting now. I have not caught alot this fall but the size is there. I am fishing one foot off bottom around brush and stumps. Red and white jig with nibbles enjected it to the jig.
I have the best luck in the winter. (luck meaning pure skill.)
I have caught some really good Crappies right after the thaw.
Winter is the best time because crappie are movin a lot in the summer it just dont work:0a17:
Hey man i hope this helps you out
Here in NW Oklahma we have been catching them for the last 3 months. Right now were are fishing thru the ice around brush piles in the local lake and I have put close to 250 of them in the freezer so far. Winter is a great time to fish to fish for them.
Ok, where at, I want some!!!
I went to a local lake yesterday (a bigger one at 10,000 acres) and caught quite a few. I was fishing ice jigs tipped with little minnows. I tried wax worms too but mainly got gills, the crappie were enjoying the minnows. the air outside is cold at around 15 and i'm not sure about the water but they are still biting! didn't catch any monsters but it was just nice to get out and temporily fix that fishing itch and get rid of the cabin fever.
I was fishing off a dock where the creek channel cuts real close to the bank. it goes from 8 feet to 22 and they are stacked along it and along the bottom.
They will school up tight this time of year in about 40 to 60 feet around brush