Georgia Crappie Fishing

Latest Crappie Fishing Articles

By Nick Carter | March 30, 2010

Against The Grain For Black Shoals Crappie

Among fishermen, there are a few maxims that generally hold true regardless of when or where you’re fishing…

By Don Baldwin | February 23, 2010

March Trolling Tips For Catching Allatoona Slabs

March is a time of transition. Winter is still hanging on to its grip, but an occasional warm…

By Bill Baab | January 6, 2010

Catching Clarks Hill Crappie Deep In The Timber

Picture, in your mind’s eye, a 45-foot-high hardwood tree lying on its side 35 to 40 feet down

By Don Baldwin | April 1, 2009

Crappie and Kids Are a Great West Point Combo

Spring is probably the best part of the year to introduce a kid to fishing. Warm sunny days…

By Nick Carter | February 1, 2009

Bigger Fish To Fry

Crappie-tournament anglers don’t care about taking home a cooler full of fish for the fryer. Loading the boat

By Nick Carter | February 1, 2009

Sinclair Crappie Trolling Techniques

Crappie-tournament anglers don’t care about taking home a cooler full of fish for the fryer. Loading the boat…

By Nick Carter | April 29, 2008

Getting Serious About Crappie

For most anglers, crappie fishing is an enjoyable way to spend a lazy day on the water filling…

By Roy Kellett | April 1, 2008

Humps & Docks Attract April’s Clarks Hill Crappie

If you’re a gambler (which I am not due to a streak of bad luck as wide as

By Capt. Bert Deener | March 1, 2008

Trollin’ Up Gillis PFA Crappie in March

When Tony Allen told me the night before our early February trip that he had some new “goodies”

By Don Baldwin | March 1, 2008

Load The Boat With Allatoona Crappie

Spring in the Peach State comes early when compared with the rest of the country. By the beginning