Georgia Crappie Fishing

Latest Crappie Fishing Articles

By Brad Gill | April 14, 2018

Rabun Lake Record Black Crappie

Corey Gosnell holds the current Lake Rabun black crappie record with a 1-lb., 14-oz. fish he caught on

By John N. Felsher | April 4, 2018

Planer Board For Better Crappie Spread

The old favorite methods still work in any Georgia waters, but if Southern crappie anglers want to catch

By Daryl Gay | March 12, 2018

Sinclair’s Experimental Crappie

March ushers in the long-awaited first week of spring, but weather this month is capricious at best—and cussed

By Craig James | December 14, 2017

Southeast Georgia River Crappie

If you’re a crappie fisherman in Georgia, I think you would agree that December is undoubtedly one of

By Capt. Bert Deener | December 5, 2017

Ocmulgee PFA Re-opens To Anglers

The sound of casts whizzing through the air and anglers setting the hook can once again be heard

By Greg Grimes | May 12, 2017

Eufaula’s Best Crappie Bite Comes After The Spawn

Call Tony Adams the antithesis of the typical crappie fisherman. Unlike many casual anglers who only pursue slabs

By Brad Gill | March 30, 2017

Slab Crappie From Illinois Turning Southern Heads

A black crappie caught at Lake Kinkaid in Illinois earlier this week by Ryan Povolish has some Georgia slab hunters turning their

By Ronnie Garrison | March 4, 2017

Weiss Great For Spring Crappie

Crappie fishermen know they are headed to the right lake when they get near Weiss and start seeing

By Craig James | January 3, 2017

Winter Winter Crappie Dinner

If there was a crappie fishing Hall of Fame, you could bet your boat Russell McQuaig would be

By Capt. Bert Deener | December 6, 2016

Lake Mayers Crappie

One of the first articles I ever wrote was more than a decade ago and was about a