By the time June rolls around the weather is beginning to warm and the crappies are moving deeper and searching for a comfortable ambush spot for their next meal. Anglers who adjust their presentation to the crappie’s behavior will have the most luck catching them.
“Concentrate on deeper water structure that time of year,” advises Florida crappie angler, Tim Eberle. “As the fish transition to the summertime pattern, they will also be looking for shade. Make your presentations to ledges with wood, docks, and bridge pilings. In fact, look for any structure that will provide the fish with shade.”
“This is also a good time to try some dock shooting,” added Eberle. “The hotter the weather the better!”