Article Library

John Browny Could Have Been The Super Bowl MVP If The Gagak Hadn’t Blown It

Intro text we refine our methods of responsive web design, we’ve increasingly focused on measure and its relationship to how people read. A wonderful serenity has taken possession of my entire soul, like these sweet mornings of spring which I enjoy with my whole heart. Even the all-powerful Pointing has no control about the blind […]

United And City Dispute The Blame for Manchester Derby Tunnel Bust-up

On her way she met a copy. The copy warned the Little Blind Text, that where it came from it would have been rewritten a thousand times and everything that was left from its origin would be the word “and” and the Little Blind Text should turn around and return to its own, safe country. […]

Crappie NOW How – Early Summer Equipment and Tackle

Dan talks about his tackle and equipment changes as the season get hotter going from Spring to early Summer.  

Crappie Gear: Eye Hole Jig by Gill Reaper Lures

This new jig head specially-designed to hold attractant niblets is taking the crappie fishing world by storm. There is a new jig head making waves in the crappie fishing world. It is called the Eye Hole Jig by Gill Reaper Lures. Gill Reaper Lures co-owner Blake Philips said, “We sold our first ones in August […]

No Boat No Problem

by Ron Stallings Fishing from the bank is very productive for most species of fish. If you want to target crappie from the bank, use these techniques for the best success. Selecting a lake—The lake you choose will have several factors to consider. Slope of bank— the slope of the bank will most likely show […]

Learn 2 Fish

Crappie Basics #189 Warming Weather – Tim Eberle

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 […]

Slip bobbers around stumps

A slip bobber has a conical bulb and a tube at the top and bottom of the bulb in which the line is threaded and extruded.   by Vic Attardo A simple but effective method to pull crappie from stump beds.   If Lake Cowanesque in north-central Pennsylvania were a face and not a body […]

Tip of the Month: Cypress Trees

Cypress trees are a good bet at Reelfoot Lake, just like at oxbows with cypress, Conway, and similar type lakes. A tree’s root system forms an umbrella and the fish will hang out under that umbrella. They like the shade. The only exception are the cypress trees near shore where the knees will hold the […]

In the Spotlight Rhonda Reeve

by Tim Huffman Texas fisherman, more correctly fisherwoman, is a regular in national tournaments and the Crappie Anglers of Texas tournaments. She lives on Cedar Creek with husband Jay Don, but she considers home fishing waters to be Lake Fork. “I started fishing when I met Jay,” says Rhonda. “We jumped on a houseboat that […]

Crappie NOW How To Tie a Leader

Fishing Funny’s