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Crappie Basics #73 – Big Bait

Big bait, big fish. In Mississippi big means a 1/4-ounce, 3-inch jig with a 3-inch minnow. Everything is relative to where you are fishing, but … Continue reading Crappie Basics #73 – Big Bait

Big bait, big fish. In Mississippi big means a 1/4-ounce, 3-inch jig with a 3-inch minnow. Everything is relative to where you are fishing, but experiences on the lakes where most of the big crappie come from, show the fish want a big bait. I’m guessing it’s because they can get the biggest bang for the buck, in other words, spend the least amount of energy for the most food when they eat a bigger bait. Look at the mouth of a big crappie and you can see it’s no problem to swallow a big bait. …Kent Driscoll


NC-Crappie Round Up
Hill’s Minnow Farm 704-633-7413
High Rock Lake, March 16th to May 14th. Tagged fish worth up to $4000 and a total value of $42,125 can be chased with an $8 fee for all 60 days.


 

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