Kyle Stoffel, competitor in the Crappie Masters Alabama River tournament in May, says, “June crappie are very dependent upon water temperature. They’ll likely start in middle depths but migrate to deeper water as the water warms.
“Where you fish is a combination of experience and knowing where crappie go. In May the fish have been at three feet deep and 15 feet because of the different water temperatures in different areas. In June the water will be warmer and depths more constant.”
“Technology is everything when you are looking for fish in deeper holes. You can’t find them without it. Side View or similar imaging lets you see what’s down below and see what’s on it.”
Kyle Stoffel is from Alabama and is sponsored by Cathouse Marine and Yamaha.