Crappie and Crappie Fishing Lures

Crappie Fishing Lures are separated by Crappie Fishing Lure Manufacturer.

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Recommended Crappie Fishing Lures, Crappie Jigs and Crappie Fishing Kits:

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Crappie Fishing Lures: The crappie is considered an excellent game fish when taken on light tackle. Extreme care must be taken in landing these fish because their mouths are very tender. Anglers specializing in catching black crappie know that to be successful the bait must be kept constantly moving. The best Crappie Fishing Lures are Jigs with small minnows or plastic minnows cast along the outer edges of weed beds or submerged structure. The crappie like to lie in weed beds in deep water during the day and bite best in early morning or toward evening. In summer, with the abundance of small fish for feed, they are more difficult to catch. Tiny Jigs and small minnows are used as bait in the winter.

Habitat: Crappie, common name of either of two species of North American fish found in ponds and streams of the Mississippi Valley and Great Lakes areas. They resemble the various species of bass and sunfish. The white crappie has six spines in its dorsal fin; the black crappie has seven or eight dorsal spines. Both fish weigh up to 2.2 kg (up to 5 lb). An adult crappie measures 30 cm (12 in).

Biology: Crappies belong to the family Centrarchidae. They constitute the genus Pomoxis. White crappies are classified as Pomoxis annularis. Black crappies are classified as Pomoxis nigromaculatus