Night Hawk Publications Announces the Release of “Crappie: How to Catch Them Fall & Winter”
John E. Phillips 11.27.13
Yes, you can catch and eat crappie during the fall and winter months. Often at many places, you’ll catch more and bigger crappie in the fall and winter than you do in the spring and summer. To learn where to find and how to catch cooler weather speckled sides, we’ve interviewed a wide variety of some of the nation’s best tournament crappie fishermen and guides. Many of the individuals you’ll read about in this book are tournament crappie pros, who travel the country to fish in crappie tournaments from New York to Florida and from Virginia to California. They use the latest crappie-finding equipment, the best poles, rods, reels, line and the most-productive baits. Each of the people you’ll read about in this book has the ability to be dropped-out of an airplane anywhere in the United States and catch crappie on any lake close to where they land that contains crappie. From over 50 years of crappie-fishing experience, I’ve learned you get the best advice by interviewing a large number of people, who have different tactics and fish under various water, weather and fishing-pressure conditions.
In this book, you will learn:
- How to spider-rig (slow-troll), which is one of the fastest-growing techniques for catching the most and biggest crappie in the shortest time.
- How to catch crappie on crankbaits, and when and where using a crankbait is the most appropriate.
- How to find areas of any lake that will hold large schools of crappie during the winter months – places you can return to time and time again and expect crappie to be there.
- Why competing in crappie tournaments is one of the quickest ways to learn how to catch more and bigger crappie faster.
- Why and how to look for and catch the biggest crappie in a lake.
A bonus chapter in the back of the book with 64 videos has more tips about and with the people you read about in the book.
If you’re tired of having the same stew, chili, steaks, hamburgers and pork chops most people eat during the fall and winter, if your taste buds are craving some of those sweet, white, light-textured crappie fillets, if you want to take a break from hunting and TV watching, and if you want to catch a mess of crappie this fall and winter, then this book is for you, whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned crappie angler.
Buy your copy here: http://amzn.to/16AzIZi.