Pre-spawn crappie fishing starts now. For example, Florida’s St. Johns River crappie should be in full swing during the first week of February. The spawn slowly moves toward the north as waters warm. Read CrappieNow Digital Magazine, February issue, for the latest in crappie fishing.
January is ice fishing month in the north and bundle up time in the south. Read how experts fish both conditions in this issue of CrappieNow Magazine, January 2018.
The holiday season brings good fishing. Join us at CrappieNow for the December issue where we fish with a quadriplegic guide, have a great tip to an Alabama lake, and revisit the 2017 Crappie USA Classic. Get tips, tactics and more.
Fall crappie fishing can be fantastic. Fish are hungry, active and schooling in tighter groups making them easier to catch. Learn techniques and tips in the November issue of CrappieNow Magazine.
Fall is a time for renewal for fish and fishermen. It’s a great time to get out and enjoy a day on the lake catching crappie.
Fall is a time of transition, movements and turnover. It’s important to know the key success tactics to catch these crappie on the move. CrappieNow Magazine September issue is filled with tips and tactics.
August is hot no matter what part of the country you’re from. However, crappie can still be caught and CrappieNow Digital Magazine helps you catch more.
April is a great crappie fishing month with fish being active and in a variety of depths. CrappieNow Digital Magazine describes where, how and tips for catching crappie.
Check out the latest on ice fishing, crappie tournaments, jig colors, tips and more in the February issue of CrappieNow Magazine.
January means new beginnings for a fishing year. CrappieNow Digital Magazine discusses ice fishing, scents, tournaments and much more in the January issue.