Deep Water Crappie
Deep Water in Texas?
Most of the year Texas crappie will be in deeper waters -- especially during the hot "dog days of summer". And, when it really gets hot, you better plan on deep water tactics after dark!
What is Deep Water?
Bait is Most Productive Year Round?
During hot and cold weather crappie rank as the pickiest
eaters on earth and just flat will not expend energy eating something
that is not eatable.
What Rig to Use?
Where to Fish?
Anchor right on top of the pile so your bait presentation
will also be right on top of the pile. A custom brush pile anchor is a
must for this situation. I use self built 15 lb block of lead poured
around an eyebolt. The compact shape and weight when dropped in a brush
pile will hold any boat during any wind right on target.
Be aware! The brush piles marked on maps get fished hard so get on the pile early (or after dark). Your only other option here is to fish with a guide on his private brush piles or build your on secret piles.
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