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Crappie Fishing – Vertical Jigging For Big Slabs On Lake Guntersville
Today I do some crappie fishing around bridge columns looking for some slabs! Thank you so much for watching, if you enjoyed the video please leave a like and don’t forget to subscribe for more content. See you guys next time!
Wally Marshall aka Mr. Crappie is well-known for his crappie prowess and good humor. He shares a good bit of how-to in this video on fishing sunken brush piles for crappie. This is evergreen content for all seasons, and everywhere crappie swim. His strategy forgoes the comfort of bobbers, instead, relying on presenting soft plastics vertically using long and sensitive rods. He takes us through his rod, reel and line setup, discusses jig and plastics, and how to properly work jigs to temp crappies into biting. As a bonus, you’re likely to get a few chuckles from one of our favorite crappie personalities.
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Went crappie fishing at a local lake yesterday and ended the day with 10 keepers. In the video I explain how I caught these crappie. The local conservation police payed me a visit and checked my fish, and they were very respectful and polite.
Crappie fishing in the winter ( December – January), with tips on crappie patterns to help increase catch odds in cold water. Winter crappie fishing can be a blast, as the fish condense and school in certain areas like docks, bridge pillars, and submerged trees. Use a 1/64th ounce jig tipped and jig it very slowly.
Crappie Fishing with a Deeper Smart Fishfinder at Little Seneca Lake in MD
Big fish of the day at 7:00
Thermocline (metalimnion) – is a thin but distinct layer in a large body of water in which temperature changes more rapidly with depth than it does in the layers above or below. In this video I demonstrate how the temperature of the water at the surface (epilimnion) was significantly colder than the temperature of the water at the bottom (hypolimnion). The reason why this happens is because water is one of the rare substances that floats when in its solid form (ice). So, as the water reaches a freezing point, it becomes less dense as it starts to form a crystalline structure and actually rises to the surface, while the warmer water remains at the bottom. However, during the summer, the colder water is found at the bottom while the warmer water is found at the surface. As you’re probably aware, hot air rises and cold air sinks, the same can be applied to water when in a completely liquid state. During the spring and fall, “turnovers” occur where the layers in the water become uniform in temperature for a period of time.
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Location: Little Seneca Lake – Boyds, Maryland
Date: January 14th, 2016
Primary Pattern: Fishing small minnow imitation baits in 15-25 feet of water
Time Fished: 11:30 am – 3:30 pm
Air Temp: High of 43 degrees, low of 37 degrees
Water Temp: 44 degrees (bottom) – 37 degrees (surface)
Water Clarity: 36 inches
Conditions: Clear sunny skies with winds from the SSW up to 7 mph
Hatcam used: Gopro hero 4 silver (1080p, 60 FPS, medium FOV) – chesty + external audio
Fishfinder used: Deeper Smart Fishfinder
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