You can catch crappie all year long if you know where to find them and what techniques to use to catch them. However, crappie fishing is so technical these days, and we've learned so much about how to crappie fish because of the professional crappie-fishing circuits, that one book can't hold all the information. This book is the first of a three-part series on how, where, and when to catch crappie, with the best crappie fishermen in the nation. Many of these men have proven they are the best, because they've won crappie-fishing tournaments or been successful fishing guides for many years.
This audio version of Crappie: How to Catch Them Spring and Summer includes crappie pros like Ronnie Capps, who has won seven national championships and over $1 million with his partner Steve Coleman. We also have Malcolm Lane, Stokes McClellan from North Carolina, Billy Blakeley from Reelfoot Lake, John Woods, Kent Driscoll, fishing biologist and professional basser Ken Cook, and many others. We asked the questions that crappie fishermen want answered about how to find and catch crappie during the spring and summer months, and these fishing tips are the result. In the world of crappie fishing, no one man knows it all, and that's why I've interviewed so many fishermen, asked so many questions, and tried to get so many answers for you about how to fish.
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Very basic question and answer on crappie fishing
There was no story line it is just a bunch of interviews with various guides/fisherman about crappie fishing on various lakes
Whoever read this book has no clue about fishing. Very awkward pauses, words mispronounced, the worse narrator I have ever heard. I almost would have just preferred listening to a computer voice.
The book is okay I guess. Not good for audible at all though. If you are looking for crappie fishing tips you probably can find all you want online that are much better.