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    Shooting docks can pay off dividends in a nice heaping plate of crappie fillets. On the lakes I fish dock shooting is a relatively untapped resource. There just aren't that many people doing it. It is also a great place to start crappie fishing.

    Beyond the need for some type of watercraft ( anything from a boat to a kayak will do) all you need is a couple of poles of your choice. I used anything from a 6' to a 7'6" rod to shoot with. Get yourself some jigs in styles and colors popular for your lake and you are all set to amaze your buddies by catching fish few people even try for and put some fish on the table. No need for fancy electronics or other expensive gizmos. A good topo map will give you an idea where the great habitat is located. YouTube is a great resource for learning the technique and you can practice at home with and old dinning room chair, a bucket, or an old box. A cereal box with the opening laid horizontal or vertical will give you a challenge and get you ready for shooting those tough areas where the slabs hide.

    Dock shooting produces year round with the exception when the crappie are spawning. Highly stressed post spawn crappie relate heavily to docks that are deeply shaded with little or no activity. Find an abandoned dock or one that has spider webs showing little use close to deep water and you have found a potential honey hole. Grab a pole, hop in the boat and go shoot yourself up a mess of crappie. Bet you have a blast!



    DockShootinJack, please PM me (Slab) your mailing address and shirt size and you'll receive your runner up prize package of Crappie.com goodies and Bobby Garland goodies. Thank you Driftmaster and Bobby Garland for your ongoing support of Crappie.com. Crappie.com sponsors and members are the best.

    This article was originally published in forum thread: Driftmaster Best Advice Contest #1522- Ends end of Aug, 2015 - win 8 Crappie Stalkers started by Slab View original post
    Comments 15 Comments
    1. elkhunter's Avatar
      elkhunter -
      Gotta try it!
    1. papasage's Avatar
      papasage -
      love that dock shooting. know i need to do more practice but getting fair at it .
    1. crappie4me2's Avatar
      crappie4me2 -
      I have never done the dock shooting but gotta try it for sure.
    1. "D"'s Avatar
      "D" -
      Way to go Jack!!
    1. jackie53's Avatar
      jackie53 -
      Thanks congrats good post and advice.
    1. scrat's Avatar
      scrat -
      Congratulations Jack. Real good dock shooting advice.
    1. Dave and Lynn's Avatar
      Dave and Lynn -
      Good advice.
    1. skeetbum's Avatar
      skeetbum -
      good post and advice, congrats.
    1. RetiredRR's Avatar
      RetiredRR -
      Congrats on being a winner too.
    1. brucec's Avatar
      brucec -
      Very good info and advice, congrats!!!
    1. SlabSlider's Avatar
      SlabSlider -
      Nice!
    1. Speckanator's Avatar
      Speckanator -
      good info
    1. Slabprowler's Avatar
      Slabprowler -
      Way to go Jack sorry you left GODS country been thinking of though
    1. STUMP HUNTER's Avatar
      STUMP HUNTER -
      Good advice!!!
    1. PondLinerRepair's Avatar
      PondLinerRepair -
      Really great post about dock shooting, I really enjoy your advice. Congrats!!
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