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Thread: Driftmaster Best Advice Contest #1522- Ends end of Aug, 2015 - win 8 Crappie Stalkers

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    Default Driftmaster Best Advice Contest #1522- Ends end of Aug, 2015 - win 8 Crappie Stalkers

    Yes you can win 8 Crappie Stalkers, eight of these: T-275-HCrappie Stalker System

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    A complete setup for Spider Rigging, all independent and individually adjustable. Please visit: Driftmaster-Black River Tools



    Designed to totally isolate rods and eliminate rod movement. Adjusting one rod on a T-bar can cause the others to move, spooking fish. The T-275 puts each rod with its own T-bar; eliminating movement of one rod while adjusting another. Less spooked fish means more strikes. Each holder mounts individually so total customization of your fishing platform is achieve with Crappie Stalker system.

    This is a "Best Fishing Advise" contest. Please post what you feel is the best advise you can give anyone starting off Crappie Fishing.

    Be original, and include at least one picture please. The contest will be objectively judged by myself, my family members, and a few of my close personal friends at Crappie.com.

    Good luck winning this great big prize pack.

    Disclaimer: Prizes and Rules subject to change without notice.

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    LEARN ONE TECHNIQUE AT A TIME .

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    Be persistent and don't be afraid to try new things if you aren't getting bit.

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    Float and fly can be hot from the bank in spring. Find the depth the fish like and slowly reel the bait in and let the fun begin. The most important it never hurts to throw some back to to sire the next generation. Take time to enjoy the day.
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    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle
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    Read, ask questions, watch videos, and go fishing as often as you possible.

    To catch fish consistently, it is best to understand, that catching fish is "NOT" luck.

    Have fun.
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    don't be afraid to try new things

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    Some of the worst winter weather brings some of the best crappie fishing. This one is my personal best at just 2 ounces shy of 3lbs. 16.5 inch fish. Weather was cold and rainy, just a degree or two above freezing. Wind was howling with 14" waves on the lake. Caught allot of fish that night and the lake all to myself. Name:  uploadfromtaptalk1430465432483.jpg
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    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle

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    catching fish is "NOT" luck.

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    Knowledge...read (and watch videos) everything you can on crappie fishing techniques, crappie habitat and habits, etc. and then apply when you go fishing. If someone is catching fish and your not, ask questions...I have learned several techniques that have put fish in the boat consistently by asking other fishermen questions.

    And lastly GO FISHING as much as possible, nothing beats actually learning what catches fish on a day to day basis than experience.

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    Read everything that you can on CRAPPIE.COM
    You will learn a ton of information. If you are new, start small and don't go buy everything that is out. I would start with a simple rod and reel, nothing fancy.
    Fish with minnows until you get the hang of catching.
    When jigging, raise your rod tip very slow about an inch at a time and wait for a hit.
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