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    Default Trolling for Crappies

    One of the most effective ways that I catch them is by trolling, what about you guys?Name:  20190425_144224.jpg
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    The picture proves you are doing it the right way nice catch
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    Nice catch


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    Great catch!

    Trolling is definitely an effective method to put numbers in the boat. I still prefer vertical jigging though, because I like to feel the thump & enjoy the battle on UL 10 poles! Everyone has different preferences though...


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    Quote Originally Posted by JigRigPreacher View Post
    Great catch!

    Trolling is definitely an effective method to put numbers in the boat. I still prefer vertical jigging though, because I like to feel the thump & enjoy the battle on UL 10 poles! Everyone has different preferences though...


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    i single pole em. love fishing brush piles and laydowns for spawn. I have several bnm rods. I still use a bucks jig pole from the 1990s 12 ft when I lived in Mississippi. works great with solo reel. I have trolled but damn the hang ups and other bass and bream I hook up.
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    What are you best troll lures? I use medium dive crankbaits.

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    Nice!

    There are kits of 6 crankbaits on Amazon in many colors, sizes and designs for super cheap and free s/h.
    Good reviews. Tempted to order some.

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