Going to Whale Tail Tomorrow

October 27, 2016 10:45 am0 commentsViews: 58

The weather has been Novemberish here in the last week of October, meaning chilly and overcast. Tomorrow, though is expected to be brighter and warmer, and I will be hitting WhaleTail in pursuit of their reputed mammoth crappies.

Fall Crappie fishing

Now the warmer weather and brighter sky may not be a good thing for fishing, but will make the day more pleasant for me the occasional fisher.

Fall is one of the best times of year for Crappies, beating out the spring by virtue of a seasons worth of growth. The crappies should be bigger.

To get ready I reviewed my recent post with a video by the Lindy folks that I found useful. See:

And today I found another video of note on the 3 C’s of Crappie fishing in the fall;

My fishing partner, Red Nelson will regale me with stories weather the fish are biting or not. He comments on how its the season to rake leaves, buy the sinter propane, put the garden to bed, but NOT to put the boat away. He likes soft water fishing, and I do too.  At least up until the time for Ice fishing which is still at least a month or two away, here in Minnesota.

Catching crappies in the fall



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