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The right rod for crappies – video

Hall of Fame angler “Tackle” Terry Tuma talks about using the proper rod when trying to catch summer crappies. He suggests a heavier rod, but one with a sensitive tip. A seven-foot rod with a

Always, change: The angling revolutions

Perhaps the most important modern advancements in fishing technology revolve around electronics. The development of sonar technologies such as side-imaging, down-imaging, and, most recently, forward-facing sonar, have forever changed fishing for many anglers.

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Deep-water crappies in the fall

By Angling Buzz Cooling water temperatures create chaos in the shallower water of lakes and reservoirs. Frigid rains and howling winds mix the surface layers, with the turbulence eventually reaching down to and disrupting the

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Crappie craziness – in mid-summer?

In the Midwest, crappies are the king of the spring. But mid-summer crappies can be a lot more rewarding than one might think: Productive days during the summer months can often yield much higher catch

Massive crappie kill in Indiana lake

COLUMBIA CITY, Ind. — State DNR fisheries biologists have collected fish and water samples at a northeastern Indiana lake as the result of a fish kill involving thousands of crappies, the agency said Thursday. The

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