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Crappie Tournaments 2019

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Crappie Tournaments  2020 N/A







Limestone bass Forms will be on hand and can be filled out before the tournament . All rules from the club shall apply. Kids are welcome to particiate as long as they are with someone over the age of 18 years.

Entry fee...... $30.

Weight-in at 2pm at the launch.

10 crappie per boat...... All alive at weigh - in.

NO live bait.

Payout------ 100% payback of the # of boats.    40% 1st, 30% 2nd  20 % 3rd lucky chip draw 10%

*** please be advised that pay structure can change depending on # of boats entered. 

Please confirm if you are able to attend so I can post the # of boats. If you have any Question call me,email me...or Facebook.Hope to see everyone and have some laughs and fun fishing. Be safe 

Crappie

Crappies are a genus, Pomoxis, of North American fresh water fish in the sunfish family Centrarchidae. Both species in this genus are popular pan fish. The genus name Pomoxis derives from the Greek πώμα and οξύς. The common name, derives from the Canadian French crapet, which refers to many different fishes of the sunfish family. Other names for crappie are papermouths, strawberry bass, speckled bass or specks, speckled perch, crappie bass, calico bass,, sac-a-lait and Oswego bass

More about Crappie

Angling for crappies

Angling for crappie is popular throughout much of North America. Methods vary,  a fisherman may use only one rod during the open water season.)  Some of the most popular are plastic jigs with lead jig heads, crankbaits or live minnows.  Crappies are also regularly targeted and caught during the spawning period by fishermen, and can be taken from frozen ponds and lakes in winter by ice fishing

Keeping the kids busy

Abby  loves to crappie fish.......Great job Abby