Controlled Depth Fishing Technique

There are many effective fishing techniques that fisherman use to catch fish. Traditional cast and retrieve, jigging, rigs, and float methods are common practice. Controlled depth fishing combines all techniques to trigger their aggression. Gear Controlled depth fishing method includes a float, jighead, and lure. Depending on the depth and flow of the water use a 1/32 ounce jighead. Freaky worms are ideal for controlled depth fishing because the fish just can't resist the action of the weighted tail. Use a round float to slow down the bait down or a cigar float for a faster retrieve. For a light bite use a smaller float. A 9 foot rod is ideal for employing this method because it allows one t

Cold Water Crappie Techniques

Crappie is one of American's most sought after panfish. These fish are fun to catch and tasty. This article explains proven tactics that will catch cold water crappie. When crappie fishing cold water temps in the mid 40's to mid 50's look for structure next to deep water. It's no secret that crappie like wood. Locate wood structure adjacent to 20-30 foot deep water. These panfish will move from the deep water into the structure to feed. Standing timber in 5-10 feet of water next to deep water is ideal. Under water brush piles are also hot spots. Once the structure has been found its time to select the correct technique. Search for crappie first until a school is found by using a 1/32 or 1/16

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