John's Journal... Entry 209, Day 1
KENT DRISCOLL ON CRANKBAITING FOR CRAPPIE
Driscoll Goes After Large Crappie
EDITOR'S NOTE: Kent Driscoll of Cordova, Tennessee, enjoys crappie fishing so much that he fishes the Crappie U.S.A. and North American Crappie Tournament trails and belongs to the Troll Mate Crappie Club in Memphis, Tennessee. For the next week, I'll tell you about the tactics Driscoll employs for the summer months to take suspended crappie. This week we'll learn about crankbaiting for big crappie.
Question: When you crankbait for crappie, you troll with
the big motor at speeds up to 2 m.p.h. Will crappie take a bait that moves
So, this is a way you can sort out your fish?
Question: You don't fish for just any crappie?
To learn more about Lake Arkabutla, Driscoll's favorite crappie-trolling lake near Hernando, Mississippi, go to www.visitmississippi.org, or call (800) WARMEST. You also can go to www.hernandoms.org or call the chamber of commerce at (662) 429-9055, or check out the Days Inn in Hernando at (662) 429-0000, or see www.thedaysinn.com.
TOMORROW: DRISCOLL'S CHOICE OF CRANKBAITS AND EQUIPMENT
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Day 1 - Driscoll Goes After