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Crappie Report

With cool temps and clear skies its a great time of the year to find Crappie in “winter patterns” and schooled up. Try trolling over flats or casting into and around cover and structure.
Two-inch Kalin Grubs have always been a favorite bait for AZ Slab Seekers but lately a lot [...]

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Crappie Report: Good News from Barlett

Since my last report I’ve heard real good news from Bartlett. Several anglers have reported good numbers of Crappie been caught up river trolling crankbaits and grubs. Plus much to my surprises many small Crappie under 10” are being caught. This is very good news as for the past few years we have worried that [...]

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Arizona Crappie Report

As the lake’s surface temps drop the crappie are starting to school up but are still pretty much inactive. The Bob Hirsch Crappie Classic (hosted by the Arizona Crappie Association) was at Roosevelt Lake this past weekend. Out of 13 teams only 10 crappies were caught with the biggest being 1 lb 7 ozs, a [...]

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Crappie Report

The dog days of summer may be over soon but evening storms are making Crappie fishing extremely tough. During the day it has been very slow and at night can be risky as high winds can creep in with almost no notice.
Roosevelt- The lake is at 82 percent and slowly dropping. I haven’t heard of [...]

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Crappie Report

The crappie are slowly starting their transition to fall patterns. However, it could take several more weeks before really large schools are found in open water. For now night fishing under lights is still the best bet.
Roosevelt: I have heard several reports of really good numbers being caught at night. Several anglers have caught between [...]

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Crappie Report

The Crappie are slowly starting their transition to fall patterns. However, it could take several more weeks before really large schools are found in open water. For now night fishing under lights is still the best bet.
Roosevelt: I have heard several reports of really good numbers being caught at night. Several anglers [...]

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Crappie Report from Bill

In the past couple weeks I’ve basically heard more of the same. Trolling cranks and grubs early in the morning or late in the afternoon and night fishing under lights are your best bets.
I’ve also heard from a few anglers of good results using Bass Pro Shops “Crappie Beavers”. Cast and retrieve them or troll [...]

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Crappie Report from Bill

In the past couple weeks I’ve basically heard more of the same. Trolling cranks and grubs early in the morning or late in the afternoon and night fishing under lights are your best bets.
I’ve also heard from a few anglers of good results using Bass Pro Shops “Crappie Beavers”. Cast and [...]

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Bill’s Crappie Report

Well it was a slow week for me. I missed 3 days of work with the flu and didn’t get to go fishing. Plus the full moon made night fishing tough. I did hear some good reports though.
Jason from the east valley took his dad to Roosevelt over the weekend and did pretty good at [...]

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