Check out this video featuring Crappie Dan and learn how he rigs up using his livescope to zero in on the crappie!
BAIT STYLES RELATED TO TECHNIQUES
In this video, Crappie Dan gives his recommendations for bait styles related to different techniques!
SLOW TROLLING MIINNOW RIGS
In this video, Crappie Dan talks about slow trolling with the B’nM’ Caps and Coleman Minnow Rig.
B’n’M RODS FOR PULLING
What’s the best B’n’M rod for pulling? Well, we are glad you asked! Check out this video featuring Crappie Dan to learn more about his favorite Rod and Reel combo for pulling.
BAIT SELECTION TIPS
In this video, Crappie Dan discusses the Road Runner 1/16 oz and a Bobby Garland baby shad. He talks about the colors his pond crappie and blue gill prefer, and how to choose colors that will work for the body of water you’re fishing!
Crappie Dan offers some tips on the most efficient way to pre-tie crappie fishing rigs. Getting rigs tied in advance saves time on the water which means more fish in the boat.
If there is one thing every fisherman knows, it’s that taking care of your equipment is essential to its longevity! In this video, Crappie Dan talks about why his Yamaha Outboard engine maintenance matters.
FALL CRAPPIE FISHING TIPS
In this video, Crappie Dan talks fall crappie fishing. In October, the crappie have been eating a lot of shad and you can often find them out in open waters as opposed to in brush piles. Crappie Dan has a few suggestions to try out, like pulling planer boards.
PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT: DUB-L-SEAT
Seating is an important aspect of how you configure your boat, and Crappie Dan has a favorite: the Dub-L-Seat.
PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT: RIGRAP
Crappie Dan is out fishing on the Alabama River with a tip on using RIGRAP’s and why he uses them to make switching out rigs so much easier!
THE BEST B’N’M POLE FOR SPIDER RIGGING
Two important factors when you’re spider rigging is the distance away from the boat and the sensitivity of the pole you’re using.
PROTECT YOUR TRANSDUCER
Transducers mounted to the back of the boat or on the trolling motor suffer a lot of abuse. Factory brackets are not made to suffer a solid impact which can easily end with the need to replace the transducer — a very costly item. Using high quality protectors such as Transducer Shield and Savers will solve that problem.