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Find Shad, Find Crappie! (February 1, 2023 4:06 pm)
Here’s How You Catch The Winter Blue Cats (February 17, 2023 8:56 am)
“Catch Crappie During The Spawn” (April 25, 2023 4:58 pm)

Fishing

Here’s How You Catch The Winter Blue ...

Feb 17, 2023Comments off

Blue catfish have the feed bag on gorging themselves on the abundant food supply since the recent shad kill on Truman Lake. Capt Jeff Faulkenberry

“Catch Crappie During The Spawn”...

Apr 25, 2023Comments off

The crappie spawn is what a lot of crappie anglers look forward to every year. The action is usually fast and there can be lots

Crappie From Elk City Lake With Crappie Cow...

May 30, 2023Comments off

Crappie in Kansas may not be high on your list for great crappie fishing but maybe it should. On this G3 Sportsman episode, Craig Nichols

Sunset Crappie. Watch The Thermocline.

Jun 30, 2023Comments off

Catching crappie in the hot months of Summer can be challenging at times. Have you ever though to check the thermocline? On this G3 Sportsman

Where To Find Summer Crappie

Aug 22, 2023Comments off

Crappie in the Summer are just like us and not happy when its hot. On this G3 Sportsman episode, Scott Turnage gets a few secrets

Catching Late Summer Crappie

Sep 13, 2023Comments off

Crappie can still be caught in the late Summer days but they maybe a bit finicky. We joined our old buddy Kyle Lasater (who you

Catch Fall Transition Catfish

Oct 25, 2023Comments off

“To catch catfish in the Fall you may want to sometimes think to look shallow.” At least thats where to look on Truman Lake says

Fall Transition Crappie

Nov 21, 2023Comments off

The crappie have moved into their Fall transition and Scott Turnage (G3 Sportsman) travels to Pomme de Terre Lake in MO to hook up with

Bottom Bouncing For Crappie

Feb 19, 2024Comments off

The crappie are migrating up the rivers from Table Rock Lake to their annual spawning grounds and G3 Sportsman Scott Turnage and long time friend

Find Shad, Find Crappie!

Feb 01, 2023Comments off

Catching crappie can be a whole lot easier when you find their bait source. Most likely that will be shad so, find the shad, find