Summer Patterns Have Begun Here in The North

Crappie have finished up the spawning process here in the north country and you will be able to find them starting to fall into their summer pattern. To get into some nice crappie you may want to try fishing the deep weed edges, cabbage beds in 4′ to 7′ of water, downed trees, rock bar edges and cribs.

CrappieFIRST’s Keith Worrall offers tips for catching crappie in the reed beds

Water temps are on the rise here in the north country and crappie are spawning or already finishing up the process. Target the shallows in 2′ to 5′ near reed beds, muddy bottom bays, brush, stumps, lilly pads and cattails.

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