Learn To Make The Best Crappie Minnows
Category: fishing tips
Feb 27th, 2019 by Keith Worrall 376
Modified Feb 27th, 2019 at 11:43 AM
With the infestation of muddy water in The South right now many anglers are turning to chartreuse color baits. This makes the live Chartreuse Fire Dye minnow more valuable than ever. See how recent Crappie Masters tournament winners C&M Guide Service use these minnows to gain success.
Crappie Candy: Learn to Make the Best Crappie Minnows
Professional crappie fishing is becoming more popular each year. And, having top-notch bait is crucial to successful in these tournaments. That’s why crappie pro Eric Cagle of C&M Guide Service Fire Dyes his crappie minnows. He wants a chartreuse bait that stands out and remains lively. Meanwhile, rather than using the recipe on the bottle Cagle tweaked the formula to dye 100s of minnows rather than a few dozen at a time. Find out why and how you can, too, in this episode of Pautzke Outdoors!
*This recipe is only for anglers using large amounts of crappie minnows. Instructions on the bottle work well for most.