45+ Crappie Fishing Equipments Anglers Will Need (The Ultimate List)

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Crappie Fishing Equipments

Crappie Fishing Equipments

There are so many crappie fishing methods that have been used effectively over the years. Your choice of fishing equipment is mostly dependent on the crappie fishing method you have chosen to use, this post has been written to describe the different categories of crappie fishing equipment frequently needed and used by anglers.

The aim is to help you understand the categories and functions of the equipment. With this information you can plan your crappie fishing expeditions the proper way, carrying along all the crappie fishing equipment you need even when your plans include the use of more than one crappie fishing method to land more crappies.

Crappie Fishing Gear

The gear you need for your fishing trip refers to the equipment that used to set up your fishing lines or rigs. They are so many items that make up the crappie fishing gear. Understanding how they are used can help you set-up your equipment faster and have a better fishing experience. It is not compulsory that you must pack all the gear mentioned in this post every time you are going fishing for crappies. Only the necessary items related to the fishing method you plan to use will be packed in your gear.

Crappie fishing tools

These tools help you make better decisions and control the use of crappie fishing equipment. With these tools, your crappie fishing experience will mostly be easier and pleasant. Crappie fishing tools help you save time, and anglers need to make the best use of time for more success.

Personal Items

You may be gone all day, and for those anglers who wish to land crappies at night, it can take many hours to set up and monitor your fishing equipment. These personal items will keep you safe, comfortable, and in the right mood to patiently wait for the bites on your jigs.

The Ultimate List of Crappie Fishing Equipment

Gear

Crappie Fishing line

A fishing line is a thin cord made from silk, fiber, or nylon. It is run through the fishing rod and attached to the fishing hook before casting or rigging. Some common features of fishing lines include the strength, color for visibility, abrasive features, stretching capacity, and UV resistance.

Anglers choose fishing lines based on the crappie fishing method they want to use. Some factors considered are the length of fishing line and type of water (salt or freshwater). Fishing lines are used for casting, trolling, or setting up rigs. The hooks attached to fishing lines hold the lures and baits that attract crappies. The strength of fishing lines prevents loss when they are hauled from the water.

Lure Set

Fishing lures are synthetic fishing items made to look like minnows, worms, and other baits that attract crappies. There are so many types of lures designed creatively; they are important to catch the attract crappies which get trapped by the hooks when they attempt to eat the lures.

Anglers who use lures have more chances of landing a large number of crappies. Anglers attach lures to the hooks which are then cast at depths where schools of crappies lurk in the rivers or lakes. The attractive features of lures which are similar to crappies favorite foods make them take bites and get hooked. Lures are sold in the regular fishing supplies stores.

Jig

A jig is a weighted lure which is designed to look like baits for crappies. The jig consists of a head, the body, and a hook. Anglers use jigs to catch crappies which are attracted by the brightly colored designs but get trapped by the hook when they attempt to bite the jigs.

When cast, the jigs sink to a depth where the crappies are for more visibility. They are made from high-quality materials suitable for both salt and fresh water. Jigs have been found to be more effective for crappie fishing compared to using baits attached to hooks because the jigs are more attractive to catch the attention of crappies as potential food.

Jig Heads

Jig heads are small weighted objects designed to look like lures attached to the hooks. Some jig heads are rounded while others have the features of minnow heads. The jig heads are weighted and covered with soft plastic to pull the cast line down to water depths where crappies are found. Anglers can choose jig heads based on their weight and the river or lake depth.

Jig heads are effective for trolling crappies; they also yield good results when used to set-up rigs to catch crappies. To attract crappies, some jig heads have 3D eyes painted on them. 

Spinners

The spinners are an innovative type of lures designed by a combination of the hooks, a shiny blade, and the weighted lure. It is used to cause an attractive effect in the water when the lure is sinking to the depth the angler has set. Spinners are easy to use and most recommended for anglers who fish in murky waters.

Spinners make the job of anglers very easy; there are different types of spinners, the single blade spinners and double blade designs which can create more vibration in the water to attract crappies. The crappies swim closer out of curiosity, and they notice the lures, crappies get hooked when they attempt to bite the lures. Spinners can also be used with live baits.

Crankbait

Crankbaits are specially designed lures that are built from hard materials such as wood or plastic with particular care to distribute the weighted of the crankbait. Crankbaits are especially useful for trolling crappies because when used for trolling they move in the pattern similar to smaller live baits which attract crappies. For the best results, crankbaits are trolled at a constant speed.

Crankbaits are designed with colors that match smaller live baits such as the minnows. In the water, the angle of the crankbaits movements makes it easy for crappies to approach from beneath the crankbait to take a bite. This is why the hooks are attached to the rings commonly found on the underside of crankbaits.

Live Bait

Crappie Live Bait

Live baits are essentially the smaller creatures, and fish crappies feed on beneath the water. Common live baits are minnows, worms, crayfish, etc. these live baits attract the crappies which get caught in the hooks while feeding on the live baits.

The choice of life baits is quite broad because of the options; however, anglers try out different types of live baits to find out the type of baits that always attract crappies when they go fishing. Live baits are sold in commercial quantities and can be preserved until they are used as lures for crappies.

Personal Bait Box

The personal bait box is a special fishing equipment used to keep live baits bought in commercial quantities alive until they are needed. Anglers spend so many hours out in the rivers and lakes, without proper handling, the live baits will not survive the weather. These bait boxes are fitted with functional aerators that help to keep the live baits alive.

The functions include providing good insulation that protects the live baits, the lid prevents the live bait from being thrown out during transit, and they are sold in different sizes to meet the needs of anglers who may use small or large numbers of life baits.

Hooks

Hooks come in different sizes and shapes. Without the hooks, anglers will hardly be able the land crappies when casting or setting up rigs. The common types of hooks are the treble hook, bait hook, worm hook, jig heads, etc. The hooks are attached to attractive lures and cast in parts of the water where crappies lurk.

Attracted to the lures, crappies get caught by the hooks while trying to eat the lures attached. Hooks are made from durable metals that are non-corrosive to make them last longer when used in fresh or salt water.

Bobbers/Floats

The bobbers are made from materials that float in water. They are very useful when fishing for crappies. Anglers use bobbers to keep the lures suspended at a depth visible to the crappies. Anglers use bobbers when fishing from the river banks, boats or kayaks.

There are different types of bobbers, the size used depends on the weight of the lure or hook attached. Bobbers are also used as signals; anglers can tell when crappies are taking bites beneath the water from the movement of the bobbers. They are made from durable wood or plastics with buoyancy to float on water.

Rod and Reel

Fishing rods are one of the most common fishing equipment. They hold the fishing line which is controlled by the reel attached to the rod. Fishing rods are made from durable materials such as fiberglass and in different designs. There are spinning fishing rods, trolling rods and the bait fishing rods, etc. the rods also have different lengths depending on the fishing method the angler chooses to use.

Fishing rods used for rigging are usually shorter than casting rods. The reel is used to cast and position the lures at the depth where crappies are most likely to notice the lures, and when crappies are hooked, the reel is used to haul them out of the water.

Sinkers

Anglers need the sinkers to pull the lures on their tackle to the right depths beneath the water. The sinkers keep the lures suspended until crappies attempt to take bites and are hooked. Anglers also use the lures to enable them to cast their lines farther away from their fishing positions.

With heavier lures, anglers can cast lines to reach parts of the rivers where the fishing boats or kayaks may not be able to access. Sinkers are made from lead or iron; however lead sinkers are not often used because of the potential danger lead poses to the environment. They are sold according to their weights which determined the depth and rate of sinking.

Cooler with ice for fish

Anglers who land many crappies during their fishing expeditions need these coolers with ice to prevent the crappies from going bad before they return to the market or their homes. The coolers are properly insulated to keep the ice for longer periods. The need to preserve the crappies that have been caught is important to avoid waste of time and resources.

The coolers usually have well-positioned drains through which the water from slow melting ice drains away to prevent a pool from forming in the cooler which can increase the rate of melting.

There are many types and sizes of coolers, giving anglers the opportunity to choose sizes that will not occupy too much space on the fishing boat. Good coolers can hold ice for up to ten days which is perfect for anglers who go out on long fishing expeditions.

Barrel Swivels

The barrel swivels make the job of anglers very easy when reeling in crappies that have been hooked. The swivels hold the line from the rod and the line attached to the bobbers or the lure used for baiting crappies. The movement of barrel swivels prevents a situation where the lines can become tangled with the hook if they were directly connected.

The barrel swivels ensure that the hooks are always positioned at an angle that prevents tangling. The barrel swivels also make it possible for anglers to set up more than one line for trolling crappies from fishing boats. The multiple lines are attached to the swivels before they are set-up as the rigs. Swivels painted in bright colors also help to attract crappies because of their small sizes similar to lures.

Crappie attractants/ scents

Anglers who prefer to use artificial lures can increase their chances of landing more crappies by using the crappie attractants have scents similar to the live baits and natural foods crappies enjoy when feeding.

The attractants are applied on the lures before they are cast or set-up on crappie fishing rigs. This is one of the innovative strategies that can be used in areas where the crappies are easily spooked or very wary of fishing lines. These attractants can catch the attention of crappies very far away, because of their strong scents.

Rod Holder

The rod holders provide a safe and proper way for anglers to store their rods, while in transit, or after use. Rod holders have also been designed to be mounted on fishing boats where they are used to set-up rigs or for trolling crappies. There are many types of rod holders, and they have varying capacities, some holders can store many crappie fishing rods.

The common rod holders used by anglers hold the rods upright with an adequate spacing that prevents tangling and keeps the reels safe. Other types of rod holders can be mounted on walls or the ceiling in sheds where anglers have minimal storage space.

Crappie Nibbles

The crappie nibbles are artificial baits that are used by anglers to attract more crappies to their hooks. The crappie nibbles dissolve slowly in water to form a strong scent cloud which diffuses to cover a wide region thus attracting the crappies.

They are specially formulated to give off scents similar to the live baits crappies eat in the water. Some crappie nibbles have been made with glitters that form a thick glowing mist when the nibble is cast in the water with the hook. They are irresistible to crappies and easy to preserve.

Ready-made Crappie Rigs

Crappie rigs are very important fishing equipment used by anglers who expect to land more crappies in rivers where there are large schools of crappies. The rigs are used to set-up multiple lines at different crappie fishing locations. While they can be made locally, the ready-made crappie rigs can be found and purchased from the stores where anglers’ equipment and supplies are sold.

The ready-made crappie rigs that can be found in the market include the Umbrella rig, Kentucky rig, and the South Bend Crappie rig. When properly set up, anglers can land as many as five crappies at the same time, and even more when they set up rigs with more lines.

Crappie lights for night fishing

Crappie fishing expeditions are organized in the night because the crappies are more active at that time. Anglers who head out to catch crappies at night find these night lights very useful; the night lights are used to attract live baits such as the minnows and other smaller baits which gather around the submersible lights attracting crappies.

The night lights are also used by anglers to stay safe because they can be gone for many hours baiting crappies in the dark. The crappie lights are also used to illuminate artificial lures to make it easier for crappies to find them in the water. The lights are powered by strong batteries and in some cases have connecting cables with which they are powered by the fishing boat engine.

Crappie Rod Transport Rack

Anglers who need to cover some distance between their homes and the rivers to fish for crappies use these crappie rod transport racks to hold their rods securely during transit. Without these rod transport racks, anglers who use multiple rods while trolling for crappies will find it difficult to move these rods around, and they may get damaged.

The rod transport racks can be mounted on the roof of trucks, or on fishing boats as safe storage. When mounted on fishing boats, anglers’ can easily reach for and organize the rods they need to use at any time while fishing for crappies.

Crappie Planer Boards and Planer Bobbers

Anglers have found the crappie planer boards and bobbers very useful because there are times when the sound of the fishing boat engine scares away the crappies. At these times, the angler waits in vain to catch crappies, but they have all been scared away. With planer boards, anglers can cast multiple lines at a farther distance without navigating too close.

The crappie planer boards are also used for trolling crappies, and multiple lines can also be used while trolling. The crappie planer boards have brightly colored flags mounted on the sides which alert the anglers swaying in the water when crappies have been hooked.

Fishing Boats

Crappie Fishing Boats

Anglers have more chances of catching slab crappies when they use fishing boats to go further into the deeper parts of rivers or lakes. Anglers who wish to fish for crappies during the winter will also need fishing boats at this time because the cold water causes crappies to lurk in the deeper parts of the rivers.

There are different types of fishing boats; some are big enough to provide temporary shelter for anglers who wish to spend many days out in the rivers or lakes fishing for crappies before returning to the shore.

Fishing boats are also used by anglers who fish for crappies at night. It is possible to set up trolling lines or rigs from fishing boats which makes them very convenient for anglers.

Tools

Line Cutter/Clippers

The line clippers mostly made from stainless steel are used by one of the smallest yet very useful tools needed by anglers to cut the extra parts of the leader lines after a knot has been tied. For convenience, you can find many varieties of line clippers some brands include multi-tools such as short knives, line picks and disgorgers which can also come in handy.

Line clippers also help anglers cut off disentangled parts of lines to save time while fishing for crappies. They are sharp and usually, last for very long. Line clippers are sharp enough to cut through a thick line and can be safely used because the sharp edges are not exposed.

Forceps/Needle-nose pliers

Anglers pack a pair of forceps with their fishing gear all the time; they are needed for the easy removal of hooks from the crappies for safety because the hooks are sharp. Forceps are also useful in retrieving hooks entangled in the lines, securing knots while tying, and they help in tying the jig lines to swivels while setting up crappie fishing rigs.

Made from stainless steel, forceps have lock handles for safety while in storage, the handles have a good grip to help in tightening knots or for retrieving hooks, and the large thumb holes make it easy for everyone to use them.

Tape Measure & Weight Scale

Tape measures are needed by anglers to get accurate measurements of the crappies they catch. The types available in the market are the traditional waterproof tape measure or the catch and release models which are easy to use.

Tape measures are light and portable which is suitable for anglers who need to quickly get accurate measurements while monitoring their lines and rigs for more signs of bites while for crappie fishing. As proof of bigger catch, anglers take pictures of their slab crappies by the tape measure to show the actual size.

Knife

Fishing knives are quite different from the regular knives used in the kitchen. Anglers use fishing knives to prepare live baits for the hooks, and they are also used to trim stray ends off the leader lines. Fishing knives are also used for preparing fillets (removing the bones from the fish). The narrow features of fishing knives make it easier to use them for preparing small sized baits such as the minnows.

The handles are usually made from waterproof materials and the blade from stainless steel that cannot be compromised by corrosion. Sharp fishing knives make it easier for anglers to benefit from their functions, for safety fishing knives are stored in sheaths, or some brands are foldable, so the blade is safely retracted after use.

Fishing Net

The fishing nets are designed as simple crappie fishing tools used by anglers in shallow rivers or lakes to catch crappies. They feature different handle lengths, telescopic handles and strong mesh bags with varying depths.

The fishing nets commonly have an easy to use catch and release mechanism, and the mesh bags are made from nylon or rubber to prevent tangling with crappies scales or the gills. The lightweight of these fishing nets gives them buoyancy in water, so they are not lost if accidentally dropped while fishing.

Crappies can be scooped easily into the bags, and successfully hauled from the water without losing them because of the mesh bag depth. Fishing nets can easily be used to land more crappies during the spawning season.

Crappie Fish Finder

Rather than spend hours cruising the rivers or lakes in search of crappies anglers can use the crappie fish finders to locate large schools of crappies easily. They are portable gadgets that come with GPS, sonars, and bright screen displays to find crappies beneath the river or lake.

Crappie fish finders can also detect brush piles and weeds which are used as cover by crappies. The setting on the crappie fish finder is adjustable for use in deep or shallow waters. On the screen, the crappies are represented as white dots, and bigger dots mean there is a large school of crappies beneath the water surface.

GPS and geotagging can be used to mark spots where crappies usually lurk so anglers can visit these places regularly. The sonar imaging technology helps anglers who fish for crappies in the night to locate the schools of crappies, even when fishing in murky waters at night. Crappie fish finders save time, and they are reliable.

Fishing Regulation

Fishing regulations act as a guide for anglers while fishing for crappies. They help anglers to use only fishing methods that can prevent the fish population from becoming drastically reduced to maintain fish sizes in the rivers or lakes.

The fishing regulations vary in different countries and states, to create a calendar that allows anglers to fish for crappies at certain times of the year to allow the fish reproduce and sustain the population. It is best for anglers touring new cities to find out the fishing regulations in that region before heading out to fish for crappies.

Fishing regulations also help to detect crappie diseases in view of doing quarantine and preventing further spread. The regulations make it mandatory for anglers to report the frequent occurrence of unusual features found on crappies in particular regions. These reports will be quickly investigated, and necessary measures are taken to protect the fish.

Contour Map of Lakes

contour map of lake Conroe from Fishidy

It is important for anglers to know the contour map of lakes they wish to explore while fishing for crappies. The contours at the beds of lakes and rivers provide a perfect hiding place for schools of crappies. Hence anglers are constantly in search or rivers and lakes with more contours.

The use of a contour map of lakes shows the layout of the lake bed and the areas crappie fish finders can be used to detect crappies. Knowing the contour map of lakes saves time, it helps anglers to navigate their fishing boats to the positions above the contours where the crappie fish finders are used, and lines can then be set up to catch crappies.

Contour maps of lakes can be bought from the local fish supply stores; they are usually encased in waterproof materials to protect the map while fishing for crappies.

Weather Radio

The weather radios are needed by anglers to monitor the weather forecasts while planning fishing expeditions. Weather radios help anglers who plan to spend many days fishing for crappies to make better plans.

Crappies are more active during the warm weather, and at night, with these weather radios, anglers can know if the weather will be warm in the coming days. With this information, they can buy sufficient quantities of baits and other fishing equipment to be used during the period of expectedly good weather.

The weather radio also reveals the wind speed which is important information for anglers because the wind speed can hinder the anglers’ ability to cast lines farther away from the shore or fishing boat.

Flashlight for Personal Use

Night time is a great time for fishing, so the flashlights come handy to help anglers’ visibility at night. Flashlights are designed as headbands worn over caps to provide more visibility to see the paths ahead. Flashlights are available as LED lights, UV lights (which are not commonly used because they can harm people) or the blue ray lights.

The blue and purple shades of flashlights are the best shades for night crappie fishing. Flashlights also make it easier for anglers to organize their fishing tackle and rods, set jigs and rigs without making mistakes.

Personal Items

Sunscreen

The need for sunscreen while fishing crappies cannot be overemphasized. To land more crappies, anglers mostly plan fishing expeditions that last for many days during the spawning season.

It will be a shame for the fishing experience to be cut short by a skin burn experience sunscreen protects the arms, back, neck, and legs, while anglers closely monitor their rigs and lines for indications of bites. Sunscreens can be applied before heading out to start the day fishing for crappies or carried along in case the intensity of the sun is harsher than expected.

Polarized Sunglasses

Polarized sunglasses are an essential fishing accessory that protects the eyes from excessive exposure to the reflection of the sun from the water, and it helps to reduce eye strain while monitoring the rigs or lines set-up to catch crappies.

Polarized glasses are also reliable protection from UV rays while out fishing for crappies during a sunny day. Anglers rely on their eyes a lot while fishing, it is important to use polarized glasses to avoid missing any signs of crappies or potential objects where they may be lurking in the water.

The best brands of polarized glasses have been designed with comfortable features that allow anglers to wear them for many hours without feeling any discomfort around their temples. They also come fitted with ropes to prevent the polarized glasses from falling into the water.

Fishing Hat

Fishing hats are very comfortable; the common types of fishing hats are made from 100% cotton and used as an added protection from the suns UV rays. Fishing hats make it easier for anglers to stay out for longer hours fishing for crappies on sunny days.

The hats recommended for anglers should have a wide brim and a neck rope to prevent the hat from falling into the water of picked up by strong winds. Some fishing hats come with neck flaps for extra protection; these hats will be great for younger children having their first crappie fishing experience outdoors.

Fishing hats come in many stylish designs and patterns; they look classy when worn by anglers and very important to keep the face shielded from the heat.

Water or Beer

Water and beer are essential for crappie fishing trips. The long hours of fishing can take a toll on your level of hydration, but the body’s fluids can be replenished by drinking enough water or beer which is preferred by some anglers.

Fishing on sunny days will also increase the rate of sweating, and if young children are part of the fishing crew, they can get tired easily. Packing enough water can prevent fatigue, drowsiness, and weakness due to dehydration. Anglers who drink beer can have a better experience enjoying cold beers stored in the ice coolers to keep them cold for many hours.

Snacks

Anglers spend many hours out there in their fishing boats searching for crappies. To retain energy and for endurance, it is important to pack energy giving snacks and other filling snacks to prevent hunger and weakness.

Snacks can be eaten in intervals to make them last longer. Snacks are also the preferred choice that can prevent hunger without the urgent need to use the toilet. Anglers who go fishing for crappies during longer expeditions can ration snacks and fish meals to make the snacks last longer.

Towel

Towels are used by anglers to stay refreshed and clean while fishing. Towels can also be cooled in the ice coolers and draped over the head or neck to reduce the heat. The best towels for fishing trips have good absorbency and antimicrobial properties to prevent infections.

Separate towels can also be packed to be used for wiping away slime from the fish. These common towel designs used by anglers have strong straps for the wrist or used to secure the towels to the anglers belt or the rails on the fishing boat. The straps prevent towels from being blown away or falling into the water. Towels with straps are also readily available to wipe off sweat or keep the hands clean.

Fishing License

All anglers are expected to secure personal fishing license that makes them eligible to fish for crappies in the areas of their choice. The fishing license is usually state approved, and they specify whether the angler has been permitted to engage in commercial or private fishing.

The essence of fishing licenses is to confirm that anglers have understood the fishing regulations and they will carry out their fishing activities in a way that the crappie population is sustained in the rivers or lakes they have chosen to fish for crappies. The requirements for a fishing license vary among the states, anglers visiting new places are expected to find out the regulations before fishing.

Handphone

Handphones are used by anglers to remain in contact with other anglers and family when they are out fishing for crappies. Handphones can connect hundreds of frequencies which gives the anglers an added assurance of communication while out in the river. They are the best emergency tools to use when there is a need for assistance.

Handphones can also be used to send out S.O.S. messages to anglers nearby who quickly head to the direction of the distress call. In addition, handphones are used by anglers to monitor the waters, anglers who notice situations they feel other anglers should be aware of can send out warning messages with their handphones.

First aid kit

It is very necessary for every angler to have a first aid kit while fishing for crappies. First aid kits contain medical supplies that can be used to prevent injuries or illnesses from worsening before the angler reaches the clinic for proper medical attention. For example, a cut can be bandaged to prevent the loss of blood while the angler makes his way to get proper medical attention.

Other issues such as migraines or fever can be alleviated by using pain relievers and pills that can save the anglers life. Hooks are so sharp; anglers can prevent hook injuries from being infected with the supplies from a first aid kit.

Insect Repellent

Mosquitos and other bugs can give anglers a hard time while fishing for crappies. Insect repellents are used to ward off hundreds of mosquitos that thrive in the rivers or lakes. Without these repellents, it is almost impossible to prevent bug bites that can lead to irritation and different types of illnesses.

Fishing for crappies at night also exposes anglers to hordes of flying insects because of the crappie fishing lights. Insect repellents are sprayed on clothes, gloves, hats, and pants made from cotton. These clothing absorb the repellent and create a cloud of the scent that drives mosquitos and bugs away.

Warm Weather Gear

Anglers are exposed to the weather elements for many hours; they need to stay protected and comfortable because it may take many hours before enough crappies are caught. The correct gear should be the right size to prevent and hindrance in movement, and it should be comfortable.

Right sizes of boots and gloves help anglers to have a better fishing experience without feeling uncomfortable. Cotton shirts or jackets can also be worn by anglers because they offer protection from the strong winds. Anglers who plan to go on longer fishing expeditions should carry a change of clothes to stay comfortable.

Raincoat

Anglers need raincoats to stay protected from heavy torrential rains while fishing for crappies. The best raincoats are made from high-quality materials, fitted and have adequate straps to prevent the raincoat from tangling with fishing equipment while the angler moves around the boat.

These jackets can keep the entire body protected from the rain with varying features such as single or multi-layered fabrics, waterproof underlining for extra prevention of wetness and tough membranes that prevent water penetration even along the seams and lining on the raincoat. Good raincoats do not hinder the anglers’ ability to breathe while preventing them from getting.

Life Jackets

Life jackets for anglers are comfortable, and they prevent drowning in case you trip and fall into the water. The importance of anglers to use life jackets is commonly pasted all over the river banks to remind all anglers about the need to wear their life jackets before heading out in their fishing boats. It is also important to wear life jackets even when you plan to fish from the river banks, for safety.

Smaller sizes of life jackets should be bought for younger children who are eager to learn the different crappie fishing methods. The newer models of life jackets are less bulky and can be worn comfortably for many hours. You can find the manual gas lifejackets, automatic gas lifejackets and the stylish waistcoat lifejacket designs on the market.

The Ultimate List of Crappie Fishing Equipments

Over time you can get a standard list of the crappie fishing equipment that you frequently use. At this stage, it will be easier for you to organize your fishing trip without the fear of forgetting an essential item behind. A majority of the crappie fishing equipment is easy to use. However extra care should be taken to prevent injury while you are out there fishing for crappies. It is also a great idea to purchase holders for your rods which help you store and prevent damage.

Another important area that should be discussed is storage. Some crappie fishing equipment can last a lifetime if they are properly cleaned after use and stored in the right place. Cleaning crappie fishing equipment after use means can go a long way to increase the number of years you can enjoy using the fishing equipment.

Considering the fact that there are so many brands of crappie fishing equipment in the market, you can make better buying decisions by learning more about the crappie fishing method you plan to use, find out the maintenance practices required, compare prices and read reviews from users to know if the crappie fishing equipment you plan to buy has worked satisfactorily.

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