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Best Crappie Fishing Lakes For Guys That Want The Best Trip Ever

By: Daniel Eggertsen

Do you love going crappie fishing? Are you looking for places to go to help you get the most from each and every one of your fishing trips? Then you need to know which lakes and rivers provide the best crappie fishing in the nation. If you don't know where the best fishing areas are, then it makes it hard to know where to go to get started. Luckily there are many great crappie fishing lakes located all around the nation.

One way to learn where the crappies are located is by talking to the local bait shops to see where they would recommend you should go. There are also many online sites that can give you information about where to go and which tactics and techniques will work the best for each lake or river that you visit.

To give you an idea of where to get started below is the top 10 crappie fishing lakes found in the United States.

1.Lake of the Woods This Lake is located between the borders of Minnesota and Ontario and it stretches over half a million acres. It has over 12,000 islands and provides the prefect habitat for crappie to grow and thrive. Most of the crappie caught here weighs over two pounds and can normally be found between 35 to 40 feet deep.

2.Deep Creek Lake This Lake can be found in Maryland and is considered one of the best crappie fishing lakes in the nation. The reason it is so popular is because the crappie in this lake are very large. There may not be a lot of crappie in this lake but the size makes up for the fewer number as they normally weigh around three pounds and grow over 13 inches long. It is the perfect lake to visit if you are after that trophy fish.

3.Lake Eufaula Lake Eufaula is located in Oklahoma and is an excellent place to catch crappie. Trolling is a good method to use in this lake and you should stick to the shallow water for the best results.

4.Lake Fork Lake Fork is located in Texas and it has numerous under water structures with a lot of vegetation that is perfect to help the crappie thrive and grow. Therefore, it is an excellent place for anglers to go crappie fishing if they are looking for a lake that offers them the chance to easily catch their limit.

5.Lake Camanche Sitting in the foothills of Sierra Nevada California you will find Lake Camanche. Its shoreline stretches 53 miles long and is 150 feet deep. Although, Lake Camanche is most famous for its numerous bass, it is also a great place to go crappie fishing.

6.Lake Okeechobee Located in central and southern Florida is an excellent crappie fishing area called Lake Okeechobee. It is a 451,000 acre lake that has a 154 mile long waterway.

7.Knox Lake This Lake is located in Knox County Ohio. The crappie fishing in this lake is rated excellent and most of them average over ten inches in length. Fish around the fallen trees and other structures found in this lake for the best results.

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About The Author, Daniel Eggertsen


Dan Eggertsen is a fishing researcher and enthusiast who is committed to providing the best crappie fishing information possible. Get more information on the best crappie fishing lakes here: http://www.askcrappiefishing.com/

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