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crappie:

see sunfishsunfish,
common name for members of the family Centrachidae, comprising numerous species of spiny-finned, freshwater fishes with deep, laterally flattened bodies found in temperate North America.
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Reagan introduced me to Andy Lehman, owner and developer of ACC Crappie Stix (ACC stands for Andy's Crappie Company).
Croix has a new 7-foot crappie rod in the Panfish Series that's phenomenal.
Black crappie--also known as speckled perch or speck--is a popular game species and the only crappie variety native to Florida.
The boys are catching lots of crappies, 11 to 15 inches, and some nice perch, lately.
In the episode, brothers Crappie Killa' and Westbred Diamond talk in-depth about the inception of N.O.D.R.
The course features a catfish kickoff day, according to Crappie University founder Gary White.
When sportsmen aren't setting out trotlines to catch stringers full of Mississippi River catfish, they are chunking the newest worm color and reeling in a Lake Ferguson largemouth bass or jerking up a mess of Lake Washington crappie with a cricket and a cane pole.
With regard to selecting the appropriate poundage for your line, 10-pound line is typical for bass fishing (meaning 10 pounds is the weight at which the line will break), and 4- or 6-pound line is typical for crappie. When farm pond fishing, don't feel obligated to use entirely different setups for fishing multiple species.
Black crappie fishing regulations for most "Family Fishing Lakes" dictate a 30 fish daily bag limit (combined white and black crappies) and a 254 mm statewide minimum length limit.
At early ice most bluegill, crappie and bass will be shallow relating to the green weeds.
Brian Cofske is a crappie fisherman - one of the best in Massachusetts.
"Crappie Fly-Fishing: A Seasonal Approach" is a guide to catching the most of this common yet delectable fish for those who believe there is something to quantity of the catch as well as the quality.