Grand River Fall Crappie action.

Posted on November 23rd, 2022

Our good friend Scott Clark who loves to fish from his power-kayak recently checked-out a section of the Grand River, ON to see if the Crappie were schooling up as the water is getting colder.

He had been out several times earlier but conditions were not right and there were no Crappie.

Fall Crappie
Scott Clark catching a mess of chunky, fall, river Crappie.

This week though he hit the jackpot! Lots of schooling Crappie and some up to 14″

Fall Crappie
Small white plastic grubs fished on a 1/8 oz. jighead is deadly for shallow-water Crappie all year long.

Scott fish small plastic grubs on a 1/8 oz. jighead close to the bottom where he was marking the Crappie. He also caught a surprise Channel Catfish that I’m sure gave him a great fight.

Fall Crappie
Channel Catfish feed heavily in the fall before ice-over and are commonly caught targeting other species.

Fall is a great time of year to intercept Crappie from a kayak, boat or even from shore where they move into shallow water and especially are attracted to any flow just before dark.

Italo Labignan YouTube channel video, 1/2hr Here’s the Catch! TV show catching Snapper and Grouper in the Gulf of Mexico, Fl bottom-fishing and using cut bait.

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