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CRAPPIE NIBBLES VS LIVE MINNOWS

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I haven't used minnows sice I discovered crappie nibbles. My number one crappie rig is a tiny bass assassin on a 1/32oz jighead, tipped with a nibble, and fished below a float. Sometimes I pull it about a foot and stop, letting the bait swing back down. Sometimes a very slow crank, keeping the bait moving along slowly works better. And every now and then you just have to let it sit.

Cheers,

GK

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I grew up mostly in central Florida.  We did alot of Crappie fishing.  We only used minnow on a slip bobber.  Had great luck. Next month a bunch of us are going to Kentucky Lake (Tennesse side)  I have been stocking up on jigs and other type crappie lures.  I'm thinking on trying the nibbles.  I'll let you know how well I did when I get back.

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I prefer to fish with minnows if it's not a hassle to get them or to keep them alive while fishing. Otherwise, a 1/16 or 1/32 oz tube with a nibble added on works well too.

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OK, I just joined the forum and have no clue what a nibble is. I love catching crappie. What is it and where do you get it.

I have always tried minnows and lately box worms but havent had much success

with the box worms.

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Thanks for info.I have never seen them in the store though im there at least twice a month. Sounds like your weather is the same here, im waiting to go out to but think I wont  be able to until sometime next week.

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