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Welcome to Fishing Minneosta!

I've had great success this winter so far with red glow ice jigs in size 10 and 8 tipped with maggots or Bio Bait. Custom Jigs n Spins Ratso's in size 8 are a good choice as well, with a pink head and white body, or else all black.

Small crappie minnows have been working as well.

As far as catching crappies in the winter, it can change from day to day and even sometimes hour to hour. Bring a long some euro larvae (colored maggots, about a third of the size of a waxie), some waxies, some small crappie minnows, and some Bio Bait. I've been doing well on Bio Bait when I need a go-to bait for a few extra fish, Bio Bait has been working when nothing else has. You can check out Bio Bait at this link: Bio Bait

Check out the Crappie/Sunfish Forum, it will help you with just about any crappie question you can think of, go to this link:

Crappie/Sunfish


If you have any questions let us know, a lot of people here that will help.

Good Fishin,
Matt Johnson

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