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Golf Course Crappie
Most people think about crappie fishing in the fall or late spring. But the crappie don't leave the lake the rest of the time! They just move to places where they can find food and safety from predators. So, to prove the point, Capt. Cefus McRae and Capt. Mark Smith of Reel Time Guide Service spent a day on Lake Oconee, GA to locate and catch crappie in the heat of the summer. It's a unique opportunity to show that crappie can be caught year round, you just have to adapt your technique for the higher water temperatures and underwater structure.