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 In low – land reservoirs you can go crappie fishing much like in natural lakes. Crappie will be called such names by the locals such as calico bass, speckled perch, speckled bass, white perch, pole crappie, strawberry bass, and papermouth. Low land reservoirs will hold good populations of paper mouth. You will be able to catch crappie with traditional crappie baits in these reservoirs.

 Low land reservoirs are th shallowest of the impoundment reservoirs. Many times these reservoirs are no more then 15 foot in depth. The deepest part of low land reservoirs will be the old river channel close to the dam area. Low land reservoirs will have vast flats with timber and thick vegetation ideal habit for crappieThere is little current in these reservoirs so your crappie fishing patterns will be similar to those you use in a natural lake. For example in a natural lake that is fairly clear water with an abundance of weed vegetation you would concentrate crappie fishing along the edges using various crappie baits like crappie jigs and plastic grubs tipped with wax worms or livebaits such as crappie minnows, flathead minnows, shiners or small crayfish. In low land reservoirs that are clear with abundant vegetation you would follow the same pattern.

 You will locate pole crappie by fishing the edges of weed beds and submerged brush (just like my example above). You will also find speckled perch in the old creek channel or river bed. You will also be ale to catch crappie in large flats where there are roaming speckled bass by drifting. Many times you will also find  speckled bass in the wide inlet areas of the reservoir.

 Low land reservoirs will also have many shallow bays and low  islands that are crappie magnets that are great locations for catching crappie. You can drift these areas with your crappie rods set at deferent depths with a combination of crappie rods set up with a crappie jig and a plastic grub tipped with wax worms and also crappie live bait such as crappie minnows or shiners.

You can also go crappie fishing by drifting or trolling points that have a hard bottom. These areas will normally hold roaming pole crappie. You can sometimes catch crappie using submerged crappie crank baits and this is an excellent crappie fishing technique to find what depth the paper mouth are located.

 Just a note of reference, the old main river or channel will seldom be close to the shore line. This area  is always a hotspot for calico bass. A good way to locate the old channel is using a topographical map in combination with a GPS and good fishing finder.

 If you target submerged structure along the edges of the old channel you can catch crappie.  You can use a re variety of different crappie baits that will allow you to fish very close to the old river channels edge and drop your bait into the drop off. This is an excellent technique to catch crappie that are suspended there

We hope the information in this article about Paper mouth. We wish you the best of luck on your next fishing trip!

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