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Flatland reservoirs water impoundments are a Mecca for catching crappie and just about any crappie baits will work if you know where to look. Crappies are often mentioned by local fisherman with names like calico bass, speckled perch, speckled bass, white perch, pole crappie, and papermouth. Many of the most famous calico bass lakes such as Barkley Lake, Kentucky Lake, and Santee-Cooper are flatland reservoirs. These bodies of water all have shallow basins that extend from the main river channel and they slowly move through farmland and low hills. These lakes also include arms that are former tributary creeks, that are fed only in the spring.

 Flatland reservoirs are crappie hotspots because they are fertile, offer abundant vegetation which can cover 50% surface area. You will want to go crappie fishing on the edge of weeds, along flooded timber areas, brushy banks, and stumps.

 In murky flatland reservoirs you can catch crappie in the brush and stump areas using crappie fishing jigs with plastic grubs, and plastic tubes tipped with wax worms. Some of the most popular crappie jigs plastics include Northland’s gum drop tube, Turner Jones micro jelly jig, Bailey’s crappie magnet, Turner Jones micromini jig, Southern Pro umbrella tube, Mizmo mini tube, Mizmo earth-tone tube (Mini Thunder Rattle) Berkley power micro tube, and Turner Jones micro shrimp. You can also use crappie live baits such as crappie minnows, flathead minnows, shiners, shad, leeches, earthworms, chubs,  crayfish, herring, and alewives. You will also find crappie in the old river channel. You will want to fish the ledges where the edge of the channel is located. You may have some good luck with crappie jigs such as Northland’s gum drop tube, Turner Jones micro jelly jig, Bailey’s crappie magnet, Turner Jones micromini jig, Southern Pro umbrella tube, Mizmo mini tube, Mizmo earth-tone tube (Mini Thunder Rattle) Berkley power micro tube, and Turner Jones micro shrimp tipprd with live baits here. You could also use crappie crank baits trolled along the edge of the ledge where the drop off is located. Some old reliable crappie lure baits that have proven the test of time are Rapala, Blue Fox, Bill Lewis (Rat-L-Trap), Storm, Rebel, and Lindy – Little Joe.

 The crappie food base in flatland reservoirs is exceptionally abundant and all these areas hold large populations of  speckled bass. Flatland reserevoirs will many times have a good population of trophy crappie because of the abundence of crappie food. Well that concludes our article about flatland reservoirs.

 Well that concludes my article about Crappie Baits. Have a great day and the the best of luck to you on your next fishing trip

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