Crappie, Catch More by Flippin for Crappie

By: Gary DeWitt

You can hook more crappie by flippin for them. What are you going to do with all those crappie you will be catching with a easy flipping system? Flippin is a method to get your jig or lure in underneath brush, limbs, or other difficulty. It allows you to get the jig to where the crappie are hiding. It is mostly an underhand cast. The flipping system is very simple. You can learn all about it by reading every word of this article.

Release your line which depends on the reel you are using. Measure out sufficient line so that the jig and line is even with your wrist. Close the bail or engage the gears on the spincast reel. Lift up the rod tip and take in line with your left hand. You can do this by grabbing the line between the reel and the lower rod guide and swing the line away from the rod. You keep the bail closed and swing the jig near your body. As the jig travels toward the brush, let go the line in the left hand. You regulate the precise place where the jig lands with your rod hand. With practice you can put the jig on a dime by raising or lowering the rod.

That is all there is to it. Let enough line out. Hold onto the line. Underhand swing the jig out and let it cast. Now go out and have a big crappie catch with your new bag of tricks.

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