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Is this the Next World Record Catfish?

by Andrew Vanlaningham 0

Now that’s a monster catfish. Italian fisherman Dino Ferrari landed what could be a world record for wels catfish caught… more »

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The Girls of Game & Fish: Spring 2015

by Game & Fish Online Staff 0

With spring just around the corner, we’re patiently waiting out the thaw and dreaming of warmer days spent on the water. The… more »

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Readers’ Choice Awards 2015: Best Fishing Gear

by Game & Fish Online Staff 0

Thank you to all who voted in our annual Readers’ Choice Awards. It was good to hear from you! More… more »

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Best Crappie States for 2015

by Game & Fish Online Staff 0

For the panfish addict, springtime is crappie time. We’re at that point in the year when dreams of the spawn… more »

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Tennessee Crappie Forecast for 2015

by Larry Wood 0

The poets claim that in the spring, a young man’s fancy turns to thoughts of love. Yeah, right, a love… more »

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Virginia Crappie Forecast for 2015

by Bruce Ingram 0

Spring in Virginia is a time to turkey hunt, ascend into our mountains to trout fish, and visit our lakes… more »

Pottsboro angler Johnny Summers released his Texas record black crappie back into the waters of Lake Texoma. The 2.93-pound slab set a lake record and a Texas catch-and-release record for black crappie.It hit a sliver and blue Rat-L-Trap in March of 2014.

Texas Crappie Forecast for 2015

by John Gill 0

Being predictable, easy to catch, and tasty on the dinner table makes crappie one of the most popular sportfish in… more »

The Santee Cooper lakes produce some of the biggest crappie in the South. This example is being lipped by guide Kevin Davis.

South Carolina Crappie Forecast for 2015

by Terry Madewell 0

The cold winter of 2014 and throughout the early part of the year did seem to slow down the crappie… more »

When Oklahoma anglers can catch slabs like these 15-inchers from Lake Fuqua, who could stay off the lake at this time of year? And why would they? It’s slabbin’ time in Soonerland!

Oklahoma Crappie Forecast for 2015

by Bryan Hendricks 0

Winter will soon be over, and Oklahoma’s crappie anglers can hardly wait to box up the year’s first limit of… more »

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North Carolina Crappie Forecast for 2015

by Craig Holt 0

Tar Heel state anglers itching to have something to do during late winter/early spring know they can find action by… more »

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