dougjohnson
3 years ago1,000+ Views
Line colors for crappie fishing really depend on what you're fishing, but if you're like me and you like fishing jigs for sensitivity, you're going to want to get a line that both lets you see and feel the action on the jig for you. I used to use clear mono exclusively, until last fall. After fishing side-by-side with hi-vis users, and watching them catch 2 to my 1, I switched. I think I have caught more fish since switching. Typically, I use Stren Hi-Vis gold in 4 lb test for casting. Mainly because it was cheap, and I couldn't find the Viscous when I was looking. I am about ready to get a spool of Hi-Vis Green Viscous from Monk's. The colors I've had the best luck with are yellows and golds, in hi-vis. The action weight and other aspects of the line are going to depend on your specific rod, but I highly recommend hi-vis lines for crappie fishing.
dougjohnson
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I don't do much crappie fishing but you're right ins aying that those I see catching more crappie have hi-visibility lines. Good points @dougjohnson
3 years ago·Reply
why does hi-vis work better? @dougjohnson
3 years ago·Reply
Nice tips, thanks @dougjohnson
3 years ago·Reply
@happyrock You can see the action and it gets the crappie's attention
3 years ago·Reply
@dougjohnson Thanks doug!
3 years ago·Reply
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