It’s no secret that schools of hungry crappie often live in the shade of docks; the challenge has always been getting a small lure into their shadowy haunts. This is where dock skipping comes into play. The system involves using your rod like a bow and arrow, and timing the release of the lure with an open bail. The rod slings a lightweight jig and plastic combination far underneath docks, where crappie are rarely targeted. Lee also gets into new tackle specifically designed for this technique and addresses how to avoid hooking your finder when you let the jig fly.
- Bobby Garland 1.5” Crappie Shooter
- Mr. Crappie Monofilament Fishing Line
- Wally Marshall™ Pro Rod Series