Paddling Spoonbills with Johnny Coleman

Paddling Spoonbills with Johnny Coleman

April 09, 2018

During March and April, B’n’M pro-staffer and Des Moines catfish guide Jonny Coleman takes a break from chasing catfish to chasing fish with paddles on their nose.

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How to Match Crappie Fishing Tactics with B’n’M Products (Part 2)

How to Match Crappie Fishing Tactics with B’n’M Products (Part 2)

March 22, 2018

In part 1 of this two part series, we profiled the tactics and gear needed to engage in multiple rod tactics, this article will continue that series, discussing single pole crappie tactics, how and when they work and also making some important gear recommendations.

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How to Match Crappie Fishing Tactics with B’n’M Products (Part 1)

How to Match Crappie Fishing Tactics with B’n’M Products (Part 1)

March 06, 2018

Ever wondered what B’n’M product to use when learning a new crappie fishing tactic such as Spider rigging or Slow Vertical Trolling, a tactic made famous by the team of Ronnie Capps and Steve Coleman? Read up in our mini series of articles on how to pick the right rod for the job.

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Drop Me A Line – B’n’M Pros Discuss What Fishing Lines They Prefer

Drop Me A Line – B’n’M Pros Discuss What Fishing Lines They Prefer

February 26, 2018

One of the most overlooked links in the crappie fishing chain is the part that connects the fish to the rod – fishing line. Some anglers are very particular about the line they use and others could care less – whatever is on sale.

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Coldwater Catfish Tips From The B’n’M Pros

Coldwater Catfish Tips From The B’n’M Pros

February 06, 2018

While many anglers are “waiting” on the weather before heading out to their local waters to chase some catfish, the catfish pros at B’n’M said a lot of anglers miss out on some hot catfishing action by staying inside during cold weather.

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Drop Shotting For Winter Crappie With Joey Mines

Drop Shotting For Winter Crappie With Joey Mines

December 11, 2017

B’n’M pro staffer Joey Mines of LaGrange, Georgia has a hard time deciding when his favorite time to catch crappie is on his home Lake of West Point, Georgia. The long time fishing guide, TV show host, and noted columnist spends over 275 days a year fishing on West Point.

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Reverse Thinking For Early Winter Crappie

Reverse Thinking For Early Winter Crappie

November 28, 2017

With the onset of winter, crappie anglers need to adjust their thinking in order to find large concentrations of fish as water temperatures cool down for the year. In order to successfully accomplish this, it helps to think of spring patterns in reverse.

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Scott Williams Reveals Falls Best Kept Secret

Scott Williams Reveals Falls Best Kept Secret

November 28, 2017

B’n’M pro-staffer Scott Williams said during the springtime across his native Georgia, everyone is a crappie fisherman. However, when the excitement of the spawn wears off and the summer has come and gone, other pursuits like deer hunting and college football take over the calendars of a lot of outdoors-oriented folks, leaving crappie fishing a distant memory.

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Tom Mundy

Tom Mundy on Fall Crappie Fishing Around Bridges and Brushpiles

October 27, 2017

B’n’M pro-staffer Tom Mundy from Laurens, SC never met a bridge he didn’t like. If that bridge crosses a body of water that has crappie in it, he loves it even more.

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Getting Into The Swing of Single Pole Fishing With John Harrison

Getting Into The Swing of Single Pole Fishing With John Harrison

October 16, 2017

B’n’M crappie pro staffer John Harrison from Calhoun City, Mississippi is widely considered one of the best single pole jig fishermen in the country when it comes to catching crappie. Harrison is a full time guide on Lakes Grenada, Sardis, and Enid all of which are stained-water shallow lakes in north Mississippi.

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Chasing Summer Flatheads with Joey Pounders

Chasing Summer Flatheads with Joey Pounders

October 09, 2017

When the going gets tough, B’n’M Catfish pro-staffer Joey Pounders of Caledonia, Mississippi loves to target big flathead catfish. In his part of the world, some folks call them yellow cats while others may refer to them as mud cats, but whatever you call them, Pounders said it’s the fight of a big flathead that’s hard to beat.

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