Professional Crappie Tournament Angler and Guide Todd Huckabee debunks the “myths” on crappie fishing water temperature.
“The biggest myths in Crappie fishing is the water temperature. For years it was said that it has to be 65 to 70 degrees before crappie spawn. This has been documented for years even in books and literature. Guess what, water temperature has nothing to do with it at all! In the months of January and February you will find crappie that spawn.”
– Todd Huckabee
About Todd Huskabee:
Todd is a Professional Fishing Guide on Lake Eufaula located in Crowder, OK who specializes in Crappie and Smallmouth Bass. Todd has won several National Crappie Tournaments lakes such as Eufaula, Fort Gibson and Truman. He’s qualified for many of the National Crappie Tournament Trails. You’ll also find Todd mentioned in articles in nearly all the major and regional outdoor magazines giving advice on how, when and where to catch Slab Crappie year round.