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Black Crappie Caught in Alabama

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Black crappie over 2.5 pounds or 15 inches may qualify for a Master Angler Certificate.
Black crappie over 3.5 pounds or 17 inches may qualify for a Trophy Angler Certificate.

Black Crappie
Amy Sharpe landed a 2-1/2 pound black crappie at Lake Guntersville, November 16, 2013.
 
 Sherry Warren
On April 6, 2013, Sherry Warren caught this huge 14", over 2-pound, crappie full of eggs and released it to spawn.

Donald Fallon
Donald Fallon caught these crappie from Logan Martin on April 6, 2013. 

Sherry Warren at Logan Martin
Sherry Warren shows off two black crappie out of the limit they caught from Logan Martin during mid-March, 2013.

 Loren Warren, Jr.
Loren Warren, Jr. caught these early season crappie from Logan Martin, February 2013.
Crappie fishing on Lake Weiss
Joy Perry with the Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce sent these into OutdoorAlabama.com

 
Bobby Beaty, Linda Shealey, Ivan Gunn and Arlie Johnson hold up their string of almost 60 pounds of fish, mostly black crappie, that they caught on March 5, 2012, from Chambers County Lake.


Cordero Houston and Tommy Beaty caught these crappie on March 1, 2012, from Chambers County Lake.

Father and Son with Crappie
Elliott and Damon Abernethy enjoy some good fishing for black crappie (and one bass) at Jordan Lake, February 27, 2012.
  Carol Meadows with a fine Lake Martin Crappie
Carol Meadows caught this black crappie from Lake Martin in April of 2011

 
Crappie Masters 2010 at Jones Bluff

Larry Smith caught this black crappie from the Millers Ferry Reservoir in 2011.

Billy Stone caught this three-pound, two-ounce black crappie on a Smithwick Rattlin' Rogue during March of 2011 at Preston Island on Guntersville Lake.

Black Crappie from Guntersville, November 2010

black crappie
This black crappie was caught by Kristy Duke in a Cleburne County creek in 2010.

Crappie
Fishing for crappie is a great family activity.

Black Crappie from Jones Bluff
The anglers of the March 2010 Crappie Masters Team Tournament on the Alabama River (Jones Bluff Reservoir) caught mostly black crappie.


Crappie are not recommending for ponds and should be kept when caught in ponds.


Phillip Walsh caught this black crappie in March of 2010

Traci George with a nice black crappie caught in 2003


Caught at Madison County Lake, the fish on the left is a black crappie, but the one on the right looks like a hybrid between a black crappie and a white crappie.


Caught at Madison County Lake


Neely Henry


These black crappie were caught March 8, 2009 from Logan Martin, 2-1/4 and 1-1/2 pounds.


Chris Downing caught this black crappie on February 15, 2009, in Clay County Lake.


David Smith caught this 3 pound and 4 ounce black crappie in a private pond in Pike County on December 6, 2008. 

 

 

 

Black Crappie
A black crappie from Yates.


Gray Mosley caught this black crappie from the Tombigbee River during the winter of 2009.

 


Paul and Sonny Denson caught these crappie on October 3, 2008 at the Clay County State Public Fishing Lake


Tim Garrett caught these crappie on February 20, 2008 at the Clay County State Public Fishing Lake


Debra White caught these crappie on February 16, 2008 at the Clay County State Public Fishing Lake

Black crappie caught by Charles Darr in Bibb County Lake.
Both black crappie and white crappie often get very dark during the spawning season. This black crappie was caught by Charles Darr at Bibb County Lake.

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