Yellow Creek


PRAIRIEOUTLAW's picture

By PRAIRIEOUTLAW - Posted on 26 February 2012

New to the forum and new to the area, but not to crappie fishingi. Usually spend most of my days on Sardis Lake, but now living in Selmer so I'm wanting to start chasing crappiei on Pickwick. Anyone got any suggestions as to where to start in Yellow Creek to find a few slabs? I've got a pontoon and a Polar Kraft rig as well, both can be set up for spider rigging or crankbaits. I also like single pole jigging so I'm open to whatever is working at the time.
I'd really like to take my parents out and send them home with a nice mess of Crappie next weekend so if anyone has any suggestions I'm all ears.
Thanks in advance for any information, and hopefully I'll see some of you guys on the water one day.

PRAIRIEOUTLAW's picture

Thanks for the information. I'm looking forward to getting to know the folks that love to chase the slabs around here. Maybe I can give everyone an update on what its looking like after the weekend.

JBULL's picture

Side troll south of Goat Island. Indian and Bear Creeks are much better. Go catch a limit! JBULL

tnjeff's picture

I don't know much about yellow creek,But Welcome to the forum,last time I was in yellow creek there where a lot of guy on the big flat before you get to goat island,most where sideway trolling

Smiley
LET'S GO FISHING SOMETIME!

Thanks for stopping by www.crappie101.com. We are the site dedicated to crappie fishingi. We bring you tips and techniques from crappie country's top pros and the everyday fisherman not to mention the most complete information on crappie lakes from all around the country.

Bookmark Us

Bookmark Website 
Bookmark Page 

Follow Us

Find www.crappie101.com on TwitterFind www.crappie101.com on FacebookFind www.crappie101.com on YouTubeFind www.crappie101.com on Flickr

Platinum Sponsor

Current Moon

Recommend this page

Who's online

There are currently 0 users and 77 guests online.

A type of fishing line that is often invisible below the water's surface because it has light refracting properties very similar to water.

Search Glossary