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Hi, I'm Chris Mullins. I have a 18 y.o. son, Jeremy, who has the growing passion of Crappie fishing inside him as well. I've been chasing those by-the-second, mind-changing crappiei for years. I have fished dozens of lakes throughout the South. I live in Arkansas but spend as much time as I can on Enid, Grenada and Arkabutla lakes in north-central Mississippi where I've guided for several years. I have fished Crappie Masters and Crappie USA Team Tournament trails for several years as well.
I was born in a fishing family, and it didn't take long for me to become a proficent angler with the passion of fishing deep in my soul. I truly enjoy meeting people and take great pleasure in showing new friends how and where to catch crappie. Whether it is a father and son, wife and husband, or two friends fishing with us, we guarantee a great time full of laughter and hopefully a life experience that's never forgotten.
Several sponsors have supported me on my life's journey, including B' n' M Poles, Southern Pro Tackle, TTI Blakemore, Driftmaster Rod Holders and Kipper Enterprises, maker of the No-Knot Fas-Snap. I have been featured in several fishing articles, including, most recently an article about my stump-bumping techniques in the 2009 Fall issue of Crappie World Magazine. My fishing techniques are featured in ESPN's outdoor library, Bass Pro's fishing library and several other websites that cover crappie fishingi.
When fishing we use a variety of techniques, adjusting as necessary on what the crappie want on a particular day. We could be vertically jig fishing, slow trolling using multiple poles (where we look like a big spider going on the water) or pulling crank baits over deeper water. We do whatever is needed, to make sure a day of fishing is memorable. Every method we use---jigging, trolling, and pulling crankbaits---employs B'n'M poles and Southern Pro Tackles jig heads and skirts in a variety of colors.