Fishing ledges

We fished ledges yesterday. Despite the wind, we able to drift up and down the drop. The ledge rose from 14-feet to 11-feet. This old angler learned a trick. I chose the “Spot Lock” button on the Minn-Kota I-Pilot. The boat would move down the ledge and the Minn Kota would gently move back. The movement of our Road Runners was just what the crappie wanted.

Ron releases another crappie.

Ron releases another crappie.


Ron and I had several doubles on at the same time which are always fun. 🙂
The gold light yesterday afternoon was just a bonus.
Blessings, TJ

About TJ Stallings

45-year tackle industry veteran Marketing and Crazy Ideas at TTI-Blakemore Fishing Group (Home of Road Runner Lures and six hook brands including Tru-Turn, Daiichi, XPoint, Team Catfish, Mr. Crappie and StandOUT Hooks.) Home of Gun Protect. The opinions expressed in this blog are those of TJ Stallings and not necessarily those of TTI-Blakemore.
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5 Responses to Fishing ledges

  1. rickydebolia says:

    That’s awesome. Gotta love that feature on the trolling motor!

  2. We may need to take a trip down there is you keep posting things like this. This picture is just not fair as the winter season is upon us. We could cut a deal, we’ll cook for you and you show us some good fishing spots!

  3. richardmax22 says:

    Weather permitting I’ve been chasing yellow perch. They’re out in 40 to 43 feet of water, but actively biting. Because I normally fish bass, usually by now I’ve put my boat in mothballs. But I’ve made up my mind to take advantage of the nicer days of winter and fish perch for the dinner table. In fact we just had a crispy brown batch of fried filets last night.

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