Next Series of Good Days Means its Crappie-Time!

Some extended good weather is all that is holding off the pre-spawn crappie bite at Oregon’s best crappie spots. The crappie in the photo was a white crappie that was pulled from Lookout Point Reservoir a number of years ago. The 18.5-inch jumbo weighed four pounds and eight ounces. Not known for great numbers of crappies, Lookout Point has produced some near-record crappies and biologists have netted even larger specimens. What is still up in the air is how the crappies will co-exist with the reservoir’s newly established walleye population.

About Pete Heley

Writes and self-publishes Oregon and Washington fishing books.

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