Grenada Lake Crappie Fishing

Recently, the regulations for catching crappie at Grenada Lake have changed due to the number of crappie that anglers have been finding here. The legal creel limit is 30 fish but you are only allowed to catch and keep five crappie per day if they are 12 inches or under in length. Any other crappie caught under a foot long in the same day must be returned to the water. The new regulations were put in place to help preserve the quality of the crappie in Grenada Lake and it will also help to allow more fish to grow to trophy size. This means better fishing for anglers in the future.

Remember to always use precaution and stay safe when out on the water fishing.
Any lake can be dangerous and Grenada Lake is no exception. It is recommended that you always wear a life jacket just in case an accident occurs and it is also a good idea to have a partner go out with you.

If you are not familiar with the lake you can pick up a map or hire a guide to help show you were to go and which areas to stay away from. They can also show you where the best hotspots are located.

If you are interested in taking part in tournament fishing you will be happy to know that there are several scheduled for Grenada Lake each year. You will have the opportunity to do some great fishing and win some wonderful prizes at the same time. So as you can see Grenada Lake has many excellent things to offer the angler of all ages and skill levels.

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Dan Eggertsen is a fellow crappie fishing enthusiast to the point of obsession. :) He's been providing solid advice on crappie fishing since 2004.

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