I was first introduced to spider rigging last year when a man from Arkansas hired me for an early spring fishing trip. His son lives and works in Waco and the man from Arkansas brought his boat to fish with his son for the week of spring break. The fish were stacked up in the main channel waiting for the weather and temperature to get right so they could go to the banks and spawn. I started my traditional brush pile jumping, and he said" no offense but I just don't want to fish this way" . Puzzled, I said all right show me what you got. He responded " we can't do it out of this boat because it is not rigged properly" I said okay let me see your boat. To try and hurry and wrap the story up… He absolutely amazed and astounded me with the amount of fish that he and his son caught that week.
My poor little brain fixated on the idea of how to get the benefit of spider rigging (lots of big giant crappie's) and make it where a beginning fisherman can do it. It has taken some time but I have now a system that your average crappie fisherman can use during this time of year and absolutely annihilate the crappie. Ckwww.TheCrappieKing.com
Hey, Bee Ready Rod holders. Contact me about putting a link to your website on my website. The local stores in the Waco area are very lacking in spider rigging equipment.