I go small and SLOW
to get bites on plastics when they seem to not want them.
Most of the fish I've caught lately, I haven't posted the last 3 trips, were caught as I SLOWLY
raised the jig up past them.
You'd have to watch me to see that I'm raising the jig, that's how slow I'm lifting it.
I've come to believe that they just can't stand a bait to move away very slowly!
Get a small 1 1/2 to 2 inch bait in a color they like there and give this a try.
Once you think your moving it slowly, slow down 300% more
The striped crappie is a Magnolia, otherwise known as a Mohawk. I've been told it is a cross between a Black & White crappie.
We catch them quite often here on Fork and the surrounding waters