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Kansas crappie fishing video

 Kansas crappie fishing video

KDWPT TO RELEASE FREE CRAPPIE FISHING VIDEO

Craig Johnson is a district fisheries biologist for the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism. He is also chairman of the department's Fisheries Divisions Video Committee.

On Feb. 13, he sent an e-mail, announcing that the committee recently created a 25-minute video entitled "Kansas Crappie Bonanza."


It features various tactics employed by crappie guides and expert anglers during each season of the year.


On Feb. 17  the video will be available for anglers to view free of charge on the KDWPT  website. The link to the video is  ksoutdoors.com/crappie-video.




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