In this episode, we’re talking about springtime fishing for walleye and crappie— primarily we’re going to be focusing on crappie! Just because you have open water does not mean that those fish are going to instantly appear in the shallows. Minnesota guide Brad Hawthorne says when that water gets to about 50-degrees, anglers will see crappies vacate the basin areas and start staging near where they are going to spawn. Cold fronts and weather affect crappie fishing this time of year so weather temperature change and weather as it pertains to crappies location.