Al was on Lake Wooddruff and caught these beautiful fish with using our Moon Jig (Ice Jig) and Tinsel Tail!
Al and Alan Green (Father/Son Team)
Al grew up in Sanford Florida a block away from lake Monroe. He spent a lot of his childhood at his grandparents camp on the St. John’s river where he started fishing at a very young age. Him and his family have always enjoyed camping in Welaka, Florida and all the great crappie fishing in the area. They liked it so much they bought a home there in 2013. Al enjoys all types of fishing, spear fishing, and lobstering but spends most of his time on the lakes of north central Florida crappie fishing with his son Alan.
Alan is 17 years old and our youth fishermen. He has been fishing ever sense he could hold a pole. He grew up in Florida and enjoys all types of fishing but has a passion for crappie fishing. He is a member of Florida Crappie Club and has placed in the majority of the Northern Division Tournaments and has been fishing in tournaments since he was 15 years old!
Al and Alan continuously placing in the Florida Crappie Club in the top 10!
Lives in Cassatt, South Carolina
On April 1, 1989 I fished my very first crappie tournament on the famed Santee Cooper lakes in South Carolina. I finished in 11th place, but more importantly, I was hooked on tournament crappie fishing! 26-plus years later my passion for crappie fishing is burning hotter than ever, and while I still compete in numerous South Carolina local events each year my career has transitioned to also fishing regional and now national tournament trails. This transition began in 2011 when I won the regional Southern Crappie Tournament Trail event on Lake Oconee, Georgia, and accelerated in 2012 when I finished 4th in a Crappie USA national event on Lake Wateree, South Carolina. My string of national success continued in 2013 when I finished 2nd in a national Crappie USA event on Crescent Lake Florida, but when I placed 7th in the 2014 Crappie USA Classic I was certain that I could compete on the highest levels. A 3rd place finish in a national event in 2015 confirmed that I was on the right track, and so I will continue to prioritize competing in national events. Overall, with more than 500 top-ten tournament finishes over the last 26 years, I have had success at all levels of crappie fishing, and look forward to continuing to fish state, regional and national tournaments in the years ahead.
While I have a passion for competing in tournaments and testing my skills against the best crappie fishermen in the world, I also have a passion for promoting the sport of crappie fishing and helping people learn to catch more crappie. When I am not on the water I can be found sharing information on crappie fishing with other fishermen through social media networks, giving interviews for articles, and more. For approaching ten years I have provided insightful fishing reports to SCFishingReport.com and the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, and fishermen constantly thank me for the updates and information I give. Some people wonder how I can afford to share so many techniques and secrets, but when you have a passion like mine for crappie fishing you want to share and help others find that same passion – while of course keeping a few tricks up your sleeve!
Check out the January issue of Crappie Now Magazine. Skipper’s Jigs ran an ad in it. What do you all think? Thank you for all of your support.