Fishing Tip of the Week: Go deep and slow in winter. Once watertemperatures drop below 50 degrees, crappie, white bass, walleye and black bassall tend to stack up along the edge of deep water. Start your search by lookingalong the main river channel of a body of water. Places where creeks join theriver or hooks in the channel are excellent areas to find huge concentrationsof fish. Position right on top of the school and drop a spoon, jig-and-minnowor grub to these fish. Work it slowly, and keep constant contact with your lure.The strike won’t be a bump or a tug, but more of a mushy feeling. Set the hookif you feel anything out of the ordinary.