Charlie Bunting (left) and his son, Travis, had plenty of baits in the water when they went spider rigging for crappies at Truman Lake. Trolling with a series of long rods, they caught and released almost 50 fish.
Charlie Bunting (left) and his son, Travis, had plenty of baits in the water when they went spider rigging for crappies at Truman Lake. Trolling with a series of long rods, they caught and released almost 50 fish. Brent Frazee The Kansas City Star
Charlie Bunting (left) and his son, Travis, had plenty of baits in the water when they went spider rigging for crappies at Truman Lake. Trolling with a series of long rods, they caught and released almost 50 fish. Brent Frazee The Kansas City Star

Charlie and Travis Bunting are crappie fishing’s ‘spidermen’

August 28, 2015 07:03 PM

UPDATED August 29, 2015 11:42 PM

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