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The difference between Black and White Crappie starts with the name. White Crappie is obviously lighter in color and has olive to green markings on its side, and Black Crappie are darker in color and has dark spotting on its side. The easiest way to tell the difference is Black Crappie had seven to eight spines in their dorsal fin, while White Crappie has only six.
Crappies can be found in all lower 48 states, and depending on the location, they could be referred to as Oswego Bass, Dirty Sunfish, Moonfish, or Sacalait.
Is Crappie good fish to eat?
YES! The Crappie is one of the top-rated fish to eat in the south. It is a flaky sweeter white meat. The smaller ones can be cooked whole, while the bigger ones are often fileted a fried.