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Kentucky Lake Thanksgiving Crappie

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Here are some pictures from the trip John Woods, Brian Ramm and Taylor Dennis took to Kentucky Lake Thanksgiving weekend. Looks like some nice fish. Check out the Kentucky lake forum to find out how and where they caught them.

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Kentucky Lake last weekend

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John Woods fished Kentucky lake Sunday 11-23-08. Said he ran into his friend Ray Gray crappie fishingi. They both had almost a 30 limit each. They said they both fished drops ranging in depths from 14 to 27 feet deep and were fishing 14 to 22 feet deep..

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Charlie Kent November Pickwick Crappie

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Here are some pics of nice Pickwick crappiei Charlie Kent caught recently.

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John Woods on Kentucky Lake in Nov

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Here are a couple of pictures of some crappiei John Woods caught at Kentucky Lake last weekend. Read the Lake reports section to get the details.

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Columbus Lake Crappie in November

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I fished with my 5 year old son Sat Nov 8th. We only fished about 4 hours and caught probably 20 crappiei. The wind was tough and a bit cold. We found some nice crappie in about 8 feet of water. Water temp was 61 and the crappie seemed to like the pink and chartreuse jig tipped with a crappie nibble.

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John Harrison Grenada Lake Crappie Trip

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Here is a picture of B&M Pro-staffer John Harrison on Grenada Lake with some clients on a guided trip. Looks like another satisfied customer for John. If you are interested in guided crappiei trip with John just send us an e-mail and we will get him in touch with you.

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