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aliceville 10-2-10

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By rdendy - Posted on 02 October 2010

Fished from 10 to 3 pm today. The bite was slow but steady. Fishing the main river channel was a bust. Could hardly beg a bump fishing the ledges. I did manage to catch 12 keepers in 5 fow in an old slough. Nothing real big but keepers. Caught a lot of throw backs in the 9-10 inch range. Best bait seemed to be mustard head with red stinger W/ chartreuse tail. Pink head w/ pink white pan fish assasin was working also.

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thahks' rdendy, glad to see you are back to fishing.

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Thanks Charlie, It sure feels good to be back fishing. There's not much that can compare to catching a few slab crappiei.

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Pomoxis is a genus of freshwater fish in the sunfish family (family Centrarchidae) of order Perciformes. The type species is P. annularis, the white crappiei. The common name crappie (pronounced /ˈkræpiː/), refers to either of the Pomoxis species, both of which are extremely popular game fish.

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