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Aliceville Old River Cuts


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By Tracy Humber - Posted on 03 November 2010

Has the crowd started fishin the old river cuts yet? Thinkin bout goin down Saturday and tryin em.

Ray's picture

I have not heard a lot of people fishing down there yet but it has got to be getting started.

Ray

Tracy Humber's picture

That's what I was Thinkin Ray. It normally starts abou the week or two before thanksgiving. I know 2 years ago we went the opening day of deer gun season and did pretty good and last year it was the week before deer season.

danny malone's picture

Tracy, did you fish Aliceville old river last weekend or was it to windy?

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