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By rdendy - Posted on 08 August 2009

Got a report yesterday from Nashville Ferry they're catching a few fish in 8'-12' of water on cover with jigs. The bite is not real hard but they're biting but they're having to hunt using vertical jigging on several different colors. Best seems to be a mustard colored head with plum/black w/ chartreuse tail (Southern Pro Crappie stinger). There have been limits caught on a few days with several in the 1 lb to 1 1/2 range. They're not much on pictures so I'll have to take their word for it. I am headed back Sunday after church for a week and will be able to see for myself. There's some debate on nibbles or not but it seems they're catching with and without. I told them they're not allowed to fish while I'm working but they won't listen to me.

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Thanks for the report. Let us know what you find out when you get back after them.

Ray

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It should be against the law to have to work while your friends go fishing. Woods

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