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Aliceville Report 9-2 thru 9-5-10


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By rdendy - Posted on 07 September 2010

Got to fish a little this time off. Before the frontal passage was catching good in main river channel on structure 15 -18 fow. The best bait was mustard colored head with red eyes & 2" crappiei stingers in red w/ chartreuse tail. We averaged about 8 fish per boat fishing a couple hrs in the mornings. After the frontal passage on Friday they moved into shallower water 5-8 ft on structure. Saturday we caught 25, biggest around 1 lb but they were fat & sassy. The cooler weather sure was nice to fish in. A welcome change from the miserable heat.

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Hey Ricky. Good to see you back fishing. I kind of had the same thing on Columbus this weekend. Plenty of fish just no real quality crappiei.

Ray

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