You are hereCrappie Forums / Crappie Fishing Reports / Mississippi / Grenada Lake Crappie Fishing Reports / Back on Grenada Lake this morning with John Harrison

Back on Grenada Lake this morning with John Harrison


Ray's picture

By Ray - Posted on 11 October 2011

John has Bob Brenton back today on a guided crappie fishingi trip on Grenada today. Bob Started the morning with this Grenada Slab.

Photo328.jpg
possom20's picture

@ Big Boy---Where the fish are biting...duh! Just kidding. You can catch crappiei pretty much anywhere on Grenada, depending on the mood the fish are in. I've always preferred the backwater areas around Gums Crossing, Greysport, and Youngs landings. Seem to catch more fish over there. Certain times of year Bryant is a good place to start, though most of them are tough when the water is low. John fishes with my grandfather, so I know they have some secret "honey holes" they like to fish in. A lot of them, I've never even seen after over 20 years fishing the lake. Some of them, I could watch them pull out 2-3 limits of fish in a few hours and catch nothing sitting right beside them fishing the same way with the same bait. I think there is some sort of electrical signal that passes down these men's hands through the pole that just attracts fish...maybe I'm nuts.

big boy 47's picture

where do you fish on grenada?

Alex upton

Thanks for stopping by www.crappie101.com. We are the site dedicated to crappie fishingi. We bring you tips and techniques from crappie country's top pros and the everyday fisherman not to mention the most complete information on crappie lakes from all around the country.

Bookmark Us

Bookmark Website 
Bookmark Page 

Follow Us

Find www.crappie101.com on TwitterFind www.crappie101.com on FacebookFind www.crappie101.com on YouTubeFind www.crappie101.com on Flickr

Platinum Sponsor

Current Moon

Recommend this page

Who's online

There are currently 0 users and 59 guests online.

A sonar-operated monitoring device mounted in a boat that is used to read the bottom structure, determine depth, and in some cases actually spot the fish; also called a fishfinder.

Search Glossary