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Columbus Lake Crappie fishing report 02-21-10


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By Ray - Posted on 21 February 2010

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Me and Charlie fished Columbus Lake today for a little while. First 4 hours without catching a keeper crappiei. We ended up catching 12 to 15 in the last 2 hours. We were trolling double minnow rigs in 10 to 12 foot of water. Here is a couple of pics. My little one greeted us back at the house and found the crappie interesting.

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Nice fish. How's the new rig working out for you?

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The War Eagle Predator is working well. I am still adjusting to how to handle the boat while fishing but that was to be expected.

Ray

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Ray good looking crappiei. Pretty girl in the picture also. Those crappie are almost as tall as she is. Charlie said he liked your trolling set up. Woods

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