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Columbus lake Crappie fishing Trip

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By Ray - Posted on 31 May 2011

I had Mr. Bo Harper as my fishing partner Saturday on Columbus Lake. Bo is a 86 year old veteran of World War II and quite a good fisherman.
We fished Columbus lake and caught probably 20 or 25 crappiei and kept 15. Our biggest crappie was a little over 1.5. We were jig fishing in 4 to 6 foot of water and caught a mixed bag of black and white crappie.

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Ray, tks for helping make a VET's day!!!!

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