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Columbus Lake Mississippi Crappie report 6-5-10


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By Ray - Posted on 07 June 2010

Mark Fulgham was crappie fishingi on Columbus Lake with Joe Wilson and Steve Perritt this Sat. I seen the guys out on the lake and knew they were catching fish but did not know they were catching these nice size crappiei. The fish came from shallow water 4 to 6 foot deep and on jigs.

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Hey does anybody else notice it looks like Steve is jealously eying Mark's crappiei?

Ray

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Either that or Mark is holding Steve's crappiei.

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Actually I am wondering why I keep finding myself in pictures with ugly people :) being such a good looking guy that I am.

In the last few weeks we had been doing pretty good with the fish quality and quantity for Columbus. The fish have been shallow and hitting hard the way we really like them.

We have been meaning to fish in Gainsville but being lazy and the fish bitting so well here we just can seem to get the motivation going to do it.

Pretty soon they will be moving out of th 2 to 4' water into deeper water and we will probably fish some of the other areas along the Tenn Tom as well as some close lakes.

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