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Duck River Unit New Johnsonville

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By KidCrappie - Posted on 09 November 2009

November 8th. 30 keepers on minnows spider rigging. Hunt,s was out of minnows but a small shop by the bridge has plenty......Get out and fish!

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Hey Kidcrappie thanks for the report. Looks like the fall bite is in full swing. Man I wish I lived closer to Kentucky Lake. That is a really nice place to crappie fish.


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Ray the fill pipe is open this week from the Duck River to Gayners slough and the water is rushing in,I had to have an infusion of chemo yesterday and did not get to go.Two of my friends did make the trip and had 19 Keepers. they fished 5 hours.Water temperature was 54 degrees. Kentucky Lake is still high.They were using minnows........

Kid Crappie

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anyone have any reports on big sandy

slow trollin

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