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Everetts Lake (Dyer County TN) John Woods and Brian Ramm


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By Woods - Posted on 19 January 2011

Brian and I fished Everetts Lake this afternoon. We caught our crappiei 13th deep in 15 to 18 foot of water. We were Jigi fishing using BnM 10 ft. Ultra Light Poles with Martin Automatic Reels and Southern Pro Jigs. It was nice just to get to fish before the next ice and snow moves in.
Woods Guide Service

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Those automatics are the only way to go when jig fishing. Quick to let out and quick to retrieve. I used to use Martins, now I use the ones made by Phlueger.

Matthew Tosh Guide Service
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Nice catch guys!

T. Todd

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T Todd, when are you and Brandon going to pull crankbaits with me again?

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John, duck season ends next weekend. I will gladly go anytime you get ready to. I am ready to get on some of those stop signs if you know what I mean haha.

T. Todd

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Woods I have to use the regular old standard reel. What's an automatic?

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Big Papa, I will try to get you a picture of one.

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