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Grenada 12-22-10 Carl Painter's Guide Service

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By Carl Painter - Posted on 22 December 2010

Ole Grenada was angry today, with a steady 15 mph wind. The lake is also extremely low. Had some difficulty motoring from the ramp to the main lake,churned up lots of mud. Had Jeff Thorne as my second seat guest today. Despite the adverse conditions, we managed to catch over 30 crappiei 16 of which were keepers. Here is Jeff with big fish of the day, 2 lbs 9 ozs.

Huck Finn's picture

That is a dandy fish, congrats on the catch!

crappie cowboy's picture

Hey Man....Good luck with your guide service, I know you'll do well with it.

crappiei cowboy

Big Papa's picture

Whats the water temp on Grenada now? Which part of the lake did you fish?

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Water temp was 41. We fished the only part of the lake with water in it, out from the dam. Grenada is as low as I have ever seen it. If we don't get a good rain in the next couple of days, the lake will be non accessable.

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