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Grenada Lake 4-15-10 John Woods Guide Service With Vernon Griffin

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By Woods - Posted on 16 April 2010

Vernon Griffin and I fished Grenada Lake Thursday. Started out with a strong wind and the crappiei bite was pretty good. Vernon and I thought we would have our limit and be gone by 1:00 PM. But like fishing goes the wind laid some and started blowing from different directions. And the crappie bite went with it. We counted our crappie about 1:00PM and had 34 large crappie. It seemed that we fished for ever and caught 4 more crappie giving us 38 crappie. The last two crappie we thought we would never get. We had gotten anxious ran out of large minnows and started catching small crappie. But we caught 42 keeper crappie culling down to 40 keepers. But that is real crappie fishingi. Vernon had been fishing with his nephew Warren and Thomas some. At the end of the day Vernon said he was never going crappie fishingi with them again and wanted to buy my boat poles and all. He liked the deep V my boat has making for a smooth ride. I have been away from home seems like for ever guiding but I will have some more fishing stories soon. Thanks John Woods Guide Service

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I would like to congratulate John on my guide trip we had a blast and it really felt great to catch such huge fish, thanks again John and I hope to get together again real soon.

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