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Grenada Lake 9-18-10, 9-19-10 Charlie Kent Guide Service & John Woods Guide Service


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By Woods - Posted on 19 September 2010

Charlie & I spent Sat.& Sun. on Grenada Lake fun fishing. We had a lot of fun. We also caught some big MAMA'S as you can see from the pictures. We caught more crappiei Saturday than Sunday. Charlie said it must have been because we wore our yellow sunglass's Saturday. We trolled double minnow rigs at all depths with live bait. Crappie are scattered with no pattern. Charlie said he thought a 2&3/4 lb crappie would win the Big MAMA contest. I agree. John Woods Guide Service 731-334-9669

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Woods,
Save a few of them big slabs for us Buckeyes, hear? We're looking fwd to seeing you boys that first weekend in November. Can't wait for some of that pie.
Coomer Boys

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Kingfish, you guy's come on down. Hope the crappiei bite is good. If not I got the pie. Woods

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