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Grenada Lake crappie fishing Report


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By Ray - Posted on 04 June 2013

I finally got back out on the water this weekend. Went to Grenada Lake with my buddy Heath and. We pulled crank baits and did a little long lining. The bite was a little slow but we sure had a good time and managed to come up with a mess of crappiei.

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wanted to let everyone know that grizzly jig has MR. CRAPPIE 10 lb mega spools (1000 yrds) for $3.00!!!!!!

THanks,

Bart Gillon
Mr. Crappie/Strike King Pro Staff

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