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Grenada Lake Crappie report 8-01-10

Ray's picture

By Ray - Posted on 01 August 2010

Well Charlie and I fished Grenada this morning and had a pretty good day. We started at daylight and quit at 11:00 and brought home 27 nice fish. We were pulling cranks in 18 to 22 foot of water. We caught most of them on Sardis gold and Black.

mwinter's picture

Nice fish. Does Charlie like Yahoos and vienna's?LOL


Carl Painter's picture

Nice! I believe we were working the same area today.

Ray's picture

Hey Carl. I think you are correct. I thought I seen you with one of your boys but was not sure enough to come check and risk making someone mad for getting too close. How did you guys do?


Beau Butler's picture

I bet the water was muddy where those "HOGS" had been rooting around! Great fish.

Ray's picture

Hey beau. I did check the stomach contents of these crappiei as well. Checked about 12 fish and found all shad except what looked to be one leach. Averaged 3 or 4 shad in each about 1.5 inches long. The water temp was 89.


Woods's picture

Ray you and Charlie got some good crappiei. Charlie must have been tuckered out sitting on the cooler like that. Looks like you might have won the fruit jar tournament if it had been today. Woods

Charlie's picture


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