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Grenada Lake crappie report from John Harrison


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By Ray - Posted on 28 April 2010

Here is a picture of John Harrison's catch today on Grenada Lake.
John Fished 22.5 hours in shallow water and caught a 20 limit. Looks like it is still on at Grenada.

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A line of abrupt change in depth, bottom type, or water clarity in the feature of otherwise uniform structure. A place where there is a sudden or drastic change in the depth of the water, or weed type. This may be the edge of a creek, a submerged cliff, or even a stand of submerged weeds.

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