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Grenada Lake Crappie report John Harrison Guide Service

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By Ray - Posted on 08 April 2011

John Harrison with the Help of Brad Taylor guided Ed Hadley, Bob Langford, Eddie Burchett Frank Miller and Mark Young today. As you can see from the picture they had a big day. Caught a bunch of big crappiei slow trolling jigs and minnows in shallow water..

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Hi guys,, my name is mike and i have lived in grenada all my life. just bought a 2004 war eagle 20/72 and lovin it. Thought i new grenada pretty well but lately i,ve found out the more i fish the less i really know about this lake. met capps and coleman at tournament on april 1st. Definately pros. Those guys come down here and put us home boys to shame. Great web site!!!!

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That ain't right! WTG guys, great bunch of fish!!

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