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Grenada lake with Don Don and Nessa


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By DonDon - Posted on 09 August 2010

We fished in the Crappie dot com Championship Fruit Jar tourney this past Saturday and had a blast. Prefished Friday for a few hours pulling cranks, then switched to Spider rigging for while. Caught fish both ways though but less Dinks friday on Cranks. Saturday was another story. It was Dink day til about 9 or 9:30, musta thrown back 50, 8 to 10 inch fish. Once the bigger fish turned on, my wife and I had a good day except for the trot lines we found that are now on the bottom on the lake. LOL. BE CAREFUL cause they are all over Skuna area. We weighed in a respectable 11.7 pounds on 7 fish with a big fish of I think 2.52. The winners had a touch over 13 pounds on their 7 fish. Not a bad day at all. Fish are scattered and found them in 20-30 FOW. This season is over with but we'll have 6 tourneys next year starting in February. We fish all the COE lakes along with Ross Barnett and Washington

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Hey Don Don thanks for the report and pictures. Looks like you guys had a great time. I was thinking about going to Grenada this coming weekend but looks like will will be spending another day SI Scanning on Pickwick. In this weather it was been a lot of fun finding all kinds of new stuff in that lake.

Ray

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Ray, if you change your mind, hollar at me and I'll give ya a few hints on where and color of crank

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Thanks bud. I appreciate it.

Ray

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