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Grenada Lake John Woods Guide Service with Warren Cotton also Treble Hook Removal From Finger


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By Woods - Posted on 20 August 2012

Warren and I were on Grenada Lake last week pulling crank baits. The bite was a little slow,but we caught some pretty nice crappiei as you will see when I get the picture's up. We caught our crappie on a Deep Little N lure. Also when we got back to the ramp there was a man with a treble hook in his finger. I got to use the old fishing line trick to remove the hook from his finger.I new the technique but had never used it before. The guy said it was pain free and the price was right. It would have cost several hundred dollars to go to the hospital.

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Sound like a plan....I really want to learn that trick too. Lol

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Way to get on those slabs guys make me wish I was back home.. I can't take it anymore..... I think I'm heading down from Ohio to get me some real SLABS. Congrats

JT

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JT, come on down Warren and I will take you fishing. I'll show you how to get the hooks out of your hand. And hope to catch a few slabs.

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A flat is just as it sounds. This is an area of shallow water that has no defined drop into deeper water. The water depth is uniform or gets deeper very gradually. Flats can be found at the backs of all the bays, in coves within the bays and on the main lake where the flat land adjacent to the river was covered up by water when the rivers were backed up by damming.

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