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Grenada Lake Mississippi Crappie Fishing John Harrison and Russ Bailey


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By Ray - Posted on 17 August 2010

I got this crappie fishingi report from John Harrison and Russ Bailey yesterday on Grenada lake. The guys were making a show on hand poling for crappiei for Russ's TV Series Midwest Outdoors. They started fishing a bit after 4 pm and quit at 6. The first fish they caught was a hog 2.37 pound crappie. They ended up with 10 keepers in 2 hours and the fish preferred 12 foot depth. The guys were using Southern Pro stingers in orange and chartreuse and pink and silver on Buck's ultra light 11'. There was a strong east wind often with waves coming over the side of the boat but they had a great time and got a show.

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