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Grenada Lake Mississippi crappie fishing Report from Woods guide service

Ray's picture

By Ray - Posted on 19 October 2010

John Woods had a great day on Grenada lake yesterday. Caught a nice limit and plenty of culls. Slow trolling double minnow rigs was the way to go. Looks like the fall bite is on so if you are thinking of booking a trip this fall now is the time.

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Huck Finn's picture

Mr. Woods, thanks for all the fishing reports you put out for us guys to read! And by the way that is a dandy bunch of crappiei you caught,WTG!! Looks like the 12 inch size limit has really started to pay off on Grenada. Do you know if anybody is trolling crankbaits for the crappie or is it just a minnow bite?

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some cranking but most are slow trolling. Woods

Ray's picture

By the way that is a nice cap you have there John.


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