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By Ray - Posted on 24 November 2010

Hey look who we have here at Grenada Lake Mississippi. If I am not mistaken these guys are newlyweds. Jason and Michelle Taylor out on Sardis lake with John Woods. Said they got a bit of a late start 10 am with the mist and fog but got this crappiei already.



Lunch time and the happy couple now have several nice crappie.

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Michelle and I just want to say thanks for another great crappie fishingi trip with John Woods Guide Service. If you want to come to Mississippi crappie fishingi John is the man for the job. He will give you a great fishing trip with lots of fun and a smile while doing it. And last but not least you will catch fish and not just any crappiei but quality crappie. I am talking big fish!!! and good numbers!!!

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You know how you can tell they still newly weds? Michelle is letting Jason hold the bigger fish. That will change soon.


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Michelle is already telling me it will change but the question is how long can I get by with this???

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A place for a game fish to rest in relative security from predators and current. Coveri is a non-permanent physical feature of the body of water. This term is often confused with the term 'structure' which refers to the permanent features of a body of water. Examples of cover include bushes, stumps, dock pilings, and laydowns.

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