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Grenada Lake Mississippi crappie fishing Report from Woods guide service

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By Woods - Posted on 06 January 2011

Today was much better than Wednesday. At least it did not rain and we did not have fog on the lake. But we did have wind a strong wind. Friday the wind is reported to be 15 to 25 miles per hour. Maybe we can get some fishing in before
it get's to rough. We caught some nice fish today with a bunch of throw backs even with the wind as strong as it was. You would not believe how much the lake got muddy over night. Where I fished Wednesday it was to much mud to fish. I had to find another spot. At this rate the lake will be to muddy to fish in a day or two.

Woods Guide Service

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Huck Finn's picture

That is a great bunch of fish Mr. Woods, congrats on the catch!

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Shannon,that is my lucky lucky lucky crappie101 hat.

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Looks like you got a good catch. Is that your lucky hat? It looks like a nice hat.

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A method of keeping fish alive after they have been caught. A string or small nylon rope is threaded through the mouth and gills of a fish and is then tied off to the boat or dock allowing the fish to remain overboard in the water but preventing them from swimming away. With the advent of livewells and other more modern methods of keeping fish, stringers have become nearly obsolete, but can still be quite handy when fishing from the bank of a pond. The term 'stringer' is also used by anglers to indicate the size of their catch for the day (10-pound stringer = 10 pounds of fish).

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