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Grenada Lake MS crappie report John Woods


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By Ray - Posted on 15 April 2010

Here is the on the water crappiei report from Grenada Lake Mississippi with John Woods Guide Service. John Woods client today is Vernon Griffin and they are on some big crappie. This report came in at 11:00 am and they had 25 keepers with 1 3 pound crappie and 2 weighing 2.75 pounds. They are slow trolling in 3 to 7 foot of water.
UPDATE: 2nd picture It is 1:45 and they now have 34 in the live well. Bite has slowed a bit but they still are determined to get the 40 limit.

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