HOW HIGH IS THE WATER MAMA


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By uncle al - Posted on 09 March 2011

ITS LOOKING BETTER AT GRENADA LAKE, THAT IS FOR THIS YEARS CRAPPIE SPAWN. LAKE LEVELS ARE PUSHING 2OO, WITH A PROMISE OF ATLEAST ANOTHER FOOT AFTER THE RAIN LAST NIGHT. SPREAD WATER ABOVE GUMS AND GRACE PORT CROSSINGS WILL INSURE MUCH NEEDED, SECLUDED AREAS FOR THE FISH TO MOVE INTO. IT ALSO MAKES IT MORE DIFFICULT FOR THOSE THAT TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE ONCE A YEAR "EASY PICKINS" DURING THE SPAWN. THIS HELPS THOSE OF US THAT FISH YEAR ROUND. I BELIVE THE MEMBERS OF 101 KNOW WHAT I MEAN. THE WEATHER IS SUPPOSE TO BE GOOD FOR THE NEXT SEVERAL DAYS, SURE WOULD LIKE TO GET A COUPLE OF THOSE BIG, 3LB+, PRE SPAWN MAMAS............C YA @ THE CROSSING.....UNCLE AL

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