Lakes near Columbus


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By jwz4 - Posted on 08 April 2010

These were not from Columbus Lake but I figured it might help those who fish in waters in the same area. The water temperature was 58 degrees and was very clear. They were caught spider rigging double minnow rigs set at around at 8 and 6 feet with a 1/2oz bell sinker on the bottom in water had a slope that went from 10 to 14 feet in a hurry. Here are the results... The biggest one was 17 inches.

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danny malone's picture

Nice looking fish water temp on tenn-tom has been 65+ for several days but i haven't found the big ladieslike you have, good fishing danny.

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