Reelfoot 10/22/2010


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By wmandolin1 - Posted on 30 October 2010

A friend of mine and I fished Reelfoot Friday 10/22/10. Pitched jigs around exposed stumps in 7 to 8 foor of water.
Keep 45. If you can brave the stumps. The bite is pretty good.
Be careful and look for the stumps just under the surface they call them "WidowMakers". Junebug and Charturse seems to get the most action with Black and Charturse coming in second.

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Went back to Reelfoot on Sat. 10/23/2010. There was a bit more wind than Friday. Still scratched out 35 keepers. Same deal as Friday Junebug/Chartruse around exposed stumps in 7 to 8 fow.

Phillip

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Thanks for the reports. I was wondering if there was stilll water in Reelfoot.

Ray

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Yea and if they dont hurry up and get this spillway in, we are gonna be in bad trouble. They are pumping water out of the water table where they are working and Im pretty sure its having a big effect on the lake level.Heard a guy up there last weekend say the lake was losing 2 inches a week

Tristan

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