reelfoot crappie report


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By Mark Morris - Posted on 01 August 2010

got back from reelfoot last night. my sons and i fished 3 mornings... HOT HOT HOT. fished til about noon each day caught 8-10 each day 4-5 of which were keepers. on the advise of crappiei 101 members we fished 10-14 foot water at and around green island fished double minnow rigs 3 to 5 ft. deep. did alot of stump spinning. that place looks like one fine crappie hole at prime time.. looks like pressure could be pretty tough. thanks for the tips we enjoyed it. mark morris

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Mark, it's just tough fishing anywhere, but fishing with your son's, PRICELESS!!!

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Fish that are in a non-feeding mood. Examples of typically inactive times: following a cold front; during a major weather change that causes a sudden rise or fall in water temperature, or when a rising lake level is abruptly lowered.

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