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Reelfoot Guide trip with Ronnie Capps Guide Service


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By Ronnie Capps - Posted on 04 November 2010

I guided this young fellow on a crappie fishingi trip to Reelfoot Lake. We had a great time and took a limit of crappiei.
First picture is the crappie we had in our first hour of fishing. The second picture is one of those October, Reelfoot Hog Crappie. The Third picture answers the question "what were they biting?"
Last picture was a happy client at the end of a good day of crappie fishingi on Reelfoot.

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DTG's picture

Hey is that the "Hot and Faster Jigi" ? LMAO!!!!!

FISH ON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Simpson Jigs
Phillips 66
Oxygenator/U2 Pro Formula

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Looks Good. I didn't know Ronnie could fish? Hahaha :)

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