Reelfoot Jan. 11 th.


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By Woods - Posted on 11 January 2009

My son Kevin and I went to Reelfoot looking for tournament crappiei. We fished the north part of the lake for about 3 to 4 hours caught one good crappie 2 pounder and lost two more tournament crappie. It was cold the wind was blowing. That was enough fishing for today. But if you just want to catch numbers get you some minnows and go to the Green Island area. Fish water 11 to 16 foot deep fishing around 8 to 12 feet deep Woods

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Any new reports?

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Catch@fish, No new report. Brian & I looked at going today. But with the snow & ice we have we stayed home. But I will have a Reelfoot report soon. Woods

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I had a friend go this morning and the weatherman missed the wind so he didnt get to fish that much.

FISH ON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Welcome aboard catch@fish. Thanks for joining us and your posts have entered you for the crappiei gear contest.

Ray

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We also fished at Reelfoot. We fished Green Island and did OK. We caught about 25-30 fish and kept 14. The wind did not cooperate with us at all.

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

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