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Reelfoot Lake 2-7-10 John Woods , Matt & Luke McGrath


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By Woods - Posted on 08 February 2010

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I fished Reelfoot Lake today for about 5 hours. I caught about 2 limits of crappiei culling down to 1 limit. I was using 14ft. BnM poles and live bait, fishing water 10 to 15 ft. deep near the bottom. A father & son team put in before me and took out the same time I did. They were Matt McGrath & his son Luke McGrath. Luke will be 6 years old in March. Luke had a big time fishing with his dad and never complained about being cold. Sounds like Luke might be on the tournament trail in a few years. Have FUN fishing together Matt & Luke that's what its all about having FUN. John Woods

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John , So that's what crappiei look like. That is a good catch.
You're the man. Love the pic's and commentary

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Beau, I need some help posting pics and story. You and Jason get hooked up and help me out. Woods

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John
Those are some good fish and a nice amount of them. Thats the way to fish. Keep the good pics rolling in.
Jason T

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Jason, you can catch some good crappiei early in the year on Reelfoot. After April I'm gone somewhere else. Woods

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Looks like Matt is starting Luke off right.Very nice fish!

Kid Crappie

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KidCrappie, that Luke is a real trooper most kids his age would rather be home playing video games. Woods

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John that looks like a good catch of white crappiei. Did you have any black crappie?

Kid Crappie

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Not the first black crappiei. I have been fishing the main lake. Need to get more shallow around the lilly stems, weeds, grass and trees to catch the blacks.

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General term referring to underwater weeds and vegetation. Refers to green plants growing in the water. Crappie are attracted to the grass, which is home to prey.

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