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Reelfoot Lake John Woods & Brian Ramm 1-27-2010


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By Woods - Posted on 27 January 2010

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Brian Ramm and I fished Reelfoot lake today for about 3 1/2 hours. Using 14 ft. BnM poles & minnow rigs. We caught 36 crappiei. I used my drift sock. Brian liked fishing with the drift sock. It keeps the cold wind to your back instead of in your face. John Woods

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Those are some nice slabs John....

Kid Crappie

Carl Painter's picture

Nice job John! It has been too long since I've caught a mess of fish. I may have to get a TN. liscense and follow you around Reelfoot one day soon.

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Carl, come on up the crappiei here are not as big as they are in Miss. But they EAT just as good. John Woods

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