Weekend fishing trip

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By mwinter - Posted on 05 July 2010

I went Friday afternoon and all day Saturday at Grenada Lake. I caught three keepers Friday afternoon after fishing for about three hours with one fish over 2 lbs. Saturday I had ten keepers with all over 1.5 lbs. with a couple over 2. The wind was rough, which caused some rough seas. I had to fish on Skuna side, due to the other side being unfishable. I was slow trolling double minnow rigs fishing 8-10 ft deep in 20 to 30 ft of water.

Ray's picture

mwinter. Thanks for the report. I am starting to hear some good things from Grenada and hope to make a trip soon myself.


Big Papa's picture

Let me know when you are headed to Grenada, maybe we can make it a joint venture?

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