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Feb 1st Columbus lake report

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By Ray - Posted on 02 February 2009

After catching a limit on Sat. I had to go back again Sun. Could not catch many on the tops but got back to trolling and again caught a limit. The crappiei seemed to have moved up in about 8 or 9 foot of water and I trolled the jigs very slowly again about 6 to 7 feet deep.
Can anyone spot the one black crappie in the pic?

Columbus Ms Crappie.JPG
Trolling Columbus lake crappie.JPG
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Nice catch! I see the difference between a pro & a rookie. I went to Grenada Saturday and caught 4 (no keepers)started to go to Columbus lake but changed my mind. Thinking Grenada was the spot and would require a wait to get boat in the water but there was only 2 other boats I saw on the lake. I got the Crappie bug last year and still in learning stages. Maybe some of you pros could give some tips. I haven't tried trolling but it ssems to be the ticket. I found this web site and it looked like the place I needed to visit. Oh yea -Black crappiei looks like one 2nd from left on bottom.

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Hey Rdendy. You spotted the black crappiei. Welcome to the site. I hope you get the info you are looking for here on the site. We do feel we have some of the best crappie fishermen in the country visiting the site and answering questions. You are entered in the crappie gear contest. Post often for more chances to win and good luck.


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When crappiei are not relating to the bottom of the lake. The fish are staging in the middle zone of water. This happens frequently in summer, when fish get inactive.

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