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By katfish76 - Posted on 18 November 2010

Wanted to wish everyone success this weekend at Grenada. Looks like the weather will be decent barring some southerly winds. Will be looking for the results to be posted. I am going to be in MS this weekend working on the duck camp and I might try to make the weigh in. Does anybody know what ramp they are weighing in at?

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The weigh in will be at Grenada landing.

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Attention Grenada Lake anglers: There's a change in location for the Friday night seminar coming up this weekend. The site is changing to the "Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Grenada", 1540 Sunset Drive in Grenada. Please pass the word around. Thank You

Ray

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