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Grenada Lake crappie report from John Woods


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By Ray - Posted on 12 July 2010

Just got this crappiei report from John Woods out on Grenada lake today. He and his wife Hope are slow trolling minnows and catching some nice crappie. They have about 25 at 11:00 am.

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T. Todd's picture

Those are some good looking slabs John.

T. Todd

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Thanks man where have you been. I have not seen that green tractor in a while. Woods

T. Todd's picture

Haha been working mostly and doing a little cat fishing with Brandon. I am about ready to get back after them. Hope all has been well with you.

T. Todd

hillbilly77's picture

john give me an update might be going down friday RICK

Rick Fodge
Beau Butler's picture

Those are some really nice fish. Good job. Now, did the wife out fish you?

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Beau, I caught all those crappiei. That's my story and I'm sticking to it. Woods

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