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John Woods at Grizzly Jigs Crappie Show

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By Shannon - Posted on 22 January 2010

Come see John Woods at the 7th annual Grizzly Jigs Spring Tackle Show.
Grizzly Jigs Spring Tackle Show

Thursday, January 28th

7:00am SALE STARTS! Good day to shop and beat the crowd
4:00pm Fisherman’s Night Out with Wally Marshall, “Mr. Crappie”, refreshments served
5:00pm Seminar with Wally Marshall, Door prizes will be given away

Friday, January 29th

7:00am Doors open, coffee and donuts served
8:00am Jig fishing w/ the nation’s #1 jig fisherman, John Woods
9:30am Kent Driscoll and John Harris
11:00am Wally Marshall, Mr. Crappie
12:30pm Todd Huckabee
2:00pm Six time National Champions, Ronnie Capps and Steve Coleman
3:30pm Q&A with Darryl Morris and Jerry Blake, special guest Keith “Catfish” Sutton

Saturday, January 30th

7:00am Doors open, coffee and donuts served
8:00am Coffee with Troy Frandson and special guest Pro Bass Fisherman, Winn Stevens: Q&A on Hummingbird and Minnkota
9:15am Garry Mason with special guest Charlie Brewer, Slider
10:30am B&M Pro’s Wade Hendren and Roy Logan
11:45am Keith “Catfish” Sutton
1:00pm Wally Marshall, Mr. Crappie
2:15pm Brad Whitehead, Long lining and side pulling
3:30pm Ronnie Capps and Steve Coleman

Sunday, January 31st

9:30am Doors open, refreshments served
10:00am Q&A session with Grizzly Jig Pro Staff, Scott Stafford, John Martins, Bruno Perotti, Lance Mansfield and Kevin Murphy
11:00am Bert Bennett
12:00pm John Woods
1:00pm Todd Huckabee
2:00pm Q&A with B&M Reelfoot Lake Pro Staff, Ronnie Capps, Steve Coleman, John Woods, Wade Hendren and Roy Logan
3:00pm Wally Marshall, Mr. Crappie
4:30pm Show Closing Presentations with Louie and Wade Mansfield, Grizzly Jig Company Owners
Grizzly Jig Company

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A distinct layer of water where rising warm and sinking cold water meet but do not mix. It is a layer of water where the temperature changes at least one-half a degree per foot of depth. In many of our desert bass lakes, a thermocline often develops during the spring and breaks down in the fall. The colder layer of water is often lacking in oxygen, forcing most baitfish and sport-fish to the upper layer of water. Thermoclines can be so dense that they actually show up on sonar (fish finders and depth finders) as a thick, impenetrable line.

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