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John Woods Reelfoot Lake Crappie


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By Ray - Posted on 04 March 2010

This is a on the water report from John Woods and Charles Kelly. They are on Reelfoot today and looks like they are doing pretty good.

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It must have had something to do with those new drift socks there Bubba !

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Rugman, I had out two 60 inch drift socks for a long time. WINDY Woods

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John, That is some really nice fish. Good Job! Save a few for me.

Beau B.

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