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Kentucky Lake Report

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By katfish76 - Posted on 27 March 2011

TVA has finally got the lake level back down to summer pool. Fishing has been tough with high water and high winds. Glen Woodard of TN River Guide Service landed this beast on Friday fishing with a client from Murfreesboro, TN. She weighed an impressive 3 lbs 9 ozs and looked like a freak of nature. Bass Pro was called to come get her and take her to the Nashville store to be put in the tank. Unfortunately she did not make it and was taken to the taxadermist. Glen and I are fishing the Crappie USA event this weekend and what a big fish that would have made for us. We'll see what happens. Hopefully the lake will stabalize some this week barring any rains. I have a few days available if anyone is looking for a trip. By the way we have caught male fish this week that are starting to turn black. The spawn should really peak with the next moon.

Monster 3 pound Kentucky Crappie 1
Monster 3 pound Kentucky Crappie 2
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Big bait equals big fish. Caught it slow trolling Southern Pro Umbrella's.

Chris "Katfish" Johnson
Professional Fishing & Duck Hunting Guide
Tn River Guide Service

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Looks like he might be related to Tank MaGirt 6'1 @ age 11....used to call him' "big shoulders"....LAWDY LAWDY what did he use ????? Pleases tell me' ...

I just love to catch fish.......simple ain't it!

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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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