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    duckydoty got a reaction from Johnsfolly in Catching Stocked Trout In Urban Lakes: How?   
    These are hatchery trout. Think about what they are use to seeing and eating. They have grown up eating pellet food that has a smell to it and maybe they have seen some eggs. If you are fly fishing try using a fly that resembles these items. Glow balls, egg patterns, and what I call dog food flies (pellet flies) might work a little better for you. Most of the people I hear about fishing these stocked ponds are successful on power bait and cheese bait. Make sure you are using light enough tippet also. Try 7x to see if it increases your bite chances. You will have a little more fun fighting the fish on lighter line too. Good luck to you and keep us updated on your success.
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    duckydoty reacted to LittleRedFisherman in Official Fishing Report for JigFest 2019   
    Well the 7th Jigfest was another success and not  just because of the fishing, it was good seeing old friends made as well as new ones during these gatherings.  
    The fishing wasn’t great my first day, the high water flows of the white had dingy water and trash on Friday and the fishing was rough as Phil stated.  I invited my friend Nick to join us for his first experience on white river, it wasn’t I was hoping for his first experience there.   However the gatherings that evening and the Eric’s BBQ where awesome as usual.  
     
    Today was a different story, with the advice of Ham and ZigJigMan aka “the human seines”, some of us made a trek to the Norfork as the flood gates flows where at a decent level for fishing.   That decision turned out fantastic.  Nick fished with me till 2pm and we had 83 boated by the time he had to leave, and I mean some fat fiesty  rainbows with several cutthroats mixed in. Nick started the day with an 18 inch bow on the Second cast of the day, I knew then it was gonna be a good day!   DJ “JestersJK” joined me soon after and we continued to lay the smackdown as my son says on some heathy trout.  After my dismal day Friday fishing I stayed with the zig jig most of the day as I was shooting for 100 boated fish, DJ did well throwing jerkbaits as well.    My boat ended up boating 114 trout and my last fish of the day was a 19 inch Cut that fought like a smallmouth!  Hooked it right before a sketchy shoal and things got interesting as we where trying to keep the boat out of it and fight the stout fish!  This was actually my first ever fishing the Norfork, so was highly impressed and looking forward to going back soon.  
     
    The last pic is for Johnfolly, I hate he couldn’t make it this year but thought I’d do some micro brown trout fishing in his absence!     Another great gathering y’all, looking forward to more reports here! God Bless! 











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    duckydoty reacted to JestersHK in Official Fishing Report for JigFest 2019   
    Thanks for the start Phil.  Seth and I boated 25 in just a few hours when we got down yesterday.   Had 2 pretty nice smallies and I stuck a little brown. 
    This morning we started in same area down at buffalo confluence, but with an extra 5k of flow I guess it moved them out a bit.  
    Lots of trash too.  We boated 25 or so again today, but it was tough.  I did catch my first white river cutt and a decent brownie along with the rainbows.   Never got a brook for the slam. 
    We boated all the way past rim shoals to crooked creek. Drifted back down and jerked the slower water. 






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    duckydoty reacted to BilletHead in Cast Iron Cookware Is Made For Men   
    You have no idea .
     







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    duckydoty reacted to Quillback in Who is ready?   
    I just ordered up a beer and sat down at the bar
    When some guy walked in an' said who owns this car
    With the peace sign the mag wheels and four on the floor Well he looked at me and I damn near died
    And I decided that I'd jus wait outside
    So I layed a dollar on the bar and headed for the door Jes' when I thought I'd get outta there with my skin
    These five big dude come strollin' in
    With this one old drunk chick and some fella with green teeth An' I was almost to the door when the biggest one
    Said you tip your hat to this lady son
    An' when I did all that hair fell out from underneath Now the last thing I wanted was to get into a fight
    In Sumner Missouri on a Saturday night
    'Specially when there was three of them and only one of me
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    duckydoty reacted to BilletHead in Thanks Veterans   
    Thanks guys and gals for serving,
    The BilletHeads
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    duckydoty reacted to hillbillyflyshack in My sons first trout   
    Took my son Chance trout fishing for the first time and we had a ball with him catching his first rainbow. Saturday the water was running pretty hard so we went up and strarted at the cable throwing small crankbaits and the fish loved them with a beautiful male that was 18 3/4 inches that made his day and mine. We caught at least 30 with many 2 to 2 1/2 lbers WOW what a day the Lord blessed us with but Sunday was another wonderful day in large part due to Duane Doty and his vast knowledge and I owe him a debt of gratitude as he helped my son and I have a great bonding weekend. Thank you so much Duane you are truly a professional and a gentleman. Respectfully, Pete
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    duckydoty got a reaction from laker67 in TR through the weekend   
    It’s equal to 4 units, Rick. Lots of guys around the outlets and down the bank today. Lots of good fish caught today.
    709.39
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    duckydoty got a reaction from MickinMO in TR through the weekend   
    It’s equal to 4 units, Rick. Lots of guys around the outlets and down the bank today. Lots of good fish caught today.
    709.39
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    duckydoty reacted to JestersHK in Big Brownie is finally home.   
    So last December my cousin and I both caught a big brownie at Taneycomo jigfest.  I caught her first, but had no way to net her as she was way too big for my net and she took off from my hands as I couldn't hold onto her tail...
    Luckily she was either super hungry or protecting a bed as Brandon caught her not 5 minutes later, and we managed to take some awful pictures and measured her lenght at 32in and height at 11in in the dark after beaching her on the rocks.  She was released unharmed and swam off strong though.  Hopefully I'll see her caught and released again. 
    After this crazy fish story we both decided to get reproduction mounts done and multiple folks recommended Don Frank.  We were not disappointed...
    Working off our pretty terrible pictures Don was able to replicate our fish superbly.  I couldn't be happier with how it turned out.  We both have a piece of art now which looks like it's gonna swim right off the wall.  
    It's about impossible to take pictures that will do it justice, but tried different angles and lighting as well as some comparison pics. 
    Here's a link to our original story.
     






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    duckydoty got a reaction from ness in Grenada Lake, Mississippi monster slabs   
    Took a family trip down to Mississippi to get on some big crappie.  Something I’ve been wanting to do for years.  Why have I waited so long?  It was incredible!  We arrived Friday late afternoon for check in and got settled in our cabin.  Went down to the outdoor pavilion called “The Slab Shack” for dinner.  1 inch thick strip steaks, sea salt crusted baked potatoes, coleslaw, grilled asparagus, garlic bread, key lime pie, and home maid pineapple ice cream.
    Woke up early next morning for sausage biscuit sandwiches and headed for the water.  Spider rigged till about noon for some monster slabs picking up 28 keepers over 13 inches.  Had sandwiches on the boat and pizza waiting for us back at the slab shack.  Put all the fish on ice for pictures the next day.  Dinner the second night was hand cut pork chops, salad, baked beans, coleslaw, corn and onions, blackberry cobbler and homemade blackberry ice cream.  
    Up early again for breakfast down at the Slab Shack of fried ham steaks and biscuits, then on the water by the crack of daylight.  Caught my largest crappie ever of 16 3/4 inches and 31 more in the 14-16 inch range.  Back to the Slab Shack by new to grill burgers and chips for lunch.  Big photo shoot of both boats of family and fish for two days of fishing.  We ended up boating 122 keepers.  After pictures, the guides went to cleaning fish.  They got that dialed in.
    Final dinner was smoke ribs, coleslaw, baked beans, bread, pasta salad, cobbler and ice cream.
    I will be going again!










     










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    duckydoty got a reaction from Ryan Miloshewski in Grenada Lake, Mississippi monster slabs   
    Took a family trip down to Mississippi to get on some big crappie.  Something I’ve been wanting to do for years.  Why have I waited so long?  It was incredible!  We arrived Friday late afternoon for check in and got settled in our cabin.  Went down to the outdoor pavilion called “The Slab Shack” for dinner.  1 inch thick strip steaks, sea salt crusted baked potatoes, coleslaw, grilled asparagus, garlic bread, key lime pie, and home maid pineapple ice cream.
    Woke up early next morning for sausage biscuit sandwiches and headed for the water.  Spider rigged till about noon for some monster slabs picking up 28 keepers over 13 inches.  Had sandwiches on the boat and pizza waiting for us back at the slab shack.  Put all the fish on ice for pictures the next day.  Dinner the second night was hand cut pork chops, salad, baked beans, coleslaw, corn and onions, blackberry cobbler and homemade blackberry ice cream.  
    Up early again for breakfast down at the Slab Shack of fried ham steaks and biscuits, then on the water by the crack of daylight.  Caught my largest crappie ever of 16 3/4 inches and 31 more in the 14-16 inch range.  Back to the Slab Shack by new to grill burgers and chips for lunch.  Big photo shoot of both boats of family and fish for two days of fishing.  We ended up boating 122 keepers.  After pictures, the guides went to cleaning fish.  They got that dialed in.
    Final dinner was smoke ribs, coleslaw, baked beans, bread, pasta salad, cobbler and ice cream.
    I will be going again!










     










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    duckydoty got a reaction from Ryan Miloshewski in Pick a Cause for an OAF Donation   
    CFM would be a good one covering all aspects of Missouri.  Regional DU or TU.
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    duckydoty got a reaction from Johnsfolly in Pick a Cause for an OAF Donation   
    CFM would be a good one covering all aspects of Missouri.  Regional DU or TU.
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    duckydoty got a reaction from bfishn in Grenada Lake, Mississippi monster slabs   
    Took a family trip down to Mississippi to get on some big crappie.  Something I’ve been wanting to do for years.  Why have I waited so long?  It was incredible!  We arrived Friday late afternoon for check in and got settled in our cabin.  Went down to the outdoor pavilion called “The Slab Shack” for dinner.  1 inch thick strip steaks, sea salt crusted baked potatoes, coleslaw, grilled asparagus, garlic bread, key lime pie, and home maid pineapple ice cream.
    Woke up early next morning for sausage biscuit sandwiches and headed for the water.  Spider rigged till about noon for some monster slabs picking up 28 keepers over 13 inches.  Had sandwiches on the boat and pizza waiting for us back at the slab shack.  Put all the fish on ice for pictures the next day.  Dinner the second night was hand cut pork chops, salad, baked beans, coleslaw, corn and onions, blackberry cobbler and homemade blackberry ice cream.  
    Up early again for breakfast down at the Slab Shack of fried ham steaks and biscuits, then on the water by the crack of daylight.  Caught my largest crappie ever of 16 3/4 inches and 31 more in the 14-16 inch range.  Back to the Slab Shack by new to grill burgers and chips for lunch.  Big photo shoot of both boats of family and fish for two days of fishing.  We ended up boating 122 keepers.  After pictures, the guides went to cleaning fish.  They got that dialed in.
    Final dinner was smoke ribs, coleslaw, baked beans, bread, pasta salad, cobbler and ice cream.
    I will be going again!










     










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    duckydoty got a reaction from snagged in outlet 3 in Grenada Lake, Mississippi monster slabs   
    Took a family trip down to Mississippi to get on some big crappie.  Something I’ve been wanting to do for years.  Why have I waited so long?  It was incredible!  We arrived Friday late afternoon for check in and got settled in our cabin.  Went down to the outdoor pavilion called “The Slab Shack” for dinner.  1 inch thick strip steaks, sea salt crusted baked potatoes, coleslaw, grilled asparagus, garlic bread, key lime pie, and home maid pineapple ice cream.
    Woke up early next morning for sausage biscuit sandwiches and headed for the water.  Spider rigged till about noon for some monster slabs picking up 28 keepers over 13 inches.  Had sandwiches on the boat and pizza waiting for us back at the slab shack.  Put all the fish on ice for pictures the next day.  Dinner the second night was hand cut pork chops, salad, baked beans, coleslaw, corn and onions, blackberry cobbler and homemade blackberry ice cream.  
    Up early again for breakfast down at the Slab Shack of fried ham steaks and biscuits, then on the water by the crack of daylight.  Caught my largest crappie ever of 16 3/4 inches and 31 more in the 14-16 inch range.  Back to the Slab Shack by new to grill burgers and chips for lunch.  Big photo shoot of both boats of family and fish for two days of fishing.  We ended up boating 122 keepers.  After pictures, the guides went to cleaning fish.  They got that dialed in.
    Final dinner was smoke ribs, coleslaw, baked beans, bread, pasta salad, cobbler and ice cream.
    I will be going again!










     










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    duckydoty got a reaction from tho1mas in Grenada Lake, Mississippi monster slabs   
    Took a family trip down to Mississippi to get on some big crappie.  Something I’ve been wanting to do for years.  Why have I waited so long?  It was incredible!  We arrived Friday late afternoon for check in and got settled in our cabin.  Went down to the outdoor pavilion called “The Slab Shack” for dinner.  1 inch thick strip steaks, sea salt crusted baked potatoes, coleslaw, grilled asparagus, garlic bread, key lime pie, and home maid pineapple ice cream.
    Woke up early next morning for sausage biscuit sandwiches and headed for the water.  Spider rigged till about noon for some monster slabs picking up 28 keepers over 13 inches.  Had sandwiches on the boat and pizza waiting for us back at the slab shack.  Put all the fish on ice for pictures the next day.  Dinner the second night was hand cut pork chops, salad, baked beans, coleslaw, corn and onions, blackberry cobbler and homemade blackberry ice cream.  
    Up early again for breakfast down at the Slab Shack of fried ham steaks and biscuits, then on the water by the crack of daylight.  Caught my largest crappie ever of 16 3/4 inches and 31 more in the 14-16 inch range.  Back to the Slab Shack by new to grill burgers and chips for lunch.  Big photo shoot of both boats of family and fish for two days of fishing.  We ended up boating 122 keepers.  After pictures, the guides went to cleaning fish.  They got that dialed in.
    Final dinner was smoke ribs, coleslaw, baked beans, bread, pasta salad, cobbler and ice cream.
    I will be going again!










     










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    duckydoty got a reaction from Flysmallie in Grenada Lake, Mississippi monster slabs   
    Took a family trip down to Mississippi to get on some big crappie.  Something I’ve been wanting to do for years.  Why have I waited so long?  It was incredible!  We arrived Friday late afternoon for check in and got settled in our cabin.  Went down to the outdoor pavilion called “The Slab Shack” for dinner.  1 inch thick strip steaks, sea salt crusted baked potatoes, coleslaw, grilled asparagus, garlic bread, key lime pie, and home maid pineapple ice cream.
    Woke up early next morning for sausage biscuit sandwiches and headed for the water.  Spider rigged till about noon for some monster slabs picking up 28 keepers over 13 inches.  Had sandwiches on the boat and pizza waiting for us back at the slab shack.  Put all the fish on ice for pictures the next day.  Dinner the second night was hand cut pork chops, salad, baked beans, coleslaw, corn and onions, blackberry cobbler and homemade blackberry ice cream.  
    Up early again for breakfast down at the Slab Shack of fried ham steaks and biscuits, then on the water by the crack of daylight.  Caught my largest crappie ever of 16 3/4 inches and 31 more in the 14-16 inch range.  Back to the Slab Shack by new to grill burgers and chips for lunch.  Big photo shoot of both boats of family and fish for two days of fishing.  We ended up boating 122 keepers.  After pictures, the guides went to cleaning fish.  They got that dialed in.
    Final dinner was smoke ribs, coleslaw, baked beans, bread, pasta salad, cobbler and ice cream.
    I will be going again!










     










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    duckydoty got a reaction from Seth in Grenada Lake, Mississippi monster slabs   
    Took a family trip down to Mississippi to get on some big crappie.  Something I’ve been wanting to do for years.  Why have I waited so long?  It was incredible!  We arrived Friday late afternoon for check in and got settled in our cabin.  Went down to the outdoor pavilion called “The Slab Shack” for dinner.  1 inch thick strip steaks, sea salt crusted baked potatoes, coleslaw, grilled asparagus, garlic bread, key lime pie, and home maid pineapple ice cream.
    Woke up early next morning for sausage biscuit sandwiches and headed for the water.  Spider rigged till about noon for some monster slabs picking up 28 keepers over 13 inches.  Had sandwiches on the boat and pizza waiting for us back at the slab shack.  Put all the fish on ice for pictures the next day.  Dinner the second night was hand cut pork chops, salad, baked beans, coleslaw, corn and onions, blackberry cobbler and homemade blackberry ice cream.  
    Up early again for breakfast down at the Slab Shack of fried ham steaks and biscuits, then on the water by the crack of daylight.  Caught my largest crappie ever of 16 3/4 inches and 31 more in the 14-16 inch range.  Back to the Slab Shack by new to grill burgers and chips for lunch.  Big photo shoot of both boats of family and fish for two days of fishing.  We ended up boating 122 keepers.  After pictures, the guides went to cleaning fish.  They got that dialed in.
    Final dinner was smoke ribs, coleslaw, baked beans, bread, pasta salad, cobbler and ice cream.
    I will be going again!










     










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    duckydoty got a reaction from Quillback in Grenada Lake, Mississippi monster slabs   
    Took a family trip down to Mississippi to get on some big crappie.  Something I’ve been wanting to do for years.  Why have I waited so long?  It was incredible!  We arrived Friday late afternoon for check in and got settled in our cabin.  Went down to the outdoor pavilion called “The Slab Shack” for dinner.  1 inch thick strip steaks, sea salt crusted baked potatoes, coleslaw, grilled asparagus, garlic bread, key lime pie, and home maid pineapple ice cream.
    Woke up early next morning for sausage biscuit sandwiches and headed for the water.  Spider rigged till about noon for some monster slabs picking up 28 keepers over 13 inches.  Had sandwiches on the boat and pizza waiting for us back at the slab shack.  Put all the fish on ice for pictures the next day.  Dinner the second night was hand cut pork chops, salad, baked beans, coleslaw, corn and onions, blackberry cobbler and homemade blackberry ice cream.  
    Up early again for breakfast down at the Slab Shack of fried ham steaks and biscuits, then on the water by the crack of daylight.  Caught my largest crappie ever of 16 3/4 inches and 31 more in the 14-16 inch range.  Back to the Slab Shack by new to grill burgers and chips for lunch.  Big photo shoot of both boats of family and fish for two days of fishing.  We ended up boating 122 keepers.  After pictures, the guides went to cleaning fish.  They got that dialed in.
    Final dinner was smoke ribs, coleslaw, baked beans, bread, pasta salad, cobbler and ice cream.
    I will be going again!










     










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    duckydoty got a reaction from nomolites in Grenada Lake, Mississippi monster slabs   
    Took a family trip down to Mississippi to get on some big crappie.  Something I’ve been wanting to do for years.  Why have I waited so long?  It was incredible!  We arrived Friday late afternoon for check in and got settled in our cabin.  Went down to the outdoor pavilion called “The Slab Shack” for dinner.  1 inch thick strip steaks, sea salt crusted baked potatoes, coleslaw, grilled asparagus, garlic bread, key lime pie, and home maid pineapple ice cream.
    Woke up early next morning for sausage biscuit sandwiches and headed for the water.  Spider rigged till about noon for some monster slabs picking up 28 keepers over 13 inches.  Had sandwiches on the boat and pizza waiting for us back at the slab shack.  Put all the fish on ice for pictures the next day.  Dinner the second night was hand cut pork chops, salad, baked beans, coleslaw, corn and onions, blackberry cobbler and homemade blackberry ice cream.  
    Up early again for breakfast down at the Slab Shack of fried ham steaks and biscuits, then on the water by the crack of daylight.  Caught my largest crappie ever of 16 3/4 inches and 31 more in the 14-16 inch range.  Back to the Slab Shack by new to grill burgers and chips for lunch.  Big photo shoot of both boats of family and fish for two days of fishing.  We ended up boating 122 keepers.  After pictures, the guides went to cleaning fish.  They got that dialed in.
    Final dinner was smoke ribs, coleslaw, baked beans, bread, pasta salad, cobbler and ice cream.
    I will be going again!










     










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    duckydoty got a reaction from liphunter in Grenada Lake, Mississippi monster slabs   
    Took a family trip down to Mississippi to get on some big crappie.  Something I’ve been wanting to do for years.  Why have I waited so long?  It was incredible!  We arrived Friday late afternoon for check in and got settled in our cabin.  Went down to the outdoor pavilion called “The Slab Shack” for dinner.  1 inch thick strip steaks, sea salt crusted baked potatoes, coleslaw, grilled asparagus, garlic bread, key lime pie, and home maid pineapple ice cream.
    Woke up early next morning for sausage biscuit sandwiches and headed for the water.  Spider rigged till about noon for some monster slabs picking up 28 keepers over 13 inches.  Had sandwiches on the boat and pizza waiting for us back at the slab shack.  Put all the fish on ice for pictures the next day.  Dinner the second night was hand cut pork chops, salad, baked beans, coleslaw, corn and onions, blackberry cobbler and homemade blackberry ice cream.  
    Up early again for breakfast down at the Slab Shack of fried ham steaks and biscuits, then on the water by the crack of daylight.  Caught my largest crappie ever of 16 3/4 inches and 31 more in the 14-16 inch range.  Back to the Slab Shack by new to grill burgers and chips for lunch.  Big photo shoot of both boats of family and fish for two days of fishing.  We ended up boating 122 keepers.  After pictures, the guides went to cleaning fish.  They got that dialed in.
    Final dinner was smoke ribs, coleslaw, baked beans, bread, pasta salad, cobbler and ice cream.
    I will be going again!










     










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    duckydoty got a reaction from BilletHead in Grenada Lake, Mississippi monster slabs   
    Took a family trip down to Mississippi to get on some big crappie.  Something I’ve been wanting to do for years.  Why have I waited so long?  It was incredible!  We arrived Friday late afternoon for check in and got settled in our cabin.  Went down to the outdoor pavilion called “The Slab Shack” for dinner.  1 inch thick strip steaks, sea salt crusted baked potatoes, coleslaw, grilled asparagus, garlic bread, key lime pie, and home maid pineapple ice cream.
    Woke up early next morning for sausage biscuit sandwiches and headed for the water.  Spider rigged till about noon for some monster slabs picking up 28 keepers over 13 inches.  Had sandwiches on the boat and pizza waiting for us back at the slab shack.  Put all the fish on ice for pictures the next day.  Dinner the second night was hand cut pork chops, salad, baked beans, coleslaw, corn and onions, blackberry cobbler and homemade blackberry ice cream.  
    Up early again for breakfast down at the Slab Shack of fried ham steaks and biscuits, then on the water by the crack of daylight.  Caught my largest crappie ever of 16 3/4 inches and 31 more in the 14-16 inch range.  Back to the Slab Shack by new to grill burgers and chips for lunch.  Big photo shoot of both boats of family and fish for two days of fishing.  We ended up boating 122 keepers.  After pictures, the guides went to cleaning fish.  They got that dialed in.
    Final dinner was smoke ribs, coleslaw, baked beans, bread, pasta salad, cobbler and ice cream.
    I will be going again!










     










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    duckydoty got a reaction from Daryk Campbell Sr in Grenada Lake, Mississippi monster slabs   
    Took a family trip down to Mississippi to get on some big crappie.  Something I’ve been wanting to do for years.  Why have I waited so long?  It was incredible!  We arrived Friday late afternoon for check in and got settled in our cabin.  Went down to the outdoor pavilion called “The Slab Shack” for dinner.  1 inch thick strip steaks, sea salt crusted baked potatoes, coleslaw, grilled asparagus, garlic bread, key lime pie, and home maid pineapple ice cream.
    Woke up early next morning for sausage biscuit sandwiches and headed for the water.  Spider rigged till about noon for some monster slabs picking up 28 keepers over 13 inches.  Had sandwiches on the boat and pizza waiting for us back at the slab shack.  Put all the fish on ice for pictures the next day.  Dinner the second night was hand cut pork chops, salad, baked beans, coleslaw, corn and onions, blackberry cobbler and homemade blackberry ice cream.  
    Up early again for breakfast down at the Slab Shack of fried ham steaks and biscuits, then on the water by the crack of daylight.  Caught my largest crappie ever of 16 3/4 inches and 31 more in the 14-16 inch range.  Back to the Slab Shack by new to grill burgers and chips for lunch.  Big photo shoot of both boats of family and fish for two days of fishing.  We ended up boating 122 keepers.  After pictures, the guides went to cleaning fish.  They got that dialed in.
    Final dinner was smoke ribs, coleslaw, baked beans, bread, pasta salad, cobbler and ice cream.
    I will be going again!










     










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    duckydoty got a reaction from Seth in Catch a State Record Fish? Then What?   
    One day, I had that 500 yard slot to myself.  Bill comes down and lands a monster, very next weekend there were 25 boats in that slot.  It has slowed quite a bit now though. Kinda back to normal.
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