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oldred
11-06-2005, 09:11 AM
I just joined this site after discovering it existed a few days ago. It sure is great to have a forun where you can share your fishing stories, see how fish are biting at other lakes and learn different techniques from other members. I'm looking forward to posting on this site and will post a fishing experience later today that I enjoyed last Thursday.

FalconSmitty
11-06-2005, 03:42 PM
great to have you aboard...Welcome and give us your reports

oldred
11-06-2005, 07:27 PM
great to have you aboard...Welcome and give us your reports

Thanks FalconSmitty, I'll keep everyone posted each time I go fishing which is 2-3 times per week. I mainly fish the lakes and rivers in south Alabama and also Lake Seminole.

FalconSmitty
11-06-2005, 08:01 PM
I fish the Chattahoochee lakes above Columbus. Harding is my favorite. Goat Rock is also great fishing but dangerous waters. West point is ok if you like little crappie. I haven't fished Eufaula in years, not the main lake anyway. I sometimes launch on the north end up in the river at rotary park. Would love some tips on lake Eufaula. Bluff Creek and Cottonton are places I fished years ago.

CrappieLips
11-06-2005, 09:10 PM
Welcome; oldred. Wade on in the waters fine. This is the best site ever for finding out anything about crappie fishing you thought you knew, cause even old dogs like me even pick up good tricks here

oldred
11-06-2005, 10:10 PM
Welcome; oldred. Wade on in the waters fine. This is the best site ever for finding out anything about crappie fishing you thought you knew, cause even old dogs like me even pick up good tricks here

Thanks for the warm welcome CrappieLips! I'm glad I discovered this site since crappie fishing is the # 1 fish I enjoy catching.

Fishnbuddy
11-21-2005, 03:19 PM
I just joined this site after discovering it existed a few days ago. It sure is great to have a forun where you can share your fishing stories, see how fish are biting at other lakes and learn different techniques from other members. I'm looking forward to posting on this site and will post a fishing experience later today that I enjoyed last Thursday.
Glad to have you aboard. Lots of great ino and guys and gals here. What they don't know about crappie fishing ain't been invented yet.
Fishnbuddy

gracie1goose
11-21-2005, 10:33 PM
Good place to get hooked and hooked on. Welcome from gracie1goose in Cullman,Al.
I fish Smith Lake and Tennessee River.

David Waters
11-22-2005, 07:10 AM
Welcome oldred. I have fished Seminole many times. WHen i used to be a ....green carp fishermen. :) Caught some biguns there. Grew up in Panama City and learned to bass fish there. Would drivge up and put in at Seminole Lodge out of Sneeds. Fished the hootch sid emostly, but would always travel up to Wingates and eat lunch and chat on the porch. Man, those were good times. Now, I really want to go back and crappie fish, and also get over to Talquin.

roybuoy
11-24-2005, 09:26 AM
Welcome to a great site

FalconSmitty
11-29-2005, 11:55 PM
Welcome oldred. I have fished Seminole many times. WHen i used to be a ....green carp fishermen. :) Caught some biguns there. Grew up in Panama City and learned to bass fish there. Would drivge up and put in at Seminole Lodge out of Sneeds. Fished the hootch sid emostly, but would always travel up to Wingates and eat lunch and chat on the porch. Man, those were good times. Now, I really want to go back and crappie fish, and also get over to Talquin.

David>>. You should fish the Seminole Slabfest tournament with your Dad.

olefool
04-17-2006, 04:38 AM
Has anyone been catching crappie on Lay Lake around Beezwax or Ceadercreek area. If so please help me as to where and what baits. My grandson and I have struck out.

coosajimmy
04-18-2006, 11:40 AM
I just joined this site after discovering it existed a few days ago. It sure is great to have a forun where you can share your fishing stories, see how fish are biting at other lakes and learn different techniques from other members. I'm looking forward to posting on this site and will post a fishing experience later today that I enjoyed last Thursday.
great site and glad to have you on the board old red.i must warn you they dont allow no lying or lyers on yhis board. rev.21:8....!

crappiequeennc
04-19-2006, 02:33 AM
Welcome from North Carolina...

wrwest
04-19-2006, 10:28 AM
Howdy and welcome to the site from California

coosajimmy
04-19-2006, 01:33 PM
by the way,old red,i caught one this morning,4-19-06 that weighed on official scales exactly 4lbs. and 19 ozs.:D :D :D :D