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    Default Green River Report 01/03/09

    My sons and I had a great day fishing on Saturday at Green River (Holmes Bend) Caught probably 50 nice crappie and kept 15 of the biggest ones which averaged 12" . Had one over 14". They will taste good tomorrow night for supper. All were caught at around 8' in 12-25' water and really close to cover. Five of the keepers had eggs. I thought that was odd but figured they were left from fall spawn.

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    Thanks for the report, I have been wanting to get there but have been to busy working.

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    Wink Actually .... Tony

    Quote Originally Posted by tonydo View Post
    My sons and I had a great day fishing on Saturday at Green River (Holmes Bend) Caught probably 50 nice crappie and kept 15 of the biggest ones which averaged 12" . Had one over 14". They will taste good tomorrow night for supper. All were caught at around 8' in 12-25' water and really close to cover. Five of the keepers had eggs. I thought that was odd but figured they were left from fall spawn.
    Take care
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    ... there is no "Fall Spawn" in KY. Those fish with eggs are just females getting ready for the 2009 spawn

    Congrats on a productive trip !! Gotta git my sorry butt back down to Green River Lake, and find out if my old spots are still good for some Slabs :D

    ... cp

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