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PostPosted: Tue Jan 02, 2018 10:29 pm 
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Watched a show on you tube from 2013 on Lake Granada in Mississippi where the winners had a 7 fish stringer of almost 17 pounds...do the math. Big fish entries had three over 3 pounds.

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 03, 2018 8:05 am 
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Grenada got them BIG feesh for sure....I almost wonder if a lake produces bigger feesh with heavier catchn pressure specially with as hard as that lake gets hit with crappie catchers....

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 03, 2018 8:30 am 
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Oh man...can you imagine a wall hanger if you got replicas of that whole stringer on a piece of driftwood????

All three of those lakes on I-55 are legendary... Sardis, Enid, Grenada.

I read an article written by a guide about Kentucky lake and he stated the juvenile replacement rate is easily 10-fold higher than what humans can take out of the lake every year. The way he sees it, if the replacement rate is high enough, then fishing pressure from weekend warriors as he called them, helps thin out fish that are right at or just over keeper size and leads to a healthier population of larger fish for those that are willing to work for them.

That's all fine and dandy...but you gotta have some special magic going on regarding forage abundance, habitat, and natural predators for those big fish to have those huge spawn classes every year, and then those hatchlings surviving to become more big fish.


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