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Guntersville Lake #18997 01/20/18 03:13 PM
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Yesterday was one cold day on Lake Guntersville, but the Crappie didn't seem to mind at all. The "Big G Slabs" were eating! The numbers were not like what we wanted to see but the size of the ones we caught well made up for it! These guys had an absolute "COLD" blast with their first trip to the Big G, and with the size of the some of the Crappie they got I don't think it will be their last. Have some fun. Mike Carter [Linked Image]
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Sac-A-Lait!! sure sound good right now! nice pictures, Mike!!


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