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Ross Barnett crappie fishing report 0 5 years 10 weeks ago
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15.25 inch crappie 1 5 years 10 weeks ago
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March 18,2012 guide trip 1 6 years 9 weeks ago
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Well, the Spawn is officially over on Ross Barnett 2 7 years 2 weeks ago
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Ross Barnett Fall Crappie 2 7 years 31 weeks ago
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Rumor has it that things are finally starting to pick up 0 8 years 9 weeks ago
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Summer Time!!! 3 8 years 51 weeks ago
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spawn 1 9 years 6 weeks ago
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Wind 2 9 years 6 weeks ago
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March 11 report 2 9 years 10 weeks ago
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Spillway Fishing at Ross Barnett 1 9 years 21 weeks ago
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A flat is just as it sounds. This is an area of shallow water that has no defined drop into deeper water. The water depth is uniform or gets deeper very gradually. Flats can be found at the backs of all the bays, in coves within the bays and on the main lake where the flat land adjacent to the river was covered up by water when the rivers were backed up by damming.

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