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John Woods Crappie guide Service MS

Wayne and Jerry from Missouri fishing with John Woods guide service with a very nice bunch of Mississippi crappiei

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John Woods Crappie guide Service Enid Lake MS

John Woods guide service on Enid Lake with Denny and Nancy Powell

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JH Crappie guide service guided trip on Sardis Lake Mississippi

Bob out with JH crappiei Guide service on Sardis lake yesterday and caught some hogs.

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Enid Lake with John Woods Crappie guide Service

Gene and Mason Mullins with John Woods guide service on Enid Lake yesterday catching some nice crappiei.

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JH Crappie guide service guided vacation on Sardis Lake Mississippi

Bob finishing up a record setting 17 day guided crappie fishingi vacation. 9 days on Enid and 7 days on Sardis.. Bob caught over 300 keepers.
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John Woods Crappie guide Service Enid Lake MS

Mark, Terry, Mark, and Miguel from St Louis Mo fishing with John Woods guide service with a very nice bunch of Mississippi Crappie. Enid Lake

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John Woods Crappie guide Service MS

Sandy Hill fishing with John Woods guide service with a very nice mess of Mississippi Crappie

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A singular structure in a body of water that is not crowded or surrounded by other structures in the immediate area. These can be possible holding spots for fish. Examples include a single bush on a point, a midlake hump, or a large tree that has fallen into the water.

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