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By Ray - Posted on 20 March 2015

Steve Brinkman Chuck Paul and Bill Steepig from Waterloo IL. out on Enid Lake with John Woods Guide service. We were slow trolling double minnow rigs and caught some nice crappiei. The bite is still a little slow and coming up with anything over 20 crappie in a day is a tough task right now. For folks booking trips I would suggest holding off a couple weeks until the crappie get more active and the numbers increase. My goal is to book you on a successful trip where we caught good numbers and quality crappie which is tough right now.

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