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John Woods crappie guide service pulling crank baits on Enid Lake MS


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By Woods - Posted on 08 August 2013

John Woods crappiei guide service on Enid lake with Scott & Mark Horton pulling crankbaits. Water temperature was 89 and we must have caught twice as many short fish as keepers. Ended up with 25 keepers before we got rained out.

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