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John Woods Guide Service with Bill and Sharron Newton on Sardis Lake


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By Woods - Posted on 16 April 2013

Bill and Sharron Newton went on a guided crappie fishingi trip with John Woods Guide Service on Sardis Lake. The group used Hi-tek rod holders and had a great time.

Here are a couple photos of the trip and the end of day results.

John Woods Guide Service

Bill and Sharron with Sardis Crappie
Bil and Sharron end of day

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