Sardis 1/29/11


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By DTG - Posted on 30 January 2011

We fished Sardis yesterday. There was zero wind until about 11. We caught about 25-30 fish and kept 4. We could not break 11 1/2 inch fish. I dont know if anybody caught fish yesterday but it was nice. Waiting for a report to see if it was us or just slow!

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Fished lower lake of sardis FRiday28th for 4 or 5 hours caught two small crappiei. weather wonderful but saw no one with fish. Several boats were at engineers point but don't know if anyone was catching anything.

rod

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