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Sardis, Carl Painter's Guide Service with Brandon Fulgham

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By Carl Painter - Posted on 10 February 2011

With 6 inches of fresh snow, ice covered roads and temps in the low 20's, I let Brandon Fulgham talk me into taking him fishing today. My wife said I was nuts, as I walked out the door. We fished for four cold hours. Y'all be the judge as to how "nuts" we are.

ducatideputy's picture

Well that,s it. My son and I will be on the water tomorrow.Looking Foward to catching some slabs. Hope to see good fishing and good weather. This will be the first fishing trip for us together, so i'm really looking forward to this.

Big Papa's picture

Super stringer of Crappie Carl. Maybe one day you can point me in the right direction on Sardis.

Charlie's picture

way to go carl.

Honey Hole Guide Service

katfish76's picture

Nice fish Carl. You can't catch em on the couch that's for sure.

Chris "Katfish" Johnson
Professional Fishing & Duck Hunting Guide
Tn River Guide Service

hillbilly77's picture

Nice stringer thats all it took to talk me into making a trip down this weekend

Rick Fodge
T. Todd's picture

Good catch guys! Woods looks like a trip coming up!

T. Todd

Woods's picture

Carl,you are making me sick up here. Nice crappiei,you don't know how cold you really are when you are catching crappie like that. Woods

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