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Sardis Dec. 5 With John Woods,Warren Cotton,Vernon Griffin,Lee Williams, Ray Gray,Marty Sharp


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By Woods - Posted on 06 December 2009

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Fished Sardis again Sat.Dec.5. It was about 20 degrees with some North wind when we started fishing. The sun was shining that helped. We threw out our drift sock put our backs to the wind and went fishing, using 14 ft. BnM poles live bait and Michelle's mossy green feather jig. All three boats had in the 20's to 30's crappiei per boat. John Woods

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I had a lot fun fishing with vernon on sat even in 20 degree weather we manage to catch 35 SLABS and was still catching fish as we where putting up our poles.We used 14ft BnM poles and the NEW (WOODS & Mcintosh Minnow Rig).We really caught some nice fish.

Cotton&Hill

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Hey Lucky
Michelle said dont where the feathers off that green jig we'll be back and she wants it in good shape.
JT

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Jason, tell Michelle those are the same two jigs that were on her pole when you were here. If the line doesn't break they will be there when you come back. If you go fishing out there post some pictures on 101. I want to see what those Texas crappiei look like. Lucky Woods

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I need the details on these Woods and McIntosh minnow rigs.. Come on now. Where can they be had?

Ray

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