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Sardis Lake 1-27-11 John Woods & Charlie Kent, Real Fish Story

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By Woods - Posted on 27 January 2011

Charlie and I were going to meet at Sardis Lake about 7:00 or 7:30 AM for a fun fishing trip. I left home at 4:45 AM got 25 miles down the road and it hit me. I did not have my pole holders. Turned around went back got the pole holders and started back to Sardis. Got to the Henning Tn. exit and had a blow out on the boat trailer. Got the tire changed and started to Sardis again. By this time I am really late and Charlie is waiting on me, I have the boat. I get to the Herando Ms. exit and have a second blow out on the boat trailer. Charlie is still waiting on me. I exit off go to a tire center to get a new set of tires. But they only have one tire, get it mounted go to Gateway Tire they don't have any tires. Get back on the road to Sardis. Charlie is still waiting. I finally get to the Sardis Lake Cafe. It's close to 10:00 AM now. After we eat breakfast we go to Batesville Ms. to another Gateway Tire Center and have the other 3 tires mounted and head back to the lake. We get on the water about 12:30 This two or two and a half hour trip took seven hours and forty five minutes. It did not bother my friend Charlie he never got upset. We got to fish a few hours caught some really nice fish as you see in the picture. And really had a great time. Thanks Charlie, John Woods Guide Service

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