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Sardis Lake 2-14-11 Wayde Jackson & Kane Howe John Woods Guide Service


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By Woods - Posted on 14 February 2011

The crappiei bite was better today. We caught several crappie in the 2 lbs. plus range. Used BnM 14 ft trolling poles and double crappie rigs with live bait. Water temp about 40 degrees. Will have end of day pictures tomorrow. Woods Guide Service

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katfish76's picture

Nice catch you just need one of those rainbow clown wigs to go with those polarized I hope glasses.

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

DTG's picture

That's wrong!LOL

FISH ON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Simpson Jigs
Phillips 66
Oxygenator/U2 Pro Formula

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Good looking catch there guys. Woods the larger the glasses the larger the fish i guess. Don't catch them all before I can get back down there!

T. Todd

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