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Sardis lake, Carl Painter's Guide Service 1-23-11


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By Carl Painter - Posted on 23 January 2011

Went solo for a while today. Was only one other boat on the whole lake. Water temperature was 35. Caught all my fish in 12 to 14 foot of water on minnows. Had 20 keepers, average fish was 14".

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Roper Outdoors's picture

Looks like a good winter fish fry!! **Fried Crappie, Homemade French Fries, Cole Slaw, Hush Puppies, Spaghetti and Salad** :)

"Keeping The Great Outdoors Great"

Carl Painter's picture

Spaghetti? You can keep that...must be a yankee thing! LOL

Roper Outdoors's picture

LOL, No I was introduced to the spaghetti thing in AR. People in NJ don't do that we just eat the spaghetti. :)

"Keeping The Great Outdoors Great"

DTG's picture

Looks like lake thawed since last sat., fishin holes was no brainer last week, where ice wasnt!

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

Woods's picture

Good catch Carl. Maybe Charlie and I will come out of retirement soon.

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