Sardis Lake Fri.13th


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By Woods - Posted on 16 November 2009

Ray Gray and I fished Sardis Friday. We caught our limit of 40 crappiei over 12 inches long. We were fishing 14ft. BnM trolling poles and live bait over deep water. I also got some pictures of Warren Cotton, Jeff Heathcott, Kent Driscoll and Mark Wasson. We all caught fish and had a great time. The weather was great that made it even better. Woods

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Cooler
Cotton
Heathcott
Driscoll and Wasson

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Some people say our crappiei have more color than other folks crappie. There is an old Indian Trick we use to add color. Look at the fish in the cooler shot and compare to the other pictures. I think you will see a big difference in color. Remember these fish from all these shots came from the same water the same day Friday Nov. 13th. Woods

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Great Report Mr. Woods!!!
Look forward to see your reports!!

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Thanks Mchappy, I am glad to hear that you look foward to my reports. I put a lot of effort into my crappie fishingi. I have a 5 hour round trip from Newbern Tn. to Sardis Lake. I leave early and get home late. You have to love it. And don't look at the cost. Woods

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Keep the road warm because you are my deciding factor as far as where to fish, since we can only fish weekends.

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

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Keep the road warm because you are my deciding factor as far as where to fish, since we can only fish weekends.

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

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