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Sardis Lake Joe & Doug Gant 10-14-10 With Woods Guide Service


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By Woods - Posted on 15 October 2010

Thursday the wind was back with a vengeance. The Gant boys and I waited to see if the wind was going to lay but it did not. So finally we decided to go fishing any way. Doug did not think we would catch any crappiei with the lake as rough as it was. I threw out four 60 inch drift socks and should have put a couple more. But Doug & Joe caught some really nice crappie proving you can catch crappie in some really rough conditions. Maybe next time the lake won't be so rough. Thanks Guys, Woods Guide Service

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You guys slow trolling minnows or cranks?

Keith Frazier

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Minnows

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