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Sardis Lake Mississippi crappie fishing report


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By Ray - Posted on 07 October 2010

I just got this crappie fishingi report from Charles and Shelia Kelly. They are slow trolling double minnow rigs on Sardis Lake today and catching some nice crappiei.

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44mag's picture

Looks like ya'll had a good day of fishing. I have not fished Sardis Lake in years. Me and a buddy of mine use to fish a place called the Mud Hole, when they would draw the water down in the winter. We had to go in on 4-wheelers and pull a small jon boat in there, we always caught a lot of crappiei in the old lake that was left after the water was drawn down. Too old now to go to all that work to catch a fish.

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Good looking fish there Mrs. Shelia and Mr. Charles.

T. Todd

Woods's picture

T. Todd must have been the Woods Guide Service.

DTG's picture

John, I guess we left about 3 hrs early sat. huh? PS- i was at a wedding at 6:30, best sleep i got all day.

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

T. Todd's picture

I agree with that John! Where ya'll wearing them yellow sunglasses again? I am getting about ready for another guide trip myself.

T. Todd

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A method of keeping fish alive after they have been caught. A string or small nylon rope is threaded through the mouth and gills of a fish and is then tied off to the boat or dock allowing the fish to remain overboard in the water but preventing them from swimming away. With the advent of livewells and other more modern methods of keeping fish, stringers have become nearly obsolete, but can still be quite handy when fishing from the bank of a pond. The term 'stringer' is also used by anglers to indicate the size of their catch for the day (10-pound stringer = 10 pounds of fish).

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