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Sardis Lake MS crappie fishing report Woods Guide Service


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By Woods - Posted on 12 March 2013

Marty Ramey & Willie Marlow 3-10-13 with crappie fishingi with John Woods Guide Service on Sardis lake With guide warren Cotton. Sunday was Warren's first guide trip with John Woods guide service. The conditions were brutal. Winds were 20 to 30 miles per hour. But he came through like a champion he is. Warren was using big bite baits drift master rod holders and bnm poles

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Now that's what I'm talking about....great catch guys Those are some SLABS....Awesome job Warren on the First Guide trip. John Woods or John Harrison guide service you can't go wrong.

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