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Winter crappie fishing on Sardis Lake


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By Ramm - Posted on 13 December 2010

Here is a picture of a couple of those Sardis hog crappiei that can be had in the cold weather. We were slow trolling double minnow rigs and had a great time.

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Ramm's picture

sardis 12ft

PCC's picture

He did not catch them fish. I let him hold a couple of mine. LOL

Ramm's picture

that fish in your pic looks like the minnows we use

Ray's picture

Now that is funny. 

Ray

DTG's picture

Ray, them guys is hard on each other aint they!!

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

Ray's picture

They cut no slack to each other.

Ray

labll's picture

What part of the lake were you fishing/trolling and how deep? I am thinking about bringing my boat down tomorrow to fish either Sardis or Arkabutla or Enid depending on which one may have the better bite. Any ideas?

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