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Feb. 2 Sardis Radio Tracking Report


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By CrappieRadio - Posted on 03 February 2010

Put in at Coontown Crossing and searched from there to the North and East (upriver) past Hurricane Creek and Wyatt's Crossing. Water temperature at Coontown was 41.8 degrees. Detected only one tagged fish in 11 feet of water just off the river channel among some timber. Water temperature there was 42.8 degrees. This fish had moved approximately 5.8 miles NE since its last detection on Jan. 27. So far, 20 of 21 detected crappiei were found South and West (downriver) of the Coontown Crossing area.

Caleb

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caleb, do you know which fish are male or female? also it would be interesting to track just a few fish on your map maybe have several maps with only a few fish so we could understand and see fishmove better, just a suggestion i am enjoying your reports.

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Danny, we did not sex the fish due to the invasiveness of that procedure. I'll try to get another map out next week with more recent tracking.

Caleb

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Very interesting information Caleb.I am anxious to see where they go as spring gets here.

Kid Crappie

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