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Jan. 26 Sardis Crappie Radio Tracking Report

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By CrappieRadio - Posted on 26 January 2010

Pretty windy today so I checked the Lower Lake to look for any fish that may have been pulled through the outflow. Did not detect any tagged fish in the Lower Lake.

Moved around to the North Abutment where water temperature was 43 degrees. Didn't stay on the water very long due to the wind and waves, but located six tagged fish in water between 11 and 32 feet deep and with surface temperatures ranging from 42.1 to 44.2 degrees. One of today's fish was detected for the first time since releasing in December. Overall, 17 of 25 tagged fish have been detected.

Good luck fishing, and I look forward to hearing your reports of tagged fish being caught. Your information is valuable to us.


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CrappieRadio, Glad to see you are still on those tagged crappiei trail. Just a few more and you will have located them all. I read the study done in Kentucky and was surprised about the number of people that could not tell the difference between the black and white crappie. Looking for your next post. John Woods

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