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March 15, 2013 Guide Trip Sardis


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By Roper Outdoors - Posted on 15 March 2013

Roper Outdoors Guide Service Round 2 Guiding the Brown Family on Sardis. We had a great day, missed a bunch but had a great day. I'm talking about laughing all day on the water, you have not laughed until you get around the Brown Family. Great loving and fun people and always welcome on our boat! We were slow trolling double minnow rigs and Roper Outdoors Jigs in 15-17 ft. around 8-11 ft. deep.

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