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May 21 Sardis Radiotelemetry

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By CrappieRadio - Posted on 22 May 2010

The high water has made for some tough tracking this week. I've only been able to locate one tagged fish in three days. It was in the back of a cove near some flooded live cypress trees. Depth was 9 feet and surface temperature was 77 degrees.


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When crappiei are not relating to the bottom of the lake. The fish are staging in the middle zone of water. This happens frequently in summer, when fish get inactive.

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