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New Crappie tracking project started Today on Enid Lake

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By Ray - Posted on 20 January 2012

Well the next crappiei GPS tracking project started today at Enid lake. After great popularity of the Sardis crappie tracking project DR. Glen Parsons along with grad student Wood Dale has enlisted guide John Woods once again to help them catch and release with new GPS tracking devices 30 crappie on Enid Lake in MS. So today John Woods and Tony Willis helped the Ole Miss Biology team catch and release 30 crappie. As you can see the tracking devices are now external and on the dorsal fin. There is also a orange tag with the phone number for fishermen to call to report catches of the tagged crappie. All you guys please help us by reporting any catches with the tags.
This is again going to be a great opportunity to study the movement of crappie in our home lakes.
Stay tuned for updates on the movement of these crappie here on

Ray Looney


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