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Rainy Day on Sardis with John Woods Guide Service


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By Woods - Posted on 08 March 2011

I had the opportunity to fish with Gary Jones and Barry Thompson from Ripley, TN and Lanes Ferry, TN today on Sardis Lake. It was a rainy, windy, all around miserable day. We brought home 39 Sardis Lake crappiei. We trolled most of the day and fished from 9 to 3.

Sardis Crappie 1
Sardis Crappie 2
T. Todd's picture

Ha Ha i bet it did good catch guys!

T. Todd

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Mr. Woods,

Those are some nice crappiei. I wish they would get that big up here - Upstate, NY area.

Take Care & Keep Fishing

Thomas

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Looks like another good day john.

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Woods, that must be the stinking-est tail gate North of New Orleans. :)

Wannabe...

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Wannabe, I will have to trade trucks to get rid of the smell

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Im sure glad Barry talked Gary into putting that toboggan back on in the second pic.

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Juswpope the wind blew the perm from all our hair

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