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Sardis Crappie Fishing with John Woods


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By Ray - Posted on 19 November 2009

Here are a couple of pictures from the last trip John Woods took to Sardis Lake. Check the Sardis forum for details.

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I must say 40 crappies by 11am is one of the most immpressive displays of crappie fishingi that i've seen in a long time.Through out all the controversy surround this man rather tournament or fun he shows why he is still one of the best in the COUNTRY.I would say if someone out there wants go out and catcth plenty SLAB CRAPPIES call JOHN WOODS GUIDE SERVICE.

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