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Sardis Crappie Tracking Feb. 5-12


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By CrappieRadio - Posted on 13 February 2011

I was able to locate 24 of 30 tagged crappiei this week. Fish still appear to be spread over much of the lake with some concentrations around the river channel. The map shows the location of each fish. The depth at each location is indicated by the color of the symbol. The USACE Sardis Field Office hosted a Fish Habitat enhancement day on Saturday, February 12. Extra stakes, Christmas trees and weights are available to be placed by volunteers. For information call: (662) 563-4531.

Caleb

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