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Sardis Radio Tracking April 9

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By CrappieRadio - Posted on 09 April 2010

Trap nets in four feet of water from Monday and Tuesday caught 70+ crappiei, many of which were females fat with eggs. Surface temperature at the trapping location was 73 degrees on Tuesday, but Wednesday's storms and Thursday's wind have brought surface temperatures down to around 62-65 degrees where I located several tagged fish in less than 3 feet of water today. Other tagged fish are still a little deeper (8-12 feet) and could still be staging to spawn.


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