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Sardis Lake Roper Outdoors

Sardis Lake was good to me. Caught 19 fish and 7 came up to 15.79lb. Fishing in 6-7 feet of water. One was a 2.79lb

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Sardis Lake Mississippi crappie report

Kyle Bullock of channel 13 news in memphis managed to land 16 of these slabs in the hurricane area of sardis recently.

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Sardis lake, Carl Painter's Guide Service

Fished with Bill Garrett and Cory Craig on Monday, Tuesday and today. The Weather has been typically March with wind, cold, and rain. Despite the adverse conditions, we managed to have three pretty good days.

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Sardis Lake crappie report from Woods Guide Service

Jimmy Ayers and Mike Clinard with John Woods guide service on Sardis lake another windy cold day fishing.
Slow Trolling double minnow rigs.

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Woods Guide Service Sardis Lake crappie report

Bruce Reid and Jeff Smith out today on a guided crappie fishingi trip with John Woods Guide service on sardis lake. It was a windy cold day but the guys managed to catch some nice Sardis crappiei. Slow trolling double minnow rigs was the method used to catch these crappie.

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Today's Woods Guide service crappie report Sardis Lake

Chris Ford and Carey Depperschmidt have 15 crappiei so far it is cold windy and the bite is slow. John Woods guide service sardis lake slow trolling double minnow rigs.
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Looks like a really nice catch especially on a cold windy day.

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Crappie fishing trip on Sardis with Woods Guide Service

Dave Simonsen and Terry Jinkerson with John Woods Guide Service on sardis lake. Trolling double minnow rigs.

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