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John Woods and John Harrison team up

John Woods and John Harrison team up to win the crappiei fruit jar tournament on Enid Lake 11-8-14

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John Woods Guide Service on Enid lake

Jim and Della Reimers from Hot Springs Ark with John Woods Guide Service on Enid Lake.

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John Woods Guide Service on Sardis lake crappie fishing

John Woods guide service with Grizzly Jigi drawing winner Glen Woelm and Garvin Null. Another windy day. Trolling double minnow rigs.

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John Woods Guide Service on Enid lake day 4

John Woods guide service Enid Lake day 4 with Kendall Fitzpatrick. Caught a nice mess of crappiei slow trolling double minnow rigs even with the wind.

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Sardis lake crappie fishing report with John Woods guide service

John Woods Guide Service on Sardis Lake with Randy and Debra Russell also Bob and Patricia Moore. Another windy day. Water temp 59. Guides Phillip Williams and Warren Cotton

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John Woods Guide Service on Sardis lake crappie fishing

John Woods guide service on sardis lake with Kendall Fitzpatrick and Gene Welch. Another windy day water temp 60 degrees

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Sardis lake Fall crappie fishing report with John Woods guide service

Kendall Fitzpatric with John Woods guide service on Sardis Lake. These crappiei are tough to catch here today and gone tomorrow. Every day is a challenge. Water temp around 60 degrees

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