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Woods Guide crappie Service on Sardis Lake


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By Woods - Posted on 28 March 2011

Jason Cortelloni, Jeff Rayne, and Edd Hall. With Woods Guide service Guides Braxton Yount and Anthony Reasons. Slow trolling double minnow rigs.

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The Theif is Jeff Rayne,I talked to Jason a couple days ago. Was wanting to book my cabin. I asked if he knew anything about the sign that was hung over the back door, he replied what sign... I then told him his buddy Jeff , had stolen my sign, i asked for him to confront his theif buddy on getting it returned.... Haven't got a response so i guess i lost these guys as clients... Sorry to see them go...:)

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THEIVES.. These guys seemed OK ...But when they left ONE of them Stole a Sign That was given to me as a gift, that is very personal to me... These guys Stayed at my Cabin and seemed to enjoy themselves, and asked if they could come back....I was going to wait until they returned to confront the 3 but more than likely the one that is the theif will not return.... If you know any of these 3 Tell them You Saw that they have been accused as Theives. Maybe i will get my Property back, and continue to rent out my cabin to all the other great people.... Just Shows 1 Person can screw-up things for others......Sorry for the post...

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