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John Woods Guide Service


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John Woods


John Woods, of Newbern, Tennessee, is one of the strongest tournament crappiei anglers on the national circuit. When not fishing in tournaments, Woods is guiding crappie fishermen on all of the north Mississippi lakes, including Grenada, Enid, Sardis and Arkabutla. He also guides on Kentucky Lake and Reelfoot Lake. He likes the northwest Mississippi lakes because he generally can catch more and bigger crappie in the hot summer months there.


Years of Experience: 
25

Fishing Styles: 
Slow Trolling
Vertical Jigging
Lakes Serviced: 
Arkabutla (MS)
Enid (MS)
Grenada (MS)
Sardis (MS)

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Phone: 
(731) 334-9669

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