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Spring Crappie Run in the Creeks... #19553 02/25/19 02:58 AM
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I was in Milledgeville last week and noted the Dogwoods Blooming.... So I know that the crappies are in the creeks...

Anyone fishing the creeks into SINCLAIR??

Doing any good??

I been too busy to fish while in town.... someone tell me a story!!!!

Re: Spring Crappie Run in the Creeks... [Re: Sniper] #19554 02/25/19 03:27 AM
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Wow, you saw Dogwoods blooming down there already?? That's a bout a full month early! this has been one weird winter for sure!!


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