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Xtreme confidence: Guide shows fall is best for crappie - The Southern
by NewsReader 10-28-2011



Xtreme confidence: Guide shows fall is best for crappie
The Southern
WHITTINGTON - Greg Campbell looked over his shoulder at the white caps lapping against the Sailboat Harbor wall at Rend Lake. "I wouldn't have it any other way," he said, shaking his head. Despite the biting northwest wind and the attendant cold front, ...

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