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Millers Ferry Crappie Just Keep On Biting
The crappie never seem to stop biting on the Alabama River.

A short outing on Millers Ferry with Thomasville angler Travis Hudson supported that idea, producing a steady stream of crappie of all sizes. While the calendar and the water temperature still suggested the dog days of summer, the crappie were in full fall mode, gorging on shad in the feeder creeks that abound on the lower end of Millers Ferry, the second leg of the...

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