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Big Mamma Open at Grenada Sept. 25, 2010


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By Shannon - Posted on 10 August 2010

The MCC board met this past weekend and approved the open tournament on Grenada. There are still lots of minor details to iron out but attached is a flyer to start getting the word out. Registration will be at the Grenada Landing Friday afternoon. There will be a cook out for all registered fisherman. This cookout is included with the $100 tournament fee. For more information, please visit the Magnolia Crappie Club Website.

Big Mamma Open - Grenada Sept 25, 2010
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Go ahead and make the check out to Carl, Woods, Harrision or Don Don. They have been doing a lot of fishing there. HA HA

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