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By Tracy Humber - Posted on 29 May 2011

We are planning a fish fry Friday night June 3rd. We need a list of who all is coming. We will take care of the plates, napkins, cups, ice, fish, hushpuppies, fries and cold slaw. If you are coming, we ask you to bring a drink. Pretty sure this is gonna happen at Ray's house. He will post additional details later.

Also, if you are not coming to the fish fry, we ask you to pay your entry fees online by Wednesday. Since the tourney is on all three lakes, there will be nobody taking up money on the morning of the tourney. This will elimInate lots of running around.

We have decided to take the $200 we have left over from club dues and put toward the first place prize. We have also invited the top 5 teams from the West Alabama Crappie Association, that are not already qualified, to fish in our classic. These teams are also invited to the fish fry.

I will post a list of qualified teams later. Here is a partial list that I can remember:
Ray & Charlie
Joe & Steve
Jessie & Nona
Tracy & Scott
Marcus
Shannon

There are a few teams that have fished one tourney and can still qualify for the classic by paying the late fee plus their classic entry. All lates fees will be added into the pot for the payout. Payout will be 100%. We will have no money left over when this year is completed.

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