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Congrats to Matthew and Caleb Tosh


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By Ray - Posted on 12 September 2011

Congrats to Matthew Tosh and his son Caleb on their 3 place finish in the Crappie Masters Tennessee State Championship.
Sammy Tidwell and Danny Todd are the Tennesse State Champions. They weighed in 23.05 lbs. Ronnie Capps and Steve Coleman were second with 22.26. Adult youth team, Matthew and Caleb Tosh were third with 21.05 lbs.

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thats what i'm talkin' bout right there!!! it dont get any more better than that!!!!

I just love to catch fish.......simple ain't it!

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Good job to the both of you!!! Can't wait till I can take my grandson Caden.

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Thanks Ray. It was by far the most fun I have had during a tournament. My boy made me proud. He actually hooked five of the seven on day one and two of the seven on day two. Not bad for a nine year old.

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