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Crappie Masters returns to Columbus, MS for a 2 day Ultimate Challenge

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By Shannon - Posted on 10 May 2013

Bass Pro Shops Crappie Masters returns to the home of the 2012 National Championship, Columbus, MS. for a two day Ultimate Challenge one pole artificial bait only tournament. Sponsored by Bass Pro Shops, Tracker Marine, Humminbird, Minn Kota, Mercury Marine and the Columbus-Lowndes Convention and Visitors Bureau, the Tennessee Tombigbee tournament will be held on May 17 & 18.

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Late registration and rules seminar will be on May 16th at the Lion Hills Center and Golf Club formerly known as the Columbus Country Club, on 2331 Military Rd, Columbus, MS. Registration will began at 5:00 PM., with the seminar beginning at 6:30 PM. Fishable waters are between the Amory Lock and Dam to the north and the Tom Bevill Lock and Dam to the south.

The weigh in on both days will be at the Columbus Marina, 295 Marina Dr., Columbus, MS. Anglers will fish from 7:00 AM to 3:30 PM and will need to be in the weigh in line by 4:30 PM. The weigh in is open to the public free of charge. A free kids fishing rodeo will also be held on May 18th at the Columbus Marina. Kids will fish for prizes and fun. The kids will need to bring their poles and bait.

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