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Magnolia Crappie Club 2012 / 2013 Schedule

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By bernie2009 - Posted on 19 March 2012

2012/13 Tournament Season

Sept 15, 2012 Grenada Regular Club + BMO

Oct 13, 2012 Wolf Regular Club

Nov 10, 2012 Barnett Regular Club

Dec 8, 2012 Eagle/Chotard Regular Club

Jan 5, 2013 Chotard/Eagle Regular Club

Feb 2, 2013 Sardis Regular Club

Mar 2, 2013 Washington Regular Club

Mar 23, 2013 Grenada Regular Club + BMO

Apr 13, 2013 Arkabutla Regular Club

May 4, 2013 Enid Regular Club + Open Event

Jun 1, 2013 TBA Magnolia State Championship

Minimum participation level for Post-Season qualification is to enter 7 tournaments and earn at least 90 points. You get 10 points for entering and 1 point per pound of weighed in fish. Can you believe the MCC Board has already set the schedule for next season? We have, and we think you’re going to love it. We’re adding a Big Mama Open in March at Grenada next year, plus we hope to continue our association with the WORLD RECORD CRAPPIE FESTIVAL folks, and, at this point, we understand that is an annual event held the first Saturday in May. We’ve announced every thing except exactly where the State Championship will be held, and we’re working with several sponsors who are vying for our ever-growing crowd to come to their town for this huge 2-day tournament. I must be fair and say that the Board
reserved the right to re-examine this schedule and make any necessary changes before we actually kick it off in Sept of this year.

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