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Magnolia Crappie Club sets 2009-10 schedule


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By Ray - Posted on 17 August 2009

The Magnolia Crappie Club's Board of Directors met yesterday and set our upcoming tournament schedule.

MCC placed 9 regular tournaments in play plus a 2-day State Championship. Our 09/10 season runs from October, 2009 thru June, 2010. Here you go...

Oct 10 Lake Ferguson Greenville, MS
Nov 7 Wolf Lake Yazoo City, MS
Dec 12 Eagle Lake Eagle Lake, MS
Jan 9 Lake Chotard Chotard, MS
Feb 13 Lake Washington Glen Allen, MS
Mar 6 Arkabutla Res Hernando, MS
Mar 27 Grenada Res Grenada, MS
Apr 24 Barnett Res Ridgeland, MS
May 22 Enid Res Enid, MS

Jun 18-19 Barnett Res Ridgeland, MS

Annual membership for MCC is $35. Fishing members pay an additional annual fee of $15 for insurance. Regular tournament entry fees are $90 per boat with the exception of Barnett where the entry fee is $95 per boat.

MCC pays back approximately 120% more than total entry fees. That's right--we actually pay back more than we take in at each of our events. Payouts are awarded to the Top 15 teams. Teams weigh best 7 crappiei.

Entries limited to 2 people per boat, six poles per boat, two hooks per pole. Kids under age of 16 are not charged membership or insurance fee.

For more info call Brad Taylor 662-820-4581 or Hugh Krutz 601-946-3111.

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