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Super Slab Series - The 2010 Great American Crappie Challenge has begun...


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By AmericanCrappie - Posted on 03 January 2010

The Great American Crappie Challenge has begun.....Super Slab Series is excited to announce it's 2010 Schedule and is going to Lake Weiss, AL on March 13, 2010; Lake of the Ozarks, MO on April 24, 2010, Grenada Lake, MS on May 8, 2010; Truman Lake, MO on June 12, 2010; and Lake Fork, TX on August 21, 2010. For more Challenge information visit www.superslabseries.com

It only takes one big fish to win big with the Super Slab Series and we all know that anyone can catch one big crappiei. Register online today!

We are still in negotiations with national sponsors that will be completely new to the crappie world and we will be quick to add them to the website once the contracts are finalized. We are going to be contacting in-industry sponsors over the next few weeks. If you know of anyone that you think would like to get involved as a sponsor, please have them contact Super Slab Series at AmericanCrappie@gmail.com.

Super Slab Series is proud to be the first and only big crappie national tournament trail. The excitement is growing and so are the paybacks. There will be new and exicting additions to this series over next few months, so please keep looking at the website to watch how the payouts will only continue to grow.

Thanks
Andrew Renken
Super Slab Series

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