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Tenn-Tom Pickensville Tournament Notes

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By Tracy Humber - Posted on 07 March 2011

Don't forget, you can pay your club dues and tourney fees online. I will be at the boat ramp until 6:00 am Saturday morning. If entry fees and club dues are not paid by then, we will assume you are not fishing the Tenn Tom Crappie Club's tourney.

To pay online, click on Tenn-Tom Club Membership Dues or Tenn-Tom Pickensville Tournament Fees.

Tracy Humber

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To pay for the WACA you either need to pay it at the church banquet Thursday night or at the ramp Saturday morning. The cost is $40. This is an open tourney for WACA therefore no club dyes are required.

specfisher1's picture

hey tracy,
how do we pay for west ala. tournament too

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