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Wolf Lake 11-07-09 Results

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By Shannon - Posted on 10 November 2009

Congratulations to the winners of the Magnolia Crappie Club Wolf Lake Tournament!

Note from MCC:

We had 40 boats and the turnout was great. Our next tournament is December 12th @ Eagle Lake. Please check out for all club info.

------ Magnolia Crappie Club ------ ------
------ Wolf Lake Results - November 07, 2009 ------ ------
Place Team Total Weight Big Fish
1 Kent Driscol/John Harrison 9.84 -
2 Danny Wade/Ronald Wade 9.40 -
3 Billy Gunter/Charles Talley 9.36 -
4 Randy Bouchillon/Joe Lowery 9.32 1.80
5 Doug Eichwurtzle/Jason Eichwurtzle 9.11 -

1st - Kent Driscol/John Harrison
1st Place

2nd - Danny Wade/Ronald Wade
2nd Place
3rd - Billy Gunter/Charles Talley
3rd Place
4th - Randy Bouchillon/Joe Lowery
4th Place
5th - Doug Eichwurtzle/Jason Eichwurtzle
5th Place

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