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2009 Pickwick CrappieUSA Final Results

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By Shannon - Posted on 30 May 2009

Here are the top results after day two of the CrappieUSA 2009 South Regional Event - Pickwick Lake Two Day Tournament.

Place Team Total Weight
1 Brian Ramm/Jeff Heathcott 17.53
2 Keven Moss/Matt Ashcraft 17.09
3 Ronald Hollingsworth/B. Hollingsworth 16.95
4 Tim Langham/Cathy Langham 16.62
5 John D. Peyton/Wallace Stinnett 16.27
6 Scott Echols/Crystal Echols 16.17
7 Adam Mobbs/Carlton Teague 16.12
8 David Rogers 15.82
9 John W. Feagin/Matthew Feagin 15.71
10 Brian Arnett/Marc B. Shoulta 15.37
Place Team Total Weight
1 Ronnie Capps/Steve Coleman 22.11
2 Tim Ridley/Scott Watson 20.94
3 John Woods/Tracy McIntosh 19.47
4 Charlie Kent/Ray Looney 18.89
5 Henry R. Haley/Jo Haley 18.74
6 John Eubanks/Shane Moore 18.47
7 Gilford L. Sipes/Coy G. Sipes 17.92
8 Randy J. Pope/Steven Deitz 17.48
9 Doyle Milby/Sonny Milby 17.39
10 Dickey Barry/James Brian Barnes 17.25
------ BIG FISH - FINAL ------
Place Team Total Weight
1 Ronald Hollingsworth/B. Hollingsworth 2.02
2 Brian Ramm/Jeff Heathcott 1.98
3 Tim Ridley/Scott Watson 1.98
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I was there at the weigh-in and got meet Ray and Charlie, Charlie said he enjoyed the trip with Dr.Payne last week.
Charlie said that congressman Bennie Thompson was a hoot, and would love to take him out again.
I enjoyed my visit yall.....good fishing.

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