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2013 Charlie Kent Memorial Crappie Tournament

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By Shannon - Posted on 05 November 2013

The tournament has been pushed back to December 14, 2013 due to bad weather.The weight location has changed to Raleigh Ryan Boat Ramp in Pickensville due to the Day Use Pavillion being closed.

There will be a crappie fishingi tournament in honor of Mr. Charlie Kent. Any donations will go to his favorite charity, St. Jude Children's Hospital.

Please feel free to visit the site below. Any donations made will be in Charlie's honor and will go directly to St. Jude. Donations will be tax deductible and donors will receive a receipt from St. Jude through the mail. 

Click here to visit the St. Jude Event Page<

Charlie Kent Memorial Crappie Fishing Tournament<

If you or a business you know would like to post the tournament flyer, please feel free to click on the picture above or on the link at the bottom of this page to download the PDF version of the tournament flyer.  You will be able to print as many copies as you would like and distribute whereever there may an interest in the tournament.





Tournament Details

Entry:  $50.00 per boat - entry fees may be prepaid online by clicking here< or people will collect money at each of the main landings (Aliceville, East Bank on Columbus, Gainesville) prior to the safe light launch.  Entry fees are required to compete in the tournament only and are not tax deductable.

Location: Columbus, Gainesville, Aliceville (Weigh-In will be at Pickensville Day Use Pavillion Raleigh Ryan Boat Ramp, Pickensville @ 3:00 pm)

Date: December 7, 2013

Start Fishing:  Safe Light

End Fishing:  2:00 pm

Weigh-In: 3:00 pm Pickensville Day Use Pavillion

The tournament will be a single winner tournament in honor of Mr. Charlie.   The tournament's goal is to raise money for St. Jude Research Hospital in honor of Charlie and to be a fun crappie fishingi event.  The tournament will have a single winner of $500.  The winner will be determined by weighing 7 live crappie and whichever team has the largest eligible crappie weight will win.  The crappie must be caught the day of the tournament on one of the three lakes (Columbus, Aliceville, or Gainesville).

The tournament will follow the standard Crappie Masters tournament rules.

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