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By Roper Outdoors - Posted on 31 January 2015

Just wanted to pass this on. If you want to learn more about crappie fishingi and you want a classroom hands on learning experience, Crappie Academy is for you.

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***AR Feb. 7, 2015 Crappie Academy Itinerary***

8:00 − 8:45AM > Check In Registration

8:45 − 9:00AM > Welcome By Host & Founder

9:00 − 9:45AM > Jarad Roper Spider Rigging 101

9:45 − 10:00AM > Breaki

10:00 − 10:45AM > Humminbird Presentationi

10:45 − 11:00AM > Break

11:00 − 11:45AM > Humminbird Presentation

11:45 − 12:55PM > LUNCH

1:00 − 1:45PM > Barry Morrow Pre Spawni/Spawn Locations & Tactics (Jigi Fishing)

1:45 − 2:00PM > Break

2:00 − 2:45PM > Jarad Roper Vertical Trolling Rigs (Class Activity)

2:45 − 3:00PM > Break

3:00 − 3:45PM > Barry Morrow Post Spawn/Transition Locations & Tactics (Jig Fishing)

3:45 − 4:00PM > Break

4:00 − 5:15PM > Jarad Roper Dock Shooting & Dock Shooting Game (Class Activity)

5:15 − 5:25PM > Break

5:25 − 6:00PM > Q & A

6:01PM > The End

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