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Chris Hemphill's 3.77 pound crappie


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By Ray - Posted on 25 February 2013

Well here are some picture of the 3.77 pound crappiei Chris Hemphill caught on Lake Washington in MS this weekend. The crappie was caught and weighed in during a Crappie.com tournament this weekend.
I often get the question what makes a crappie a slab. Well this one qualifies.
I was thinking this might be the largest crappie ever weighed in at a tournament. Well it is not the largest but close.
Charles Clark of Parrish, AL and Frankie Clark of Jasper, AL weighed in the record 4.19 pound white crappie on Neeley Henry in Alabama back in 2005.
Congrats to Chris Hemphill.

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Very Nice Slab!

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