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Columbus Lake Crappie Tournament


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By Ray - Posted on 27 March 2010

Tyler and I fished the charity tournament on Columbus lake today. It was some tough fishing with the wind today. There were some good fish caught though.

(1st) - Micky Reed and Bubba Pee - 11.57
(2nd) - David Baldridge and Willis Bonner - 9.54

I did not write down all the places. Me and Tyler ended up with 8.59 and had a very interesting day.

Thanks to all that participated and I look forward to doing it again.

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I was not able to make the tournament today but was present for the weigh in. Conditions looked like they were tough out there today but there were still some good sacks of fish caught. Good job out there today guys. Also would like to say that I am new to the crappie101.com website but want to say I think yall are doing a good job on here, keep the updates coming and keep up the good work!

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Thanks Tim for joining the site and welcome. It was nice to meet you today. Keep us updated on how you do fishing.

Ray

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