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Crappie Academy Press Release

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By Roper Outdoors - Posted on 18 August 2011

Crappie Academy to be held on Saturday November 12, 2011, 9:30 am to 1:00 pm at the Larry S. Bryant Multipurpose & Wellness Center in Forrest City, AR in conjunction with Angler’s Day Out. Crappie Academy is an intensive course taught by some of the top professional crappiei tournament anglers and guides. The course will cover some of the hottest techniques in crappie fishingi. The old school method of lecturing is over; Crappie Academy specializes in hands on learning. With one on one interaction with the pros and a relaxed atmosphere it’s sure to be a pleasurable experience.

On Friday November 11, 2011 at 6:00 PM we will also have Meet & Greet the Pros at Ole Saw Mill Café 2299 N. Washington St. - Forrest City, Arkansas 72335. Don't miss the chance to chat one on one with some of the biggest titles in bass and crappie fishingi. Come, bring the family for photos and a great chance to visit with these great pros. Door prizes, Guide Trip Giveaways, specials and more! Below is more information on Crappie Academy.

Finesse & Power Jigi Fishing
Spider Rigging & Trolling Crankbaits
Seasonal Patterns / How To Read A Lake Map

Adults $75 - Students 17 & under $50
Only 125 Students Max (Must Register)

Todd Huckabee – Yum & Lindy Pro
Brad Whitehead – War Eagle Boats & B’n’M
Bert Bennett – Southern Pro Tackle & Cabela’s Pro
Gilford Sipes – Road Runner & B’n’M Pro

For More Information & To Register Visit: the website on invite or Email Jarad @

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I wanna go........

I just love to catch fish.......simple ain't it!

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