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Crappie Nation Tournament on Sardis Lake


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By Woods - Posted on 10 December 2012

John Woods & John Harrison won the Roper outdoors , crappiei nation tournament Saturday on Sardis lake with 12.03 followed by team of Ramm & Heathcott with 11.99 lbs. The roper's did a great job putting on the tournament.

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Strong Work Guys even threw Extremly Bad weather you guys managed to get it done. What a nice tournament hope we can do it again guys.

Cotton&Hill

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Congrats to John & John on a great win!!

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Congrats on the win again guys...way to get it done.

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