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Crappie USA Classic results


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By Ray - Posted on 30 October 2010

The team of Capps and Coleman won the Crappie USA Classic at Pickwick Lake with over 25 pounds 2 day weight. These guys are some kind of tough on any lake but especially on Pickwick. Second was our very own Warren Cotton and Thomas Hill moving from 3rd to finish second. This was an especially impressive finish as these guys showed the versatility to perform very well on a lake not very familiar to them. Third was Randy Pope and his partner. The best dock shooting team in the country showed everyone that dock shooting works on Pickwick lake. I do not have the full results yet but should have posted soon. Thanks for all the well wishes to Charlie and I. We had a great time and learned more about Pickwick lake. Congrats to the top 3.

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I think we are gonna start a catfish,stripe,drum,bream and goggle eye guide service. I know where they are!LMAO

FISH ON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Phillips 66
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Hey it was nice to meet you and put a face with a name. Goggle Eye. You must have been in Indian Creek. We caught 3 plenty big enough to eat there on one stump. Charlie was kinda eying them funny and talking how good they would taste. I knew at that point we were in trouble.

Ray

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