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Crappiemasters 2010 Classic Winners

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By Ray - Posted on 11 October 2010 would like to congratulate Roy Logan and Wade Hendren on their win at the Crappiemasters 2010 Classic on Truman Reservoiri. The team took the lead on day one weighing in 9.96 lbs with seven fish. Day two they almost matched that weight with a 9.91 lb stringer that gave them a total weight of 19.87 lbs and making them the 2010 Bass Pro Shops Crappie Masters National Champion. Each member of team won a Nitro Z7 fully rigged boat with a Mercury 150 hp optimax motor sponsored by Bass Pro Shops, Tracker Marine and Mercury Motors.
The team stated they had never fished Truman Lake. They fished the Grand arm using a double hook rig with ½ oz weights on BnM 14 foot poles, Tite Lok rod holders and Humminbird electronics. They fished in 5 foot of water slow trolling both days. They stated they had their spot and just had to be persistent and work the area. Their second day started off rough as they were getting ready for day two, their minnows were dead and their batteries not charged. Again congratulations to the team for a job well done.

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