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NWTF Wheelin Sportsman Project Benefit Crappie Tournament

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By Shannon - Posted on 09 March 2012

Cypress Creek Outfitters will be hosting a benefit crappiei tournament on Reelfoot Lake to benefit the NWTF Wheelin Sportsman Project.

The tournament will be held on April 21st with the entry fee being $100/boat.

10% of all entries will be donated towards the Wheelin Sportsman.

We are looking for potential sponsors for this event. You may contact us on facebook (, email us at or call us 731-446-0048. Stay tuned for more info.

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Backdrop for stage
Backdrop for stage

Things just keep growing for our tournament. First place is now a guaranteed $800 and with product donations for this position, it is worth $1300. The NWTF has designed an 8'x10' color backdrop for the weigh-in stage. Go to our facebook site, Cypress Creek Outfitters to view it.

Cypress Creek Outfitters-Reelfoot Lake, TN

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Just a note to keep everyone updated...we now have a guaranteed 1st place payout of $750. Our sponsor list now entails Clark Dist., Grizzly Jigi, Lake Road BP, Burk's Broadcasting, Reelfoot Lake Inn, Reelfoot Marine, Hart's Used Cars, BP/Amoco, Wally Marshall, Lake Fork Trophy Lures, and B-n-M Rods.

Cypress Creek Outfitters-Reelfoot Lake, TN

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