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Tenn-Tom Crappie Club Tournament at Aberdeen


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By Ray - Posted on 23 May 2011

We had our tournament at Aberdeen this Saturday. It was a hot day on the water for sure. The water at Aberdeen still had a lot of color to it but there was very little current to deal with. The fishing was ok and all teams caught some crappiei. Charlie and I won the event with 7.18 pounds, Jesse and Nonna wright were 2nd with Tracy and Scott Humber 3rd. Charlie caught the big fish that was a 1.59 pound female white crappie with no eggs.
Ok Guys it is time to get ready for our classic. The classic is only 2 weeks away and weigh-in will be at the Columbus Marina.
Please let me know if you have any questions about the upcoming classic.

Ray

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Yep I am in on the fish fry. I will post in a couple days the details but we will welcome members that have not fished with us this year as well but we will need to know you are coming so we can plan.

Ray

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We had also mentioned a fish fry the night before? Is anyone besides me and Mr Charlie interested? If not, me and him will just have one. Mr Charlie, Can you catch us some fish? I can cook em.

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