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Update on the Crappiemasters Event on Grenada


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By Ray - Posted on 01 September 2009

Just got this update from Paul Alpers this morning. The below is a quote and crappie101.com will be updating as we get the information.
There will be 2 boats and motors given away at our Classic -- at this moment and time we know the motors will be 150 Mercury Optimaxs and the boats will be TV18 Trackers. "The motors are confirmed" we are still waiting on boat pricing to decide whether to do the TV18s or a fiberglass boat. If you want to put anything on your web site put that there will be 2 boats
fully equipped with 150 Mercury Optimax motors and trailers to be given away at the classic this year. If you can wait until the end of this week to post the type of boat and motor, we can given you all details at that time. - Paul Alpers-

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