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Weekend Reminder: NWTF Wheelin Sportsman Project Benefit Crappie Tournament


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By Shannon - Posted on 16 April 2012

Reminder for this weekend:

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 (http://www.facebook.com/pages/Cypress-Creek-Outfitters/222801287764130), email us at dunndwayne@rocketmail.com or call us 731-446-0048. Stay tuned for more info.

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