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West Alabama Crappie Lake Tuscaloosa Tournament Results

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By Ray - Posted on 27 February 2010

West Alabama crappiei had its first tournament of the year today on Lake Tuscaloosa. There were some really good weights for this lake including 2 crappie over 2 pounds. There was a good turn out with 23 teams at the weigh in. Below are the final top 5 results:

(1) Raymond & Jim Fowler - 9.62
(2) Tracy & Scott Humber - 8.92
(3) Ray Trull & Jason Perkins - 8.90
(4) Jessie & Nonna Wright - 8.16
(5) Tim Fields & Phillip - 8.07

Big Fish
Holder and Holder - 2.23

The team of Charlie and Ray finished 10th weighing 7.15. We had a great time with all the West Alabama crappie members and were happy to catch the fish we did on our 2nd ever trip to Tuscaloosa Lake. We caught all our fish in 7 to 10 foot of water above treasure Island. We were slow trolling double minnow rigs around cover.
It seems the fish up in he grass were better and more numerous.

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Ray we caught all of our fish on the outside edge of the grass. None in the grass and very few out away from the grass. We were casting jigs under a weighted cork, fishing anywhere from 4' deep early to 2 1/2' deep later during the day. We messed up though. We thought with the sun comin out and the water warming a little they would move up under the grass. We were wrong. According to one report, from a feller that had a better stringer than we did, they were around 6' deep in the afternoon. We still had a great time and would like to see others joins us in upcoming tourneys. Visit our web site at

Tracy H

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