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May 30, 2013

Rick Bramwell: Temporary rules add hooks for anglers


This seminar is open to the public. Those not fishing the event are encouraged to come out to this meeting and meet the top crappie anglers in the region.

The Amateur Division offers a chance for local and new up-and-coming anglers the opportunity to fish on a competitive level at half the cost of the Semi-Pro entry fee.

The tournament weigh-in will be held June 15 at the Mount Etna Boat Ramp, Hwy 124, Mount Etna beginning at 3 p.m. This is the perfect opportunity for non-competitors to come and learn how the big ones are caught.

You can enter this tournament by filling out and sending in an entry form or by registering on the official website at before the deadline listed on the form.

Teams may also enter at the pretournament seminar on Friday night. All late entries will be subject to a $20 late fee.

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