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Cantrell and Huff Kick Off 2010 As Toyota Florida State Champions

Bass Pro Shops Crappie Masters kicked off the 2010 tournament trail at Tavares, FL on Harris Chain of Lakes. Sponsored by the City of Tavares, Lake County Florida and South East Toyota the tournament showed that the crappie were healthy and abundant as anglers caught many fish including some of the best weights in recent years as a few anglers busted the 10 lb mark on seven fish.

Presented by Bass Pro Shops, Tracker Marine, Minn Kota, Humminbird, Mercury the day one team of John Boise and Larry Drunert set the mark weighing in 11.14 lbs on seven fish. Joe Miller and John Peyton held second place with 10.78 lbs. The Road Runner team of Coy and Gilford Sipes had 10.41 lbs with a couple other teams right there with 10 lbs weight or upper 9 lb weights. Big fish for the day was 1.88 pounds and that slab was brought in by Charles Cantrell and Robbie Huff who ended the tournament with second big fish with the catch.

Mark Twain Final Qualifying Tournament for 2010

Bass Pro Shops Crappie Masters All American Trail is at Mark Twain Lake, Monroe City, MO. for the final qualifying tournament before the 2010 National Championship on Truman Lake, Clinton, MO. in October. Presented by Bass Pro Shops Crappie Masters, Golden Eagle Distributors, Mark Twain Landing and Hannible CVB the tournament is August 21, 2010.

Morgan-Watson 2009 National Champions

Matt Morgan and Kent Watson from Indiana took the first day lead by over a pound by weighing in 15.70 lbs and brought in 14.20 on day two for a total of 28.23. The champions stated they came down the weekend before and got lucky and landed good fish. The bite changed during the week. They had good fish day one by noon but day two a lot of boats were around the area they were fishing. They fished a hour and a half then decided to move and it took every minute of the day to get rest of the good fish as they caught a total of only 12 fish on the second day. Deep fish they had found were gone so they went to 15-18 foot deep and had to lighten up.

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