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By DTG - Posted on 03 April 2010

There is a organization being formed now as WTCC. It will be set up similar to Schoals crappiei club and Magnolia crappie club. Information is being gathered for a website and getting all other business taken care of. If anyone is intrested in joining or being active in the structure of the organization feel free to post concerns.

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I have setup a new forum for this club. Please visit the West Tennessee Crappie Club Forum.

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