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Stage is Set 10th Annual Forgotten Child Fund Crappie Tournament

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The Forgotten Child Fund provides Christmas gifts for over 7,000 area children The Forgotten Child Fund provides Christmas gifts for over 7,000 area children

CHATTANOOGA (WRCB) - Chattanooga Crappie Club will be hosting their 10th annual Forgotten Child Crappie Tournament to help the Forgotten Child Fund collect toys for families who need a little help providing Christmas to their children. The Chattanooga Crappie Club is very instrumental in raising the awareness of this worthy cause in the angling community.

The tournament will be held at Chester Frost Park on Sunday, October 12, 2014 from 8:00 am to 1:30 pm.

Anglers can register between 6:00 am - 7:20 am the morning of the tournament. There will also be a
mandatory boat driver's meeting that morning at 7:30 amt.


The entry fee for the event will be $25 per boat which includes the Big fish fee. Organizers also ask that everyone that participates bring at least one unwrapped $5 to $10 toy to help with donations to the Chattanooga Forgotten Child Fund.

Hamburgers and Hot Dogs provided by Chattanooga Fire and Rescue's Kelly Simmons, Clay Ingle and Darrell Burt immediately after the weigh in.

Scott Chase from KZ106 will be the weigh-in emcee and will also be doing a remote broadcast from the tournament.

Chattanooga Crappie Club would also like to thank Benny Hull "the old Stump Bumper”, for his outstanding support and filming of this event.

The Chattanooga Crappie Club is proud to announce the payouts for the upcoming Forgotten Child Fund tournament. 

First place sponsored by TowBoat US, Stacey and Shane O'Neal will be a guaranteed $400 and two TowBoat US memberships.

Second place will be a guaranteed 25% payout sponsored by Soddy Custom Bait and Tackle, 2 Rod/Reel combos by Soddy Custom Bait and Tackle, two $25 Bass Pro Gift Cards by Tilden Car Care, and two Plano Elite Kevin Van Dam tackle bags from Sportsman's Warehouse

Third place will be a guaranteed 10% payout Sponsored by Sportsman's Warehouse, two Mr Crappie Rod/Reel combos by Sportsman's Warehouse, two $25 gift cards by Sportsman's Warehouse, and two Tackle Boxes from Bryden's Market Bait and Tackle.

Fourth place sponsored by Marion Environmental INC. will be two $25 Visa Gift Cards.

Fifth place will be two $25 Lowes Gift Card's sponsored by Industrial Solutions LLC. 

Big Fish sponsored by D J Marine Electronics Johnny Stansell will be a
guaranteed. $100 plus $5 per boat which is included in each entry fee.


All Anglers registered in tournament are eligible for a drawing for one free TowBoat US membership.

For more information please feel free to email chattanoogacrappieclub@gmail.com.

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