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Clearwater Lake Results - 2/9/20

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Matt Johnson

Results from the event on Clearwater Lake.... 


1st Place - Matt Milbrandt/Adam Griffith (9.68 pounds)

2nd Place - Justin Hammer/Joe Crapser (8.14 pounds)

3rd Place - Mike Raetz/Travis Kratcha (7.995 pounds)

4th Place - Matt Brookman/Ben Putnam (7.975 pounds)

5th Place - Josh Dehn/Jeff Morris (6.795 pounds)

Big Fish -  Matt Brookman/Ben Putnam (1.365 pound Crappie)


For a complete list of the results... Circle Lake Results - CLICK HERE

Also check out the UPL Facebook page for more photos from the event... UPL Facebook Page - CLICK HERE



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