Archive for Sunday, May 27, 2001

Outdoors Briefs

May 27, 2001

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Cross, Simmons nab crappie tourney title

Steve Cross of Carbondale and Doc Simmons of Overbrook caught 10 crappie that weighed 10.94 pounds and won the Crappie Busters tournament last Sunday at Clinton Lake.

Jim Treece of Greenwood, Mo., and David Dolan of Drexel, Mo., caught 10 crappie that weighed 10.56 pounds and finished second.

Merril Coleman and Paula Hubbs, both of Topeka, caught the biggest crappie. It weighed 1.74 pounds.

Junction City men walleye meet winners

Ryan Rogowski and Paul Hicks, both of Junction City, caught eight fish weighing 23 pounds and won the $750 first prize last Sunday in the Kansas Walleye Association tourney at El Dorado Lake.

Ron Erhard of Wellsville caught the biggest walleye (5.5 pounds) and won $200.

Missouri to auction surplus equipment

Springfield, Mo. Boats, boat trailers and motors will go on sale in the Missouri Department of Conservation's surplus property auction on June 16. Auction items will be on display from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. June 15 and at 8 a.m. June 16. The sale will begin at 10 a.m. June 16.

Free Fishing Days on tap next weekend

You won't need a license to fish anywhere in Kansas next Saturday and Sunday.

On those two days, anyone may fish anywhere in Kansas without having to buy a state fishing license.

Benjamin takes title

Jason Benjamin won Lawrence's Sunflower Bassmasters tournament last Saturday at Perry Lake. Jerry Benjamin was second and won big bass honors.

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