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Eastern Buckeye Crappie Club plans its first hunting and fishing swap meet

The Eastern Buckeye Crappie Club is staying active during February with a hunting and fishing swap meet. The event is scheduled for February 27 from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and February 28 from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Tippecanoe Fire House, 81125 Gardner St., Tippecanoe, Ohio 44699. Price of admission is just $3.00, with children ages 12 and under admitted free.  EBCC plans to make the swap meet an annual event. 

Seminars on Catfishing, Pond management, and Steelhead fishing will be presented on Saturday.  A presentation on Crappie Fishing is being planned for Sunday, pending final arrangements.  

Set-up fees are $35.00 per table. Dealers, charters, and guides are all welcome to participate, as are individuals with new or used fishing or hunting equipment to sell or swap. Reservations are required for those wishing to set up tables. Send registration information, including name and type of participant (individual, outfitter, charter, etc.) with a check payable to Eastern Buckeye Crappie Club to:

Tim Rickey
16115 State Rt. 258
Tippecanoe, OH 44799

Registrations must be received by February 20, 2010, in order to guarantee table reservations.

For more information, contact Rickey at 330-204-6065 (day) or 740-658-3782 (evening).





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