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tkfishing
03-05-2006, 09:29 AM
I justed joined Crappie.com on Sat. It seems like a good place for a lot of info. I hope I can help others as time goes on. I fished with Crappie USA for several years with my father. After he passed away from cancer in 2002 I stopped fished because something was missing. Since that time my son and I have started where my father and I left off. Can anyone tell me if Crappie USA is still like a big family. I sure miss the times we had together. This year I'am going to take my son Jordan and start the family team over. I look forward to the times that we will have on the water. We will fish most if not all of the ternaments in Region 3. Good luck to everyone in the upcoming season. Just remember don't take life for granted because the person you'll miss the most may be seated right beside you. Troy Keen

Trialblazer
03-05-2006, 10:29 AM
I justed joined Crappie.com on Sat. It seems like a good place for a lot of info. I hope I can help others as time goes on. I fished with Crappie USA for several years with my father. After he passed away from cancer in 2002 I stopped fished because something was missing. Since that time my son and I have started where my father and I left off. Can anyone tell me if Crappie USA is still like a big family. I sure miss the times we had together. This year I'am going to take my son Jordan and start the family team over. I look forward to the times that we will have on the water. We will fish most if not all of the ternaments in Region 3. Good luck to everyone in the upcoming season. Just remember don't take life for granted because the person you'll miss the most may be seated right beside you. Troy Keen

Rod and reel $50.00
Bait $2.00
Snacks $5.00
Taking your son fishing PRICELESS!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)

God Bless
Trialblazer

David Waters
03-05-2006, 01:52 PM
awesome story Troy. The relationship that will develop between you and your son will strengthen through time. My fondest memories of my dad and my grandad are ones that involve fishing or some kind of outdoors.

I hope to see you somewhere down the road in a CUSA tournament.

whizkids
03-06-2006, 08:34 PM
CUSA is very much like a family. They are a fine group of people to fish with.

pstone
03-06-2006, 09:08 PM
Good luck on the tournament trail this year.

For future reference, how much does it cost to fish the tournaments?

Crappie Chaser
03-07-2006, 09:04 AM
Pstone...most tournaments varies...But for Crappie USA, its $75 for the amatuer division and $155 for the semi-pro division.