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Trophy Room: Check out this nice black crappie

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Warren Holmgren, 9, of Roseville, Minn., caught-and-released this 13-inch, 1.25-pound black crappie on East Bass Lake in Cotton.
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Warren Holmgren, 9, of Roseville, Minnesota, caught-and-released this 13-inch, 1.25-pound black crappie on East Bass Lake in Cotton.

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