Frank Haidusek nets Kansas Crappie Trail win

Frank Haidusek, of North Newton, holds up a pair of crappie he caught to help give him the Kansas Crappie Trail win last Sunday on Perry Reservoir.
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North Newton’s Frank Haidusek overcame a strong charge from a pair of Top Secret Jig Company teams at the Kansas Crappie Trail event April 18 on Perry Reservoir.

Haidusek, a retired Air Force veteran who owns and operates Cleared Hot Fishing guide service in southern Kansas, posted a 10.62-pound bag, including the big fish at 2.03 pounds, to capture the victory, edging out Top Secret pro staffers Todd Morstorf, of Topeka, and Tony Niemeyer, of Gardner, in second place with 9.80 pounds. Topekan Dustin Hobbs, a native of Hays, placed third with 9.72 pounds and survived a strong push from new Top Secret co-owners Dylan Faulconer, of Eudora, and Allen Miller, of Edgerton, who finished fourth with 9.63 pounds, giving the Kansas bait company two teams in the top four.

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