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Last night I got my new Lawrance 520c external GPS hooked up, new prop put on, put Humingbird 565 hook up on bow mount, filled tank up with gas.... I'm ready. Man... is that Lawrance nice. Down side is I'm a Softball head coach and we won first game of sub section playoffs and then went on to win second game vs the #1 seed which advances us into subsection quarter finals with no losses in a double elimination tournament.... Saturday 1pm caswell park in Mankato. Then second game is at 5:30... so that's how I'm spending my Bass opener. Looks like I'll start my bass season a day late.

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Congrats on the w's, too bad on the missing the greatest day of the fishing year though...

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who do you coach for? HS or college? good luck either way

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I coach for Norwood Young America. Thing is as much as you put into a season as a head coach,it really isn't a sacrifice to miss one day of bassin.... It is tough but I'll get out Sunday all day and then again Monday. It is kind of a win - win as I hope the girls perform as they've been coached and wish the best for them. I'm sure a few times on and off on Sat my mind will drift off for a second or two though. I am thinking with the past few days of hot weather around here that the shallow bite will be kick started as the males should be in full fledged nest making mode and the larger females should be creaping in close to the first drop of adjacent to shallow flats.

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