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Cedar Lake - 6/7

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Mankato Area Bass Tour is having a tournament on Cedar Lake by Faribault on Sunday June 7th.

Hours are 6:30am - 2:30pm.

Cost is $200.00 per team of 2 anglers.

Sign up at ramp at least 1/2 hour before tournament start!

Contact Bob at 507-665-6957 (home) or 612-387-8110 (cell) for more information.

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Bob, you might want to mention the cut-off. Thx.

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Lake is off limits beginning at 9pm on Tuesday June 2nd.

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Bob, how many teams do you have pre-paid right now for Cedar, and how many will the permit allow?

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sitting at 13 paid with a couple verbals....permit is for 30 boats. Plenty of room!

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sitting at 13 paid with a couple verbals....permit is for 30 boats. Plenty of room!
Ouch eek

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Tell me about it French Lake Kid. I have mailed out over 50 entry forms and taken over 100 calls on this.

I am not sure if it is becuase of the bad taste left from last year, the economy, schedule conflicts or what. The pay is great, the lakes are great, the dates are scheduled around any other tournaments, I just don't know.

I have left copies at local bait stores, I have it on here, I have it posted on my own web-site......it is unexplainable to me????

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REID, come on over and practice if you find something you like hop in... if not you can give me all your spots!! grin j/k!!! or maybe not!

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I just might head out to Cedar this weekend, see if I cant figure something out. Maybe I'll see you out there.

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Any updated #'s. Hope we get 15-18. Thats about right.

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I was on Cedar Saturday morning and noticed luckycrank left his shoes on the dock.

They were still there Monday when I got to the access at 7(the luckycrank truck was already there). I left at 3 and the luckycrank truck was still there.

So were his shoes.

Pat must be thinking that all this time will get the smell out of them. P.U.

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that funny S@#$T!!!...those shoes have been there since opener. I was on the water 16 straight hours sunday only stopped for a bathroom break , evan had pizza delivered! which was nice got me thinking about a bussiness opertunity... If only I could find a old anphibicar! j/k!!!! BUT HOW NICE WOULD THAT BE!!

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My wife has been nagging me to get some new shoes, if there are still there on Sunday morning I may be in business.....

I have about a half a dozen verbals....we will have to see who shows up.

See ya on Sunday morning!

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Bob, goodnews, shoes were still there 2sday night around 9 grin so 13 confirmed and 12 verbals? if my math is right thats a full pack!!!

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frenchie!..... how many is a half a dozen?? and for pete sake get rid of that walleye avatar!before somebody sees it! grin

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Congrats, meyer/meyer, katoguy/ (I'm not even guna attempt to spell katoguy's partners last name) and bowlin(spelling)/partner 4 there finishes in 2days weather! wink btw, i do believe Bob left his shoes at the access, again grin

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The wife banned me from bringing those shoes home....something about sleeping in the garage if I did????

The results will be posted on the classic site along with my own site. for the "best bass fishing info" go to this .com with no spaces. Should have them up by the middle of the week.

Nice showing out there....bad weather but some really nice bags!

Pretty decent pay-out for only 15 boats!

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bob,

are you still alowing top 10 in t.o.c since we had such a short turn out ? or are you gonna trim it evan more ?

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Luckycrank,

It is actually the top 11 teams plus the 4 tournament winners for a total of 15 teams.

The only stipulation is that all 4 tournaments must be fished. So as it stands right now, the 14 teams that are fishing the complete circuit will be included in the TOC.

If the one team that only fished yesterday decides to fish the other 3, they will also be invited to the TOC. 15 teams max.

Bob

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