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Ultimate Bass Series (Mankato) Tournament - 6/14/09 - German/Jefferson

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Ultimate Bass Series (Mankato) is having a team tournament on German/Jefferson (take your pick) on Sunday June 14th.

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

Cost is $175.00 per team of 2 anglers.

Only a few spots left!

Contact Scott at 507-934-2798-home or 507-381-0905-cell for more information, single tournament signup ($175), or full season signup ($700).

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Actually 16+ was 2nd (Lebarron's), 16 even was 3rd (Young/Wilson). We ended up 15.7 for 4th. sheepheadslayer got the BB - (second week in a row so maybe he should change his name to bigbassslayer??? lol)

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katoguy -

What boat were you in? We fished big jeff. We took 11th, i think, with 12.35. Mark and I were in a red, silver stripe, skeeter.

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I saw you. We fished E.Jeff, too. We were in Duh's 07 -190SX (blue/silver). My turn on Washington to bring my 08- 190ZX (silver/red highlights).

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katoguy -

Hmmm, somebody buzzed by me about, seriously, 30'-40' away, on plane as they were coming out of middle jeff, with a blue and silver skeeter, because they were scared of goin through the weeds on plane. Trolling motor was down and i was fishing.

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Yep, he evidently wanted to stay in the channel and questioned why someone would be fishing in it. Sorry. I would have taken the weed route.

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kato,

probally going to throw together a few small tournaments this summer like I did last fall . show up ,pay, draw a lake and go fish! ,already have four boats for sure. likley do a couple over here and a couple over your way I'll let you know when but it will likley be 6:30-12:00 on sundays

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I'd meet you guys out to Mazaska, but this sally will be inside. It's raining and I don't want to get the boat wet...

(too far for this cat to drive for a couple hour contest.)

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kato

as it turns out french lake kid was just looking for donators for his 1st win ever! he showed all us old timers how to get it done on mazaska! with a 14-2 sack !

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What do ya mean you got lucky? You told me exactly what and where you were fishing and you did exactly that.

Sounds to me like it was a little more than luck!

a little cocky after leaving the lake at 8:30 am when practicing grin but great job!

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