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Reid G

Mankato/Fbo Area - Weekday, Evening Bass Tournaments

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Kato, Lucky, French Lake Kid, Sheepheadslayer -

Can you guys confirm if there's an evening event on Washington next Thurs.? (7/2)?

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I never did see a copy of the Thursday niters. I only fished one this year. (It interferes with my lawnmowing, girl chasing, alcohol consumption, or other various activities. ) smile

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Schedule is in my other truck. I will let you know tonight.

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kato -

"Other various activities" is not a good excuse. The others are good. I'll see you at weigh in when slayer has another BB.

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July 2 Washington

July 16 Big Jeff

July 30 Madison

AUG 15 (SAT) 7-11 Tetonka

Aug 27 West Jeff

Sept 12 (SAT)7-11 Francis

No prefishing after the saturday before these events

first 15 boats

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Sounds good. Thanks.

Kato - Fishin interferes with lawn mowin? smile

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Anyone hear what the weights were on washington last night?

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11+ on 4 fish (5#+ for BB in their bag). Severely dropped off. 3rd was a tad over 5# on 4 fish.

Ouch.

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11-11 won on big jeff last night and we avoided the rain/lightning/wind. FLK close second with 11-7. Nice job. I think we were 3rd with 9-15. Lost two kickers, very frustrating.

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Hauer and Hauer(wife) won it, big fish was 3-11, I think by Flicek and Flicek(sp?), the fish bit but were not big, still fun night

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mmm, didn't Duhme have a 4+ pounder?

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Could of, guess I didn't really see...haha maybe I shouldn't say the weights then huh!!!!

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July 2 Washington

July 16 Big Jeff

July 30 Madison

AUG 15 (SAT) 7-11 Tetonka

Aug 27 West Jeff

Sept 12 (SAT)7-11 Francis

No prefishing after the saturday before these events

first 15 boats

Sheepheadslayer - Are you directing these events? Can you give me a call? 507-381-7112 Thanks!

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No I am not. I can get you contact info later today.

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NTW...Shoot me an e-mail...

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