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LEECH21

Green Mill Bass Tourney-Green Lake-Spicer MN

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There is going to be a Largemouth/Smallmouth Bass tournament coming up on July 25th. The Green Mill Restaurant and Bar is hosting it. It will consist of a 2 person team with a five fish limit. Check-in at 7am and start time of 8am. Tourney goes till 2pm. You can sign up at the Green Mill in Willmar or call to get your spot reserved (320.231.2301). $25 per person entry fee will apply (pretty cheap by tournament standards). There is a 50 boat limit. Entry fee INCLUDES a meal banquet at the Green Mill/Willmar Conference Center at the end of the day at 5pm for social hour and meal served at 6pm where the prizes will be given out. This is a heck of a deal. Chance to win plus a meal thrown in the mix for 25 bucks a person! Let me know if any of you are interested or have questions.

1st Place- $500 Gift Card to the Green Mill

2nd Place- $250 Gift Card to the Green Mill

3rd Place- $100 Gift Card to the Green Mill

Largest Bass prize- Rod/Reel Combo

This is the 1st tournament we are putting on. Hopefully its a success and we can grow it from this year on!

No live bait, 5 fish limit. Fish must be alive at weigh-in.

Remember these gift cards can be used at any of the Green Mill locations!

We would like everyone to be signed up by the 22nd. Remember there is only a 50 boat limit.

Once again call the Green Mill Willmar at 320.231.2301 for more info.

Thanks!

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Nice job with the win Super Duty! I sure could have used either on of your pigs!!! We ended up with 16.6 for 6, all smallies... 20.24 ended up winning...

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Thanks Tonka. Sometimes plan B works out! Looks like you guys had plenty of wind to contend with again today. Were the winning fish from Sunday's tourney brown or green? Once the smallies left the beds, I have had a tough time patterning them this year.

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5 smallies and one big largemouth... long but skinny. Still weighed 4 1/2 pounds.

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I also want to send a congrats out to Superduty! I fished today out there and couldn't find much of anything. Looking specifically for smallies. Any pointers?

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