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Jefferson / German 8/9/09

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Mankato Area Bass Tour is having a tournament on Lake Jefferson / German by Mankato on Sunday August 9th.

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

Cost is $200.00 per team of 2 anglers.

Official off-limits is on Tuesday 8/4 at 9pm.

Sign up at the Jefferson ramp at least 1/2 hour before the tournament starts! Boat checks start at 5:30am.

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

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We will be checking in boats at both the German and Jefferson Boat ramps starting at 5:30am.

The weigh-in will be at the Jefferson ramp at 2:30pm.

Please bring your boat to the park on German and check in at Jefferson if you are fishing German.

DO NOT trailer your boat from German to Jefferson to weigh-in.

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Hauer/Shetka 24.4

Che/Noah 20.?

Big fish was over 7 lbs.

Lots of big fish caught. At least 3-4 over 6lbs and 10 over 5.

Winning bag came from West Jeff and 2nd was German.

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one quick question, is ease off for championship going to be by position you finished the regular season or draw like the other tournaments?

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