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Aaron Carrell

4th Annual Celebration Bass Tournament - Aug 1st

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Don't miss out on the Fourth Annual Celebration Bass Tournament!!

The tournament this year will be held on Saturday, August 1 at Lake Marion in Lakeville, MN. Tournament times remain the same as previous years, with competition from 6:00 am until 12:00 pm (the launch will open at 4:30 am for participants). Don't delay, registration is limited to the first 40 boats and entrys are due by one week before the tournament date! Hope to see you on the water.

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Is there a link or some spot for more info on this? Interested in some of the semi-small tournaments to "get my feet wet" in some turnament fishing. Thanks!

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Well, Sorry JohnWayne, apparently someone found the ad for the tournament not appropriate to be posted in the TOURNAMENT EVENT section..... It did have a link associated with it, along with other info for the tournament, but I didn't check back on this forum in time to hook you up.

Anyways, you can always jump on www.celebrationoutdoors.com to see information regarding the tournament, as well as hopefully some results posted soon.

1st place had 21 lbs

2nd had 13 lbs, and they dropped steadily from there. The winning team really blew everyone out of the water.

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