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Ultimate Bass Series (Mankato) - Madison Lake - 7/18

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Stop #2 on the Ultimate Bass Series (Mankato) tour is Madison Lake on Saturday July 18th. Team tournament format.

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).

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16.?? took 1st and big fish was 4.55, other than that.....??? Reid, Lucky take it away..

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16.9 Zvanovecs (Swanny and Mike) spelling???

14.65 DJ and Todd Chirpich

14.35 Duh & katoguy

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Team Name Germ/Jefferson Madison Lura Tetonka Total Points

1 Dennis & Jeff 24 21 45

2 Stacy & Duh 22 23 45

3 Che & Noah 25 12 37

4 Ed & Richard 19 18 37

5 Ben & Steve 17 20 37

6 Harvey & Don 23 10 33

7 Don & Jeremy 16 15 31

8 Reid & Mark 15 16 31

9 Mike & Roger 5 25 30

10 Dan & Bruce 10 19 29

11 Curt & Shane 21 7 28

12 Tim & Scott 6 22 28

13 Jared & Rick 8 17 25

14 Gabby & Jeff 18 5 23

15 Clayton & Tim 14 9 23

16 Tony & Jay 20 2 22

17 Wade & Mark 12 8 20

18 Tim & Brian 7 11 18

19 Joe & Jay 4 14 18

20 Andy & Brady 11 6 17

21 Dave & Vic 3 13 16

22 Chris & Ethan 9 3 12

23 0

24 0

Non-Eligible Fisherman

for Tournament of Champions

DJ & Todd 0 24

Ryan & Nate 0 4

Roger & Dan 13 0

Bob & Chris 2 0

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