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luckycrank

Evening Tournament( Lake Tetonka )

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July 30th

$30/boat two person teams

blast off 6:00-9:00pm.

max 15 boats 100%payback (50/30/20 split based on 15 boats)

pay out for 1st, 2nd, 3rd places

largemouth and smallmouth bass come early

18 years of age or old unless accompanied by an adult

feel free to email me with questions @ burchp8@msn.com

thanks Pat

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Im in. How bout Katoguy. Haven't heard much of him. Wonder if he can drag himself out of the saloons for a night to fish one of these.....

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Pat, is it first-come-first-serve? Or can you pre-pay?

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Not sure if my calendar is right or not but I have two other tourneys listed for that night, one on Madison & one on Cedar, both 6-9.

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Hey pat I plan on comming do u have any idea how many boats are going to be there?

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negative my partner will be there before I will I work till 5 pm and am swamped at work! so I will be on the hustle to get there hope to see ya! my head count is 8 including you? provide every body's comeing that say they are , you know how that goes I have not spoke with to many others I handed flyers to!

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Doesn't look like I'm gonna have a partner. Still plan on being there though.

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Heard that some KID had a good bite going out there over the weekend................ whistle

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NOT EVAN BRANDO?

Nope, all bailing on me. Are they trying to say something?

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Heard that some KID had a good bite going out there over the weekend................ whistle

HMMMMMMMM.....lets see... grin

I dont think its going to hold together with this cold front coming in now, in other words...shallow frown

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