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lura tournament this wkend

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Why there?! Where was the food on German/Jeff? Oh well you guys do need something 2 look fwd 2..the ppl that show up at the weigh in will be there 4 food, not the 6 fish that get brought in...Have fun, all I can say whistle

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It was bad but not that bad.

Team Name Germ/Jefferson Madison Lura Tetonka Total Points

1 Stacy & Duh 22 23 18 63

2 Ben & Steve 17 20 25 62

3 Dennis & Jeff 24 21 14 59

4 Don & Jeremy 16 15 24 55

5 Reid & Mark 15 16 20 51

6 Dan & Bruce 10 19 22 51

7 Tim & Scott 6 22 23 51

8 Ed & Richard 19 18 11 48

9 Che & Noah 25 12 10 47

10 Curt & Shane 21 7 19 47

11 Clayton & Tim 14 9 16 39

12 Harvey & Don 23 10 5 38

13 Gabby & Jeff 18 5 15 38

14 Mike & Roger 5 25 5 35

15 Tony & Deb 20 2 12 34

16 Dave & Vic 3 13 17 33

17 Tim & Brian 7 11 13 31

18 Jared & Rick 8 17 5 30

19 Wade & Mark 12 8 6 26

20 Andy & Brady 11 6 9 26

21 Joe & Jay 4 14 7 25

22 Chris & Ethan 9 3 8 20

Non-Eligible Fisherman

for Tournament of Champions

DJ & Todd 0 24

Ryan & Nate 0 4

Roger & Dan 13 0

Bob & Chris 2 0

Bruce & Adam 5

Dan & Jeremy 0

Jason & Wife 0

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22+ won. I think there were only 3 bags over 20. The last place to pay out was 6th at 15.30#. 5.75 was big fish.

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I've been making the wrong calls all year... sick Hopefully it doesn't cost us T.O.Y. in this circuit, too. I might need to hire you and Luckycrank for a little guiding session.

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What do the #'s represent in Legends post on the previous page? Weights...points...or points earned off placement in tourny?

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Team Name Germ/Jefferson Madison Lura Tetonka Total Points

1 Stacy & Duh 22 23 18 63

Stacy & Duh are in 1st place after 3 events.

they got 22 points on Germ/Jeff (4th place)

they got 23 points on Madison (3rd place)

they got 18 points on Lura (8th place)

we have 1 event to go... Tetonka

they have 63 points overall

There are no weights listed. Gabby doesn't distribute that info.

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I'd take you up on that LC. Mine is just a little 797c2si, not like Katoguy's giant one.

Reid, mind sharing your phone # or email? I'd like to ask a few ?'s about your 797...

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I got the 797 also got over 800 hours on it love it

Thanks for sharing the opinion. Reid gave a solid testimonial also...I will be getting one!

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