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2009 King of the Cats Shootout [Part 2]

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Just checking in to see if there is any interest in having another KOTC shootout here before the season ends? I was thinking 8/24-8/31. I will make a decision either way by Wed so that there is time to submit entry fees.

At the very least I think we need 10 for sure to make it worthwhile.

For those not familiar with the format, check this out from earlier this year:

http://www.fishingminnesota.com/forum/ub...ong#Post1897093

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I am in, and may have a couple non-members to throw their money into the hat as well.

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How'd I guess Jake smile

Nice fish man!

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Yep I will attend this, even if I do not get out. I am sure I will, but if anything for the good of the cause.

Got to keep it rolling and growing! Maybe one day this will turn into a big money event and Dtro will have to start pulling a permit lol. wink

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Color me IN!! I'm due and the shootout is another opportunity to catch a big one. I'll pull an all nighter both nights - season is coming to an end so its time to fish.

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I'm not in a very good position to find fish right now otherwise I would. Don't have any shore spots up this way and don't have a boat.

But I'm sure this could be an excuse to get off my lazy butt and find some fish.

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Well it sure looks like there is enough interest!

You guys know the drill

$10 PayPal payment to dtrofishon@gmail.com

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PayPal doesn't work for me anymore for some reason but if you're short on entrances I will create a new one.

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