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Cooter

1st WI chapter Muskies Inc Tournament

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We'll be having our 33rd annual musky tournament Sept 18-20 with headquarters at East Bay on the Holcombe Flowage.

Tourney waters include Rice L, L Eau Claire, Amacoy, Chippewa R, Flambeau R, Cornell Flowage, Dairyland Flowage, Fireside, Island L Chain, Lower Long, Old Abe, Potato, Sand, Wissota, and Round L.

Fishing hours are 6am-noon and 1pm-8pm on Fri and Saturday. Sunday hours are 6am-10am. Award ceremony begins at 1pm on Sunday with food available and two barrels of Leinies!

Entry fees are $50 for adults, $65 for husband/wife, and $20 for under age 18.

Registration available at East Bay on Thurs the 17th from 5-10pm and at Mouldy's Archery and Tackle in Chippewa Falls/Hallie on the 17th from 5-8pm.

More info at http://firstwi.muskiesinc.org or 1-888-726-6733, please leave a message.

Also can call me directly, Scott Schreiber at 715-797-5828.

We've got a bunch of great musky items lined up plus three $500 cash prizes and a free replica for the longest release.

Hope to see you there!

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Sounds like fun Cooter. I'll be in Iowa for a wedding though (I'm in it so I'll be there all 3 days). Are you fishing it?

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I will be fishing it. Never been to it before because its always been the same weekend as bow opener. It just happened to be an earlier opener this year - although I'm tournament director so have a little pull now!

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