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Double D finally gets his weekly win this year with a personal best score of 365 points. His team finished 3,4,6,& 20 and it only could have been better if Mark martin would have been his active A driver instead of Jimmy Johnson! Congratulations on a week well done Double D!!

Double D 365

musky999 359

JAR JAR ® 353

PikeBayCommanche 349

jbell1981 344

juneau4 341

fishinchicks 335

hanronson ® 334

walleyes12 ® 330

DDT26 328

BK19 ® 323

The Pro ® 318

Iron Cowboys 315

SoldierGirl 315

thorski ® 309

HOF#13 306


BEAST/smoke20 304

2dog 304

Yaggie 303

88fan ® 295

huckfin ® 293

RosoRiverRat 293

Cheeser 290

BlueLundFisherman ® 288

takem34 ® 288

eye8pout2 ® 281

Reef Runner 280

Fishing_Novice 277

bbqhead 273

Sutty 273

legend 89 272

Capt.Blaine © 272

Papa Grump 272

Uncle Bill 267

Twinlake ® 267

gregg52 ® 263

jwhjr 260

Rip_Some_Lip 259

eric29 ® 258

Harmonica Bear 254

TNFL 252

Sprinter ® 247

BpAki987 ® 246

mnhunter 242

Harvey Lee © 239

Tunrevir1 238

mnwildman 238

Johnsonator 234

2 by 4 and 1 by 2 234

delzz7 232

metrojoe 219

SledNeck ® 217

elevatorguy ® 211

Airjer 204

amp88 ® 172

1lkstage 135

shiner2367 130

wally20 106

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Total Points

legend 89 still at the top with a 70 point cushion!

1 legend 89 7,611

2 Fishing_Novice 7,541

3 BEAST/smoke20 7,530

4 Reef Runner 7,524

5 Iron Cowboys 7,473

6 Harvey Lee © 7,472

7 Tunrevir1 7,460

8 Rip_Some_Lip 7,453

9 Airjer 7,452

10 musky999 7,417

11 eye8pout2 ® 7,407

12 jbell1981 7,370

13 HOF#13 7,334

14 Johnsonator 7,309

15 Cheeser 7,298

16 metrojoe 7,268

17 LMITOUT88 7,257

18 mnwildman 7,235

19 juneau4 7,233

20 huckfin ® 7,226

21 SledNeck ® 7,223

22 DDT26 7,219

23 PikeBayCommanche 7,192

24 walleyes12 ® 7,190

25 88fan ® 7,180

26 Sprinter ® 7,171

27 eric29 ® 7,161

28 BlueLundFisherman ® 7,153

29 Yaggie 7,131

30 BK19 ® 7,080

31 Capt.Blaine © 7,056

32 Papa Grump 7,044

33 elevatorguy ® 7,037

34 fishinchicks 7,018

35 The Pro ® 7,010

36 bbqhead 6,989

36 BpAki987 ® 6,989

38 delzz7 6,965

39 mnhunter 6,961

40 jwhjr 6,937

41 Harmonica Bear 6,911

42 JAR JAR ® 6,874

43 2dog 6,857

44 1lkstage 6,835

45 RosoRiverRat 6,799

46 Uncle Bill 6,776

47 Double D 6,748

48 2 by 4 and 1 by 2 6,739

49 takem34 ® 6,697

50 hanronson ® 6,680

51 gregg52 ® 6,670

52 Sutty 6,664

53 Twinlake ® 6,648

54 TNFL 6,598

55 amp88 ® 6,597

56 wally20 6,410

57 SoldierGirl 6,371

58 thorski ® 6,132

59 shiner2367 5,726

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The Chase

1 musky999 5,379

2 Iron Cowboys -54

3 BEAST/smoke20 -75

4 Reef Runner -89

5 Rip_Some_Lip -90

6 Fishing_Novice -92

7 eye8pout2 ® -98

8 legend 89 -107

9 Tunrevir1 -131

10 Johnsonator -135

11 Harvey Lee © -140

12 Airjer -155

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Thank you. Yes I am glad as this win has now propelled me into the Iop 50.

I can now officially be called spoiler.


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