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We still have openings for the Statewide Leading Edge Tournament Series!! This is a multi-species tournament series that is a blast! Fellow team members have invited us to camp at their homes and cabins near the lakes for EVERY event!! The league also provides an absolute wonderful meal on Saturday nights and we usually have a fish fry and gathering Friday nights too before each competition. It's too much fun. June 5th cannot come soon enough!
We have a Scenic Tackle jig kit for our Big Fish prize per event donated by Jeff Beckwith. These kits are sweet, people.

Also, each 1st place team on each event will win tackle from Catch'n Tackle donated by Dave Hoggard.

And don't forget about your bait and goodies for the Cass Lake and Bemidji Mystery events from Bluewater Bait in Bemidji. Bluewater is offering a 15% discount to all LETS participants for bait and tackle for these events.

Our events and lakes consist of:
#1 Cass Lake June 5-6.
#2 Lake Le Homme Dieu chain in Alexandria
June 25-26
#3 Bemidji Mystery Lake(s) event July 24-25
#4 Pokegama Lake in Grand Rapids, August 28-29

We have a few openings left. Please post here or contact me (chunord@yahoo.com) for further info and to get signed up.

Fellow teams, now is the time to get our league dues into Dennis. We are almost a month away from the season and we should take care of this (I know, I am procrastinating too) grin.gif

Please visit the LETS HSOforum for info too.
http://www.fishingsavvy.com/

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We are a month away from our first event on Cass Lake, and we have room for some more teams. Get signed up NOW for the season!!
If we do not fill the league after Monday, May 10th, we will be taking applications for teams to compete in individual events. Each team will pay $75 for each event, which includes a $50 tournament fee and $25 in league dues. We strongly encourage teams who compete in individual events to compete in all events because LETS has a total payout at the end to teams that score the most points at events. We calculate these points throughout the season to award 1st through 8th places.


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