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bassfshin24

Minnesota Match Fishing North Metro Division

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Hey guys! 
Check out this fun match fishing style tournament that is currently accepting anglers for the northern division (Includes Minnetonka on up). This format is one-on-one match that you can fish at your own convenience, lake of your choosing, and no minimum time or limits - however you two agree to fish your match is fine with us! The Southern division was a huge success last year so we've decided to expand the series to the north metro.
 
$100 entry (full tournament) / great payouts / Krugerfarms.com prize packs! 
 
Get in touch with Nick McDermott on Facebook for more details or to get signed up! 
 
 

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Thats an interesting format. So it can be any lake in the north metro as long as you and the person agree to fish the same lake, and same time?

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Yes that is correct. It's a great format for a guy like me who can't commit to a week night league. 

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How do those of us who don't use Facebook to contact him?

 

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Ross-I'll email you his email, Nick is the guy that was in the back of my boat on Mille lacs when we saw you a couple Friday's ago. 

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Very cool. I wish someone who has more spare time than me would start an "up north" version of this!

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Yeah it's a great idea. I just got pretty nervous about it because we just found out yesterday that Seth Feider is going to be in it. They didn't get enough guys to do just a north division so it will be all one division but the first few rounds north metro guys will be matched together and south metro guys will be matched together.

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You can whup him! Just think of the bragging rights you will have when you take out an Elite Series guy :)

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