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waltinader

Lake Waconia

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Just wondering if anyone knows of any BASS tournaments on lake Waconia that a guy could get into, if you here of one or are in one please give me some info or a #

THANKS WALTER

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Are you looking to fish as a boater or co-angler?? Check out classic bass . com there is all kind of tournament on that HSOforum along with some league night events.

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Well waltinader long time no see on here.... I'd say we did pretty well in the tournament we had on waconia this past saturday :-)

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there is tournaments rolling all summer on this lake. im sure if you go to a few websites, you will be able to find a few that you would be able to fish.

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It was a tournament for the South Metro Bass Club, waltinader and I came in with 18.04lbs. and Big bass of 4.46lbs. Second place was 13lbs.

Made for a fun day on the water for sure.

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Bags like that are not uncommon on that lake, That makes the day go by fast!!! Good Job

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Just fish the lake like you're fishing for eyes and you'll nail the green carp out there! I've caught no less than a dozen fish this year over 18" all on leeches, wally divers and taildancers! The biggest went 21"

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