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Week 13 Winner

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Catman decides to up his personal best by 37 points and takes his second weekly win in as many weeks. With 28 teams breaking 300 and the top five separated by only 8 points, it is a well earned weekly win. Congratulations Catman!!

1 catman ® 387

2 MNO Man ® 384

3 delzz7 383

4 harvey lee 383

5 Outdoornut 379

6 RosoRiverRat 378

7 bbqhead 374

8 yaggieboys 374

9 DDT26 ® 374

10 fishonnopeoff ® 374

11 Crazy Train 357

12 braves57 354

13 Cheeser 345

14 muc33 342

15 Cyberfish 342

16 MetroJoe 336

17 NAPAFISH 335

18 Tunrevir1 330

19 Airjer 330

20 musky999 329

21 1lkstage 329

22 PikeBayCommanche 327

23 HOF#13 310

24 legend 89 310

25 Jbell1981 307

26 Iron Cowboys 305

27 hoppe56307 ® 304

28 wally20 304

29 FatMike ® 304

30 Fishing_Novice ® 299

31 Outdoor Ran 294

32 Lee Enterprises 294

33 Johnsonator ® 292

34 Jking 289

35 shiner2367 ® 288

36 Sifty 285

37 TNFL 277

38 Uncle Bill 276

39 Bass N Spear ® 275

40 Down to Earth ® 275

41 PerchPounder 275

42 mnwildman 271

43 LMITOUT88 ® 268

44 Meaney --17-- ® 264

45 SoldierGirl ® 263

46 Sutty 262

47 Harmonica Bear 257

48 anyfishwilldo 255

49 xedge2002 253

50 2dog ® 253

51 mnhunter381 ® 250

52 Rip_Some_Lip ® 240

53 Trick on the track ® 233

54 Papa Grump 231

55 Smoke20 ® 219

56 wyldewal 217

57 the pro ® 210

58 lawdog 210

59 ReefRunner ® 207

60 MN Mike 206

61 jwhjr ® 199

62 fishinchicks ® 194

63 Wallyeyes ® 192

64 rossthefisherman ® 164

65 Capt.Blaine 160

66 Juneau4 ® 149

67 Double D's 112

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Total Points

bbqhead takes over Capt.Blaines impressive 11 weeks on the top.

1 bbqhead 3716

2 Outdoornut 3703

3 braves57 3701

4 catman ® 3695

5 Capt.Blaine 3673

6 Airjer 3612

7 musky999 3589

8 NAPAFISH 3579

9 the pro ® 3543

10 PikeBayCommanche 3528

11 mnhunter381 ® 3521

12 Cheeser 3519

13 MetroJoe 3506

14 harvey lee 3491

15 Johnsonator ® 3486

16 Bass N Spear ® 3479

17 RosoRiverRat 3471

18 wally20 3468

19 Smoke20 ® 3468

20 MNO Man ® 3465

21 Crazy Train 3455

22 TNFL 3447

23 1lkstage 3442

24 Tunrevir1 3436

25 mnwildman 3432

26 yaggieboys 3425

27 FatMike ® 3414

28 lawdog 3371

29 rossthefisherman ® 3351

30 Papa Grump 3349

31 delzz7 3345

32 Jking 3343

33 DDT26 ® 3328

34 anyfishwilldo 3326

35 Trick on the track ® 3325

36 Fishing_Novice ® 3322

37 legend 89 3319

38 Down to Earth ® 3315

39 LMITOUT88 ® 3306

40 Juneau4 ® 3301

41 Iron Cowboys 3300

42 fishinchicks ® 3295

43 wyldewal 3290

44 SoldierGirl ® 3278

45 Rip_Some_Lip ® 3274

46 fishonnopeoff ® 3273

47 Cyberfish 3269

48 Meaney --17-- ® 3268

49 hoppe56307 ® 3255

50 HOF#13 3253

51 jwhjr ® 3251

52 Jbell1981 3229

53 shiner2367 ® 3226

54 Wallyeyes ® 3204

55 Outdoor Ran 3199

56 Sifty 3198

57 Sutty 3178

58 2dog ® 3176

59 muc33 3163

60 Lee Enterprises 3163

61 Harmonica Bear 3146

62 PerchPounder 3142

63 Uncle Bill 3135

64 Double D's 3045

65 xedge2002 2918

66 MN Mike 2796

67 ReefRunner ® 2217

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Stats n Stuff

Previous Winners

2006 - Weekend Wreckers, 322 points

2007 - Outdoor Ran, 330 points

Average Rank

Capt.Blaine 1

the pro ® 4

PikeBayCommanche 5

Smoke20 ® 6

bbqhead 10

musky999 12

1lkstage 14

catman ® 14

Airjer 15

braves57 15

Johnsonator ® 15

Juneau4 ® 15

FatMike ® 16

NAPAFISH 16

mnhunter381 ® 20

LMITOUT88 ® 21

Sifty 21

Meaney --17-- ® 22

Bass N Spear ® 23

Cheeser 23

wally20 23

MetroJoe 24

Papa Grump 24

Double D's 27

Outdoornut 27

Rip_Some_Lip ® 27

TNFL 28

lawdog 30

RosoRiverRat 30

Trick on the track ® 30

harvey lee 31

MNO Man ® 31

rossthefisherman ® 32

Wallyeyes ® 32

anyfishwilldo 33

Crazy Train 34

jwhjr ® 34

Lee Enterprises 34

fishinchicks ® 36

Iron Cowboys 36

wyldewal 39

Jking 42

Tunrevir1 42

yaggieboys 42

legend 89 43

Fishing_Novice ® 44

Outdoor Ran 44

SoldierGirl ® 44

Down to Earth ® 45

mnwildman 45

ReefRunner ® 46

Harmonica Bear 47

2dog ® 48

shiner2367 ® 50

DDT26 ® 51

HOF#13 51

MN Mike 51

Cyberfish 52

fishonnopeoff ® 53

hoppe56307 ® 54

Jbell1981 55

PerchPounder 55

Sutty 58

delzz7 59

muc33 61

Uncle Bill 61

xedge2002 65

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Congrats to the top dog. Boy, one needs a 400 week to win one with this tough group. Nice week for many.

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Yep...great job to all those in the high 300's. I finally cracked 300 points for the first time this season, and still got clobbered.

I want to go back to last years standings!!!!

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Congrats on the win. Rough week again for me, but I've been using drivers that are not so hot in the hope that I can save some of the strong ones for later in the season. I'm sure when I start using them more they'll go cold.

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Ouch! eek That race hurt!! Looks like I have some catching up to do.

Congrats on the win though!!

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I go fishing for a few days, don't really pay attention to how the race went this week, come home and see only 112 points. Oh no, I thought, I must have forgotten to start some cars. I check it out, nope all 4 drivers started, I just should have picked for the bottom: I had 3 drivers in the bottom 10, and the other finished somewhere in the teens.

I thought I had the all time low about a month ago at 124 for 4 drivers, but noooooo, I had to go and beat my own record. Oh well, it's all for fun.

DD

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