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Does anyone have the results or a site with the results for the first day of this event? Thanks in advance.

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Pat Martin is leading after the first day with a little over 15 lbs. Richie Boggs is in second with just under 15 lbs followed by Loren Davidson or Scott Bonima for 3rd, Al Linder for 5th and then Jim Moyna for 6th, I believe. 4.04 was lunker for the day.

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Dietzman, why are you not fishing this bass tourny?

Entry fee was $1000...nuff said. ANd I dont know Gull lake all that well, would have been donating my moolah!

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ya, thats alot of money to be throwing at a tournament if you dont know the lake that well. Be sweet to win it huh!!

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My little buddy Richie won. I will Post full story And photos in AM havnig a little party for Dick at my house tonight

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45 boats fished paid to 9th.

1st rich boggs, 2nd Tom Whitehead, Pat Martin, Al lindner, not sure about the rest of top ten my Dad Roger Janousek ended up in 9th last paying spot.

I was middle of the pack.

Whitehead had big fish 5.1 lbs

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he worked me over in the old bass boat, I caught 9 1/2 lbs a day he had 14lbs the 2nd day and cashed a check.

I am proud that he did well, but I dont like to let him beat me

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