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What happened to the Southern MN Bass

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Talked with the TD last night and he said that since all boats don't want to continue he is going to split the remaining money and refund it all to the 35 teams. He did not say when this would happen but Southern MN Bass Tour is officially CANCELED and all remaining money will be refunded. Thats all i know.

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