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jeffyo45

Fishers of Men - Waconia Open

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Anyone with a bass boat interested in fishing the FOM-Waconia Open and looking for a partner? It is Oct 4th and is a team format. Entry fee is $150 per team and you don't have to be FOM members. I have a pretty good knowledge of the lake and am an above average bass fisherman. You can either call or email me if interested. Thanks.

jeffyo45@hotmail.com

Cell # - 952-297-7445

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If you are interested in fishing the tournament give me a call. There are openings. Looks like it is going to be a great tournament with a decent field of boats.

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Mark Schutz 763-486-7508

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i would be interested but i have seen tournies on this lake and when there is a big tourny with let's say 30 boats, it seems there isn't that many places to fish. everyone fishes where everyone has already fished. how many boats are we talking?

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Wasn't able to fish this event..school and other activites kept me away..Just wondering what the results were or if anyone know any info.

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Winning bag was over 22 lbs. Big fish was around 5.6 lbs. A few other bags came in around 16-18lbs. 3-4 teams got skunked. There were 15 teams total I believe. My team came in 10th with 9.3 lbs, with big fish at 4.03 lbs. Most of the big fish and bags were from the southwest corner flipping into matted weeds with heavy jigs, 1 oz or larger.

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