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Tunrevir1 chips away at the Capt'ns lead this week with a weekly win. This will be Tunrevir1's second weekly win this year, the first was week 18 with 338 points. Congratulation on the weekly win Tunrevir1!!

Tunrevir1……………. 316

HOF#13……………… 310

Johnsonator ®……. 298

Jbell1981………………. 292

LMITOUT88 ®…… 290

Meaney --17-- ®…. 288

harvey lee…………… 284

Iron Cowboys……… 284

Double D's …………. 282

Sutty…………………. 282

yaggieboys…………. 278

bbqhead……………… 276

Capt.Blaine………… 274

Cyberfish……………. 274

delzz7……………….. 274

Cheeser………………. 272

muc33……………….. 272

fishinchicks ®……… 266

Harmonica Bear…… 264

fishonnopeoff ®……. 260

ReefRunner ®………. 260

Fishing_Novice ®… 258

DDT26 ®……………. 256

PerchPounder………. 256

mnhunter381 ®…… 254

Papa Grump………… 254

shiner2367 ®………. 254

Airjer…………………. 246

MetroJoe…………….. 246

PikeBayCommanche 244

Juneau4 ®………….. 242

Rip_Some_Lip ®… 242

2dog ®………………. 240

Lee Enterprises……. 240

jwhjr ®……………….. 238

TNFL………………… 238

Smoke20 ®…………. 236

SoldierGirl ®………… 230

Outdoor Ran………… 228

legend 89……………. 226

Jking…………………….. 224

NAPAFISH………….. 224

RosoRiverRat………. 224

MN Mike…………….. 222

mnwildman………. 222

catman ®…………… 220

musky999…………… 220

wally20……………….. 220

1lkstage……………… 216

MNO Man ®…………. 216

rossthefisherman ®. 216

FatMike ®…………… 194

Uncle Bill……………. 190

Crazy Train…………. 188

braves57……………….. 186

Wallyeyes ®………….. 180

Sifty………………….. 166

hoppe56307 ®……… 164

Outdoornut………….. 98

lawdog………………….. 76

xedge2002…………… 62

the pro ®……………. 0

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Total Points

1 Capt.Blaine………… 9148

2 Tunrevir1……………. -151

3 Johnsonator ®……. -164

4 LMITOUT88 ®…… -199

5 mnhunter381 ®…… -217

6 RosoRiverRat………. -238

7 Rip_Some_Lip ®… -255

8 NAPAFISH………….. -275

9 bbqhead……………… -326

10 musky999…………… -334

11 Harmonica Bear…… -359

12 Cheeser………………. -450

13 PikeBayCommanche -460

14 Iron Cowboys……… -465

15 jwhjr ®……………….. -502

16 TNFL………………… -506

17 MetroJoe…………….. -507

18 Airjer…………………. -515

19 Fishing_Novice ®… -539

20 catman ®…………… -551

21 yaggieboys…………. -556

22 Crazy Train…………. -556

23 delzz7……………….. -564

24 Juneau4 ®………….. -590

25 Papa Grump………… -604

26 braves57……………….. -655

27 Outdoor Ran………… -661

28 mnwildman………. -664

29 1lkstage……………… -676

30 DDT26 ®……………. -693

31 shiner2367 ®………. -705

32 wally20……………….. -714

33 FatMike ®…………… -720

34 Cyberfish……………. -728

35 legend 89……………. -741

36 Jking…………………….. -749

37 Smoke20 ®…………. -782

38 muc33……………….. -791

39 Lee Enterprises……. -795

40 Meaney --17-- ®…. -801

41 fishonnopeoff ®……. -810

42 rossthefisherman ®. -879

43 MN Mike…………….. -909

44 MNO Man ®…………. -912

45 fishinchicks ®……… -938

46 harvey lee…………… -972

47 Sifty………………….. -986

48 Outdoornut………….. -987

49 Jbell1981………………. -1008

50 HOF#13……………… -1027

51 PerchPounder………. -1057

52 Wallyeyes ®………….. -1108

53 Double D's …………. -1222

54 SoldierGirl ®………… -1243

55 2dog ®………………. -1245

56 lawdog………………….. -1437

57 Sutty…………………. -1441

58 the pro ®……………. -1499

59 Uncle Bill……………. -1570

60 hoppe56307 ®……… -1589

61 xedge2002…………… -1958

62 ReefRunner ®………. -1975

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Stats 'n Stuff

Previous Winners

2006 - eyehead, 300 points

2007 - delzz7, 357 points

The hypothetical, just for fun, not for real, Chase!

1 LMITOUT88 ®…… 6697

2 Johnsonator ®……. 6645 -52

3 Rip_Some_Lip ®… 6610 -87

4 Capt.Blaine………… 6583 -114

5 RosoRiverRat………. 6538 -159

6 Tunrevir1……………. 6505 -192

7 mnhunter381 ®…… 6483 -214

8 musky999…………… 6452 -245

9 Crazy Train…………. 6423 -274

10 Cheeser………………. 6407 -290

11 Airjer…………………. 6404 -293

12 bbqhead……………… 6390 -307

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Yea, great job to all those in the top 10 this year.

After a great season last year, this one has simply been horrible! Oh well....it's still fun.

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