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Full Throttle Results- Pool 4/5

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Mississippi River 4/5 - Wabasha, MN , April 18th.

BASS-Team

Team - Fish -Total Wt. -Payout

1.Cody Zdrazil and Dusy Mann 5 3.76 16.56 $2,777.00

2.Dean Capra and Pat Martin 5 4.46 16.05 $1,171.00

3.Andy Young and Larry Wittin 4.03 15.80 $744.00

4.Nathen Whitting and Ted Capra 5 3.8 15.08 $496.00

5.Kirk Harrington and Doug Copland 5 14.49 $254.00

6.Dan Windslow and Steve Kordowski 5 14.44 $208.00

7.Jason Mehsikomer and Grant Miller 5 3.48 14.28 $200.00

8.Chris Amiot and Maurice Amiot 3.77 13.91

9.Mike Brill and Dave Mansell 5 3.66 13.58 $100.00

30 Boats. You will notice an increased payout.

First Place team Cody and Dusty also won Ranger Cup money.

Each contestant received a free shirt, free all you eat lasagna dinner. Plaques also for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd.

If you would like to fish Full Throttle email Mark at fishschutz@msn.com .

Thank you to all the guys who came out and fished! We are always inviting people to fish our events anytime anywhere. Next Full Throttle event is Balsam Lake WI, May 16th, 09. Thanks again.

Good Fishing and hope to see you on the water.

Full Throttle

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thanks it was a great tourny just wish we could have caught more fish. I was awondering if you you know of any cheap places to stay up at mille lacs for the next tournament.

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