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B.M. Weekend Series event on the 30th

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Just curious who from FM will be trying out there Skills next weekend for the Bass Masters Weekend series in Hager City. I am attending!!!! I can't wait. I live a ways away from Hager City, so I will be staying in Redwing the night before.

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Good luck on the river!! Remember "trim up and hammer down" sure will be intresting crossing lake pepin if the wind starts to blow. Any word on a boat count yet?

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Haha Thanks. do you think there will be white caps on lake pepin.... lol. I have not seen or heard of a boat count anywhere yet.

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i would be but i have a club tournament that day i would start on the wis side back waters. are a boater or non boater

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Thats great HellaBass! I wish you the best!! I will be fishing from the back of somebodys boat. So a little nervous, but excited!!

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I am signed up for this and when I called to link with someone.

I ask how many boat are there, she told me as of now this was last week , they told me they had 55 boats signed up.

I am a co angler.

Fished with Hellabass on the river a while back, it was a great time!

Good luck to all

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