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Dates for 2003 events

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Grabs,
we need to sit down and figure things out..you Paul and I, since we are the league officers. We should not put the dates up for debate, its just asking for problems.

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OK are we planning on having a meeting this winter to determine this? I know Rick wants a date for Rainey, very soon. Will we have one for him by Oct 12th?

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Any chance we could get as many of the league members as possible together for a meeting to discuss dates? We can call it a league meeting, meet at say a boat launch, make some quick desicions and then hit a local lake for some action until dark....

.02 cents from the Capt'n...

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As always, I will be hosting a league winter party/meeting sometime in January.
We usually iron out all loose ends there.

As far as Rainey, I'll get Rick a date on that one before the 12th.

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Well, taking us teachers into consideration, Lets schedule Rainey for August 23-24. 2 weeks difference at that time of year will not make that much difference.

Would anyone object to having the first event on the date of the Bass opener? We could hold it on Winni, big water- lots of Boats won't be that big of a dilemma and even though that is Memorial day weekend, there is so much lodging and camping in the area that if we planned now, it shouldn't be that big of a deal.
This way, we could have events in May, June, July and August- that way we'd be done before Labor Day, School, and myself and Toad's anniversaries!!...lol
Anyways,
I'll post the winter party date soon so everyone can plan, and lets go with August 23-24 for Rainey.

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Tom,

The time frames sound good. Looking forward to the winter meeting. Let's make sure that we pick a date well enough in advance and post it. That way as many as possible can make it.

Paul

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I now would like to suggest that we use the same dates we did this year for next seasons events. What we can debate over is what lake at what time of the year. I am also going to assume that W.Battle is now in, instead of Big Stone for certain?


May 31st - June 1st - Winnie
July 12th, 13th - Bemidji
August 9th, 10th - W. Battle
Sept 6th, 7th - Rainey Lake

So are everyone's opinions on this?


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