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Jonesin4eyes

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Have we identified any boundries for the next event - Like between the Hudson and Prescott bridges? Thinking about prefishing and want to make sure that I concentrate my effort on the correct stretch of the river.

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10) Any water that can be accessed by boat without having to pull, push or drag the boat will be deemed tournament water. The use of a push-pole, oar or paddle will be allowed.

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The boundries will be from the confluence to the tressle bridge above Stillwater.You may not fish any waters that are solely Wisconsin waters.(any water you would need a wisconsin license is not with in the boundries)
Thats just under 30 miles of river to explore!

Any one is welcome to come and join us,(we would love to meet you) but the payouts and scoring will only be for LETS league members.

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Sounds like we will have plenty of water to choose from on this one...

[This message has been edited by fishnAddict (edited 07-23-2003).]

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Down to the Prescott split, pool 3 out of bounds, is that correct?

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Are we launching from the Park or in Bayport? The park launch requires a $5 park pass to use and there are several docks so we may be able to do the weight in's there - it's in a cove off the main river that is ususally pretty calm. There are 50 parking spots and the gate to the park has a timer that opens at 6:00, so if we get there early parking shouldn't be an issue.

[This message has been edited by Jonesin4eyes (edited 07-23-2003).]

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Keep me in mind if anyone needs a partner for this event or your last one on WBL.

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Any one else camping at the park next weekend? Sam and I will be spending saturday night in the park.

Aquaman and I prefished yesterday with little success.I found a few likely spots for cats but they were not biting and only picked up one very small one.We did get a sauger and some smallies.I think this could turn into another bass tourney! smile.gif

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