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George Wahl Results show importance of windows in a tough bite

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!. James Beheba, 43, 41.5 White Bear called in at 7:12 AM(on a Rumbler in shallow water)

Brad McClintock 52 Harriet (Depth Raider) 7:31 AM (partner got a big one last year too)

Bruce Sanders 50 Indy 3:53 PM (Jake? in shallow water?)

Dave Selle 49 Forest 8:34 AM (was fishing with Ryan McMahon, our September guest speaker)

Seneca Buyukli 47.5 Tonka 11:45 AM (knock off of DCG)

Mike Schumann 42 Indy 7:58

Rick Brown 40.5 White Bear 7:18 AM

Jimmy Kopischke 40.5 Tonka 11:47 AM

9. Colton Saugestad 40 Tonka 11:43 AM (Colton is a Junior and won Junior division)

10. Position unfilled

Note all Tonka fish were called in during a four minute window, just after the morning major. Note all other fish except Sanders were caught in low light, near Sunrise/Moonset (Saturday was full Moon)

Greg Ide

(sunbathing gals ruined my concentration)

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