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bass tournments, areas?

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I will probably be moving to WI in the next few years, where is the best area in the state for bass tournaments. Thinking about millwakie area. I love bass fishing

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Andy, I'm not familiar with bass tournament fishing. Are you involved with tournaments now or thinking about getting involved? I would think that a search on the web might produce some results. Any tournament guys out there that can help out?

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Andy-
Last year a friend and I experienced a new and exciting adventure for the first time-tournament fishing. We joind the Fishers of Men National Tournament Trail. F.O.M. consists of 40 different divisions that include 22 states and it's the fastest growing bass trail in the U.S.. If you really want to get into tournament fishing I strongly recommend checking into this, you will really enjoy it! Use a search engine to get the home page (not sure what it is off hand) and contact Jeff Bosshardt he the Wisconsin director. Hope to see ya this summer!

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