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FM Bass Event

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There is going to be a FM Bass Event held in the Annandale area some. We are still working on the details. Anyone who is interested can come that is a FM'er. We will set a date here by end of this next week. Limit to 15 boats. Have to pre-enter!! Any ideas about lakes would be awesome.

It will be a two person team event.

More details to comes.

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Bass and Spear, I'm in. Is this going to be indidivual, partners or what. Just an Idea. How about partner people up through the FM. Say two people to a boat, no prior knowledge of each other. First 20-30 to enter, Names get thrown in a hat and draw for partners. Make all arrangements afterwords. Good, bad, Just a thought.

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It is going to be team. Two people. I am working on the detailes right now, and working on dates and things like that. I will post it soon as i get everythign ready to roll. Find a partner, and email me bot your information.

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clearwater lake would be a good lake to have it on

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What does everyone think of September 16th. Sunday!!

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J, so what if i want to come and don't have a boat? just hook up with someone that does have a boat through Fm? I don't know anyone on FM except you. Let me know or call me.

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Your a FM member, so you can fish with with anyone that has a boat. Ither one of your friends, or someone from FM. One member of FM has to be in the boat.

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