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Danno35

Red Door Tourney

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Is anyone going up to fish the annual Red Door Tournament?

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I thought this was last weekend? confused.gif

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I'll be there. July 7th and 8th

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My wife and I are going to fish it. This will be are first tourney. Are game plan is to fish hard but have fun with it. Sound like it should be a pretty good time.

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I'll be there

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Will the final tourney results be Posted here??

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How many boats usually fish this?

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100 but only 69 are registered as of last evening.

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just wondering on where a guy can find out info on that tourney? Is it a small tourney, how much to enter per team ? Just thinking about it for next year

thanks!

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$300 per boat.

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