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Results from Striefs Fishing Tournament

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Any news on who placed in Striefs Fishing Tournament this weekend?

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I'd love to see the top 15 weights if anyone has them? I know 18 something won it with a 8.9 lb pig...and 12.1 lbs was good enough for 12th. Names and weights would be great!

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I heard that Karnowski guy caught another pig this year and placed somewhere around 5th. He was the one that caught the big fish (12lbs) last year - must be nice.

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You must remember Karnowski's call name is "skunk" so it is good to here the kid is learning some techniques. grin.gif

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I am sure he didn't learn anything from you though viz!! GO team RED!!

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i dont know all the top 12 but lip ripper and his dad finished 10th with 12.4 and me and my partner scott finished 11th with 12.2. great tourney as always probably the funnest one to do all year.

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Listed in order of finish.

Micheal Peterson & Joe Secola

Rich Cwikla & Jim Cwikla

Alan Truscinski & Scott Truscinski

Ben Ullman & Chad Johnson

Jeremy Karnowski & Jeremy Smith

Tim Hunter & Dave Johnston

Ryan Severson & David Drown (DQ)

Lampert Brunkhorst & Justin Brunkhorst

Mike Lundbohm & Bryan Lundbohm

Peter Hapka & Van Hapka

Todd Prickett & Jerry Prickett

Travis Carlson & Scott Peterson

Don Hecht & Dale Keena

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Congrats to Todd and Travis on their strong placings.

Good going you 2.

fiskyknut

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