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Madison Lake Sheephead Tourney

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July 28 7:00am-10:30am

North Shore Park starting point

Boat check 6:00am

Contact Reel Sports and Tackle for more info.

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is there a cost for this?

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I think it's $5, No payout,just trophies and braggin rights.

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Not a big fan of tourneys, but this one I like. I hope it is a kill tourney. cool.gif

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Non release I believe. Most combined lbs. and biggest fish.

A youth division also.

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Tourney was held today (Sat.). Believe it or not, many people got skunked. More walleyes and large crappies were caught than Sheephead. Largest fish was 1.2 lbs. Winning weight was only 7.2 lbs.

But it was fun for all.

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3 Dozen nitecrawlers

35 sunnies

6 crappies

3 bass

2 walleye

3 sheephead

The big sunnies are going nuts!

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