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Frankies Big Team Tournament

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Hello Folks,

Frankies Marine is having a 2 day tournament September 7,8th, 2007. Everyone is invited to fish the tournament or attend. First place is a brand new Ranger Boat motor package valued at over $20,000. Payback is 100%. Big Bass paid.

BBQ, Streetdance, popcorn, beer stand. This is one neat event. To sign up go to www.MNFOM.com for more info and registration.

Hope to see ya there,

Good Fishing

Mark Schutz

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For those who are wondering i believe the event is on 2 lakes, n/s center 1 day, green the other. Correct me if im wrong.

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How many teams do you guys think will be fishing this??

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It will be huge. Thats why it's on two lakes. The field is split with half on one lake and half on the other each day. Most years one lake produces more big fish than the other. Teams that don't get to fish the hot lake until day 2 can be at a distinct disadvantage. All the big names in this area will be there.

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Doesn't seem fair.

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Hey Folks,

You can still get in to this tournament. There will be 50 teams competing when full. Pretty good odds at winning a Ranger Boat.

Teams switch lakes and each team gets a shot at each lake. Two day event. BBQ, streetdance, prizes. 100% payback.

Everyone invited.

Good Fishing

Mark Schutz

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