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Buffalo Hospital Tournament

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How many people are thinking of entering this tournament? It's Saturday, 22 September, 2007.

Entries must be in by 31 August 2007. $100.00 for 2 person team.

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What's if for and do you know where and when?

I haven't heard of it before.

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I will be signing up for the tourny... if anyone needs information please let me know.

ryanpa@stma.k12.mn.us

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what is the tournament on. Bass or walleys???

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Its Bass, Walleye, and Northern... prizes paid for each species. One more clarification, YOU CAN ENTER UP UNTIL THE DAY OF THE TOURNY, the deadline was moved until then.

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What lake will it be on?

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Buffalo lake is tourney location. Funds raised used to up-grade 75 Automated External Defibrillators (AED's) in Wright county squad cars. Prizes for each Category.

1st Prize $200.00 cash + trophies

2nd Prize $100.00 cash + trophies

3rd Prize $50.00 cash + trophies

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I am going to join this tourney. They are taking entries past the 8/31/07 deadline.

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That they are.

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How did this tournament do?

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I heard the biggest walleye was about 6 pounds. is that true?

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The biggest fish was a 6 1/2 walleye, followed by 2 walleyes weighing 4lb plus.

No pike weighed in.

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WOW, nice fish form buffalo. So there still are some biggun left in there.

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I had my wife fishing with me. Thought bass was the way to go, Even tried trolling for pike.

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