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robbo17

Ice Fishing League

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I know its early, But I want to try and put together sometype of icefishing league. No thoughts yet on anything. Would like to see what kind of interest I get and set up a meeting with interested people and plan it as a group.

If interested email at robinson@lakedalelink.net

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Robbo, I have thought of a fishing club in the Buffalo area.

Fishing the year round, Lakes within 50 miles of Buffalo. Maybe see if legion would be willing to host meetings.

Its a shot.

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I'd might be interested in the ice fishing leage. We'll see how the winter goes.

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Put me down also

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Hartner, Please send me a email at above address so I can keep you updated. I think we have about 8 or 10 interested.

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email sent

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I would be interested also. I sent an email already.

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Moneyback, just making sure you got my email. Didn't recognize email address, with your online name.

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I'm interested let me know the details!

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We will not be doing a league format--- Instead we are setting up maybe 8 individual tournaments. Cost will be $10 per person. 100% payout. Will fish lakes in Wright County. If interested email robinson@lakedalelink.net and I will keep you updated.

robbo

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I know that me and a buddy would be interested in this. Send me an e-mail with more information.

zimm0108@hotmail.com

---Zdaddy

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Rough Draft Schedule

week 1- Indian Lake

week 2- Lake Francis

week 3- Buffalo Lake

week 4- Sugar Lake

week 5- Cedar Lake

week 6- Clearwater Lake

week 7- Twin/Slyvia

week 8- Pelican (Panfish only)

Sundays Dates to be determined yet

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no pulaski?

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it depends on the days it happens. a week day or weekend. let us know what to plan for.

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Walleyeking- The lakes listed are the only ones that have been suggested, I did forget Pleasant. This is only a "rough draft" schedule. I don't want to set the schedule myself, I want everybodies input. So at the meeting on Dec 2 we will be voting on the 8 lakes or schedule as it is. We will go week by week vote to keep the lake, if the lake is voted down we will vote a replacement lake. I think pulaski would be good, I have never fished it but would like to, thats the reason for the club, introduce people to other lakes.

Knoppers the events will be on sundays--- Most will be 3pm-7pm 1 may be 6am - 10pm and another will be 24 hrs if I get enough interest and it looks like I will have enough interest to run that, hope this helps and it works out for you. But all this will be voted on at the meeting.

please send me a email to robinson@lakedalelink.net and I can get you all info.

Robbo

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thanks robo, I work nightshift, thats why I had to ask.

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Great idea... I may be interested as well. Can't forget about Maple or Granite!

matts@hharchery.com

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