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MoparMan01

2008 Bassmaster northstar

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Hey Im a non-boater looking to find a boater to link up with for all of the tourneys next year. Regestration starts in November. E-mail me linkster01@yahoo.com

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is the schedule even out yet??

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Yes the schedule is out, not alot has changed with it.

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why don't they have one or two california divisions confused.gifcool.gif

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Good Question?? This pasted year they had two BASS Elite Series stops out in California and had some record setting weights at both of them, but they aren’t going back there this year. So maybe its something with the DNR out there?! confused.gif

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not to mention the AOY is a west coaster. as well as ish, roumbanis, and others confused.gif

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Yea. FLW has a series out there still right?

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i'm not 100%, but i thought i checked that and got nothing. at least the bfl weekend tourneys were a no go. you got me curious, now i gotta look again smirk.gif

the flw strens series has 4 cali tournies this next year! i'll have to see if the wife will let me fish the delta one cool.gif

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There is also two FLW Series Western Events out your way. One is at the California Delta (3/12-3/15) and the other is at Lake Shasta (10/8 -10/11). You could fish with some big time pro in these events smile.gif

MoparMan01, check back with me after the first of the year. I want to fish the northstars but i wont know forsure tell after the first of the year.

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