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Little Crow Anglers Green Lake Walleye Tournament

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29th Annual Little Crow Anglers Green Lake Walleye Tournament May 31 & June 1

Green Lake, Spicer, Mn.

Team entry fee $300 per 2 person team. Friday night banquet included in entry fee. 50 boat limit. $3000 1st place (Guaranteed) Pay back to 11th place based on 50 boats.

Contact info

Kurt Novotny

knent@willmarnet.com

320-235-1109

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May 31st and June 1ST,right Kurt

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Oops! I'll need to chk other site were posted. Prime are you up & around now. Hope recoup is going well

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Kurt

just started walking a few steps with aid of walker

living at courage center in Golden Valley for next 2 months and than one more surgery in February and should be limping around for fishing season

am building a new 21 foot boat with more floor space than anyone has ever incorperated into a boat before and plan on wearing life jacket so i dont also almost drown or anything else gets me

doctor agrees that lots of time fishing should be good therapy so thats what I have on agenda for 2008

see you at March meeting,I will be the skinny guy [if you can imagine that]lost 60 pounds now

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Kurt

is there still time to get sponsor add in rules and registration brochure

we want to put tackle and line buisness card in if possible for our internet store

call me 320-220-1883

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