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MuskyBug85

Metro bass leagues

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Hey guys I will be moving to the Metro following graduation from Gustavus this spring and need to find a League for the summer, I fished in the Park Rapids Bass Club last summer and it was a two man tuesday night format. I am interested in joining a week night league if possible. So if you are in one or know about one please let me know, thanks Jonah.

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Go to classicbass.com and check out the 2008 Tournament Schedule page. Go all the way to the bottom, after the calendar is where the league information is posted.

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Bassrap is correct. Check out classic bass. There the place that holds all the information for everyone in the state.

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