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bassNspear

Anyone fish this? Just like to see what you think if it

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primetime49

bassnspear

can you post the tournaments and the regions for them here

it would be nice when members know of any events to try and get them on Fishing Minnesota

Maybe we could do like the words tackle ,jigs,lures and highlight them from thruout this whole web site

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bassNspear

what is it exactly that you want me to post?

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primetime49

I already use Classic Bass for information

Would just love it if that info was posted here also by them

Being we have a tournament section here ,would like too see it utilized so we can tell presons here and others that we have that info posted here.

thanks I am clicking off and looking at there site next

just looking and it says that right now we have 400 registered and 1005 anonymous and 31 invisable lookers at this moment.Probaly 70 looking at tournament section at this time.

Wouldnt you wnant your tournamnet listed here??????????????

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FishSchutz

Hello Folks,

Thanks for the interest.

Here is the 2008 Fishers of Men schedule for MN. Details / rules can be found at http://www.MNFOM.com . Everyone is welcome anytime.

April 19th- Mississippi River 4

May 17- Balsam Lake WI

June 21 - Green Lake Chisago

July 26- Prior Lake

August 2- Forest Lake

Payback is 1-5 boats that enter. Trophies, door prizes, free dinner.

Good Fishing

Mark Schutz

http://www.MNFOM.com

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james_walleye

Wow thats 2 tourneys on pool 4 on april 21.

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ikeslayer

That seems to happen every year. i went down there 2 years in a row and fished just for fun on that day and there are more bass rigs than you have ever seen. Also i felt guilty with every fish i caught because i felt like was taking someones money. It is indeed a zoo that day. ike

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EYESTALKER

I fished a couple FOM events two summers ago, in what was I believe the East Division. Well run events. They require you attend a pre-fishing event the Friday eve prior to the event, and tie some points into your attending that. But overall I had a good experience...!

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primetime49

Mark do you have the schedule for west area,I heard there is a tournament on Green Lake Spicer.

Thanks Steve

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Blind_Squirrel

Here is the schedule for the west division.

Mississippi River Pool 4 & 5 - Open Tournament May 10

Clearwater Chain - June 7

Green Lake Kandyiohi County - June 21

Lake Minnetonka - July 19

Lake Le Homme Dieu - Aug 2

Lake Waconia - Aug 16

Midwest Regional Championship - Sept 19 & 20

http://www.mnfomwest.com

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bassNspear

thanks for that information, im not sure if im going to fish this this year or not.

Blind, welcome to FM.

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