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jeepguy

Beebe Lake Contest this saturday

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Is anyone here going to the contest. I missed it last year, but I saw afterwards where it was held. It was right off the launch, does anyone know where they may set it up this year.

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I went out to beebe last week and I stopped in a gas station to get a tin.. The lady working said they already had it? Not sure if this is reliable information, just passing on the word I heard

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Not sure what she is smoking, the flyer in town and the website both show the contest date of Feb 2nd

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you're correct jeepguy. i looked it up and it's the 2nd. she must be smokin some good stuff!! haha

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Do you know what part of the lake it'll be on for sure? I have our house on the SE end of the island out a ways. I am wondering if I'll have any trouble getting out there on Saturday.

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It's usally straight out from the acsess.

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How busy is the access during the contest? Is there a problem getting on/off? I could use the farmers pay access if need be.

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you shouldn't have a problem using the access during the tourny because most participants drive on to the lake. If you head east out of the access you should be fine.

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my dad just won 4 tickets so i guess i'll be fishing there on saturday. i have no idea how to fish that lake or what kind of structure there is.

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any one go out there today

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i was out there. a total of 4 fish were weighed in. biggest was a .23 lbs sunfish. i caught nothing but my friend caught a perch. it was a disapointing day all together.

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Was that you guys hooting and hollering in the nw corner when someone caught a perch? I was marking fish but no takers \:\( my father inlaw missed one that took his minnow down. Maybe next year

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it wasn't us but the guys next to us were yelling pretty loud.

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4 sunnies weighed in total? Weak performance.. It was on the east side of the island wasn't it? I didn't bother comin out when I heard first prize was only $100

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$100 for a .23 lbs sunfish isn't too bad if you ask me.

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thats better then summer leagues.

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