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Sounds cool maybe we'll head out and try it this year.

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That sounds good. It should be a fun tourney for all ages. You keep every fish you catch except muskies and northerns and they all add up in points. Should be a fun time at check-in.

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Just wanted to let everyone know that we have 21 teams signed up already.

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Getting close to the Tourney, make sure to get your apps in soon.

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The link on the foxmasters site does not work for getting a registration form.Comes up page cannot be displayed.

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Shoot me an e-mail at nathan @ amborn.com and I will e-mail you a form right away. Not sure why the link is not working for you. There are also forms at the Hall Lake Cabin Bait Shop.

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We are up to 33 Teams. Keep them coming!!!!

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Up to 38, Only have 2 more weeks to get signed up.

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43 signed up, The tournament is Saturday.

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48 signed up.

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