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Ray Esboldt

Anoka Tournament??

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Anyone heard anything about this? Or, did I overlook this in the mail?

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Ray, July 12th...

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Its not official yet.

I called Jeff Weaver yesterday. He said he has the permit, but has not decided for sure yet if its going to happen.

If it does happen, it will be on July 12th.

He told me to call him back in 2 weeks and check in again. If nothing else he said it would be a reminder for him to do something about it..... crazy.gif

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Thanks, guys. I'm sure it's a lot of work for Jeff with minimal gain, so I don't blame him for reconsidering. Nonetheless, I would be sad if it doesn't happen.

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anybody fishing the little dam on the northside of coon rapids..?

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