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Cody Lubeley

Perch Tournament

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is Hunters Point haveing a perch Tournament this weekend?

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Yeah Perch and Pout Contest on Saturday. $10/button.

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alright thanks ill be out there

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Might have to swing over for that I'll be up at wilderness warmth 15-17.

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Man I wish I be there for the perch and Pout. I am going to try to make the Perch Extraviganza on the 23rd!

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i think ill be able to make it to both

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same

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i wish i could be at the perch tournament this weekend. unfortunately i will be in cancun.

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hey atleast your gettin out of the cold for a while

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This is what I saw

Must be present for prizes (except VEGAS TRIP)

Looks like there drawing or giving away some way or another for a free trip,

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What are the big door prizes for the perch and pout?

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