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Just wondering where everyone is thinkin there going to go this weekend?

I think were just going to stay around home and hit st.james and maybe long.

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Round Lake tournament then to IGL to find some pannies and see if I can make them bite!!!!! I also have Monday off to fish as well!!!!

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Fish Lake, SD on saturday then sunday either big stone or one of my hot spots for tip up pike.

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Shetek north side with Reelemin. C'mon out.

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Can anyone give me details regarding the Round Lake Tourney such as start time, entry fee, prizes, etc?

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There are some details in the Sarah or Shetek thread. I think it is a 12:00 start and $10 entry but im not too sure about prizes.

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Round lake tournament, registration starts at 10am. fishing starts at noon and goes to 3pm. Many prizes, and raffle!!!! Bring the whole clan out!!!

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