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White-tips

How about the results from the Streiff's tourny. Anyone??

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yellowsubmarine

I fished the tourny and didn't have any luck myself. The conditions were pretty bad. Unfortunately I missed the weigh in so I'm not full of info but I do know the big fish was 10 lb 9 oz and the winning combined weight was 18lbs and change.

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Reefer

Hey there White-tips<P>I did not fish the tourney, but I heard the same as Y-sub said with the winner coming off of 12 mile. Some nasty-nasty weather on sat. afternoon probably put a hitch in a lot of peoples plans. I fished 16 mi. with fair luck until a renegade funnel cloud slash t-storm interrupted us! What a ride. Craziest weather I've been in in a while on the boat. We went back out there on Sunday again and did pretty well, it made up for sat's ride anyhooz. If you get up to the lake and want to ever go for a fish, give a hollar and we can figure it out. We've got a place up there so lodging and the boat is not a problem, just bring some buschies and your poles. Later..

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yellowsubmarine

That was some weather eh Reefer. We sure took a beating on our way in from Stony. We took off when we started getting shocked by our rods. That was the first mention I heard of a funnel cloud though. I could see where it could happen. I even remarked to my partner about it on the way in. We hit a couple pockets of really hot air on the ride back and then it would cool back down within a couple hundred feet. It was weird.<P>I also heard 12 mile was good to some folks but I was under the impression that the majority of the top placing teams were out on the rocks by Knight and Bridges. Can anybody else shed some light on this? I sure wish I wouldn't have missed the weigh in. Don't get me wrong Reefer, it's not that I don't believe you, just something I heard.

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walleyejon

My partner and I finished with just over 6 lbs (two fish). We caught about a dozen fish just below the 14" slot, and also put back a 20 1/2". Started at the South Tip where the fish were tough to figure out. Picked up a couple shallow, and a few deep. Headed over to Five Mile when the clouds started building, the only fish there were the 20 1/2", and a 23" that we kept. We started feeling the electricity in our rods (not a good feeling), so we headed in. The waves were bad all day, until that first storm passed. We had an hour left so we hung out at the blinker, but we actually had to troll (one bite). At the weigh-in, the fishing reports were non-consistant at best. People caught (or didn't catch) fish on the reefs, deep water flats, and shallow weed edges. Leeches did seem to be the most productive bait in all locations. This was my first time in this tournament, and I have to say, it is an even a playing field as you can find. <P>------------------<BR>Fish on gotta go--JON

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