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Mississippi River Tournament Help

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I ran into someone who told me "there's a fishing tournament on the river this coming weekend (1st weekend in august). Covers from the Sartell Dam to the Blanchard Dam. Does anyone have more specific information about this tournament. Specific date/time/who can or cannot fish/cost? I may be interrested.

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I heard about a tournament as well coming up. I am equally as interested.
Help!!!!

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The tourney is Aug 3rd....Contact Pam at Rivers Edge...I'm at the library and dont have the # with me.
Entry fee is $125.00 per boat. They had 60 boats entered and 3 pending as of this morning.
This is great group and it's run very well, lots of fun for all....
If you can't find the info you need, call me on my cell 314 378 2685 and I'll give to you.

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Hi everyone, my friend and I are fishing in the tournament on Sunday. Hopefully we can get some good weather and a few fish to bite. I am in a blue lund hope to see you all there. Is Anyone else participating in this event?

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The Tourney has a full field of 65 boats. I'll be there in a green center console LoPro. Would be great to meet any fellow FM's.

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