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Team Supreme MN Division 2005 Schedule

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Team Supreme MN.

May 8 Okoboji IA./Emerson Bay Launch

June 12 Mille Lacs MN/ Macs Twin Bay Resort

July 23 Minnewaska MN/Take off Hobo Park/weigh-in Waters Edge Supper Club

July 24 LeHomeDieu Chain MN. North LeHomeDieu Launch/weigh-in Carlos State Park

Aug 27 Whitefish Chain MN/ Piney Ridge Lodge

Aug 28 Gull Lake MN/ Earnies on Gull

Team Supreme is a National Trail with 15 Divisions

We offer great pay outs,cash and merchandise drawings at every event,we offer a huge Championship for our anglers to qualify for.

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woody1975

Found it! Where do we register? How much is entry?

Thanks

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DaveC

I made a call today to Trails End Pro Bass shop in Fridly.Trails End Pro Bass shop will sponsor a $250.00 big bass prize for the Mille Lacs event to any team that weights-in the two largest smallmouths over 21".

Largemouth and smallmouth can be weighed-in as long as the smallmouths over 21'.

The 21' reg comes from the MN. D.N.R.

Team Supreme MN. would like to thank Trails End Pro Bass Shop for this extra big bass pot to our anglers at no extra cost to them.

Woody1975 I posted some info, on your orignal post.

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DaveC

Anglers take note of the night ban on MilleLacs.

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CLOUDYBOY

hey dave glad to see you made it back from mo. thanks for setting me straight on a few things down there. keep up the good work guys. thanks for the ride back to room.

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DaveC

Cloudyboy give me a call,I wasn't sure how you left the coversation,althought fishing was tough it was a great time,I always have time for input.

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