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FishSchutz

Fall Open Tournaments - Rush, WaConia, Balsam

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Hello Folks,

We will be hosting 3 Fall Open team bass tournament events. No membership required. Anyone can fish these tournaments as long as you have a boat, aereator and kill switch, insurance. Here are the dates.

Saturday September 30th- Rush Lake MN- CJ's

Sunday Oct. 8th -Lake Waconia MN

Saturday Oct. 14- Balsam Lake WI, Paradise Resturaunt

$150 Team

Payback/payout 1 in 5 boats paid that fish. Bonus Bucks (side pot) $25, 100% payback on Bonus Bucks, Payback same as Fishers of Men tournaments see website for details, 1st and 2nd Big Bass pot included in entry. Trophies 1st,2nd,3rd team.

$25 dollar late fee if entry received after Tuesday of the events.

Off-Limits M-R week of tournaments.

No pre-tournament meeting.

For registrations/rules/information go to www.MNFOM.com

These tournaments should be a blast. There should be some big bags weighed in this time of the year.

Bring your family and friends for these fun events. Sign up soon.

Email Director-Mark Schutz at FishSchutz@msn.com if you have any questions about the event. Check website for details at www.MNFOM.com and registration.

Good Fishing

Mark Schutz

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Hello Folks,

Our first FOM Fall Open tournament is right around the corner.

Sept 30th Rush Lake

We look foward to seeing some of you there at this fun event.

Click on SIGN UP at www.MNFOM.com to register for this event in our Fall Open tournaments.

Good Fishing

Mark Schutz

Fishers of Men

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