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PerchJrkr

Reno?

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Whats goin on out on reno? i drove by yesterday on my way home from work and it looked like a tournament was goin on out there, there musta been 150 people out on the east end.

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there was a tournament. sno-daze fishing event from the Alexandria Technical College. haven't heard any results.

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My cousin Travis won with a 5 lb northern. Or at least that is the story we were told! I'd be happy to hear otherwise in order to deflate any possible fishing tales... wink.gif

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I am heading up to alex this weekend and taking both of my brother-in-laws with. Have a cabin on Reno and was wondering if there are a lot of people out there or if I should take them to another lake. From southern MN so don't make it up to often. Any info would be great. grin.giflaugh.gif

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