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primetime49

Low cost tournament event family,coworker July 14

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primetime49    0
primetime49

Did I mention 50 BASS teams or 50 Walleye teams leaving opposite sides of 4100 acre lake same day

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basssmasher*    0
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prime. i'd love 2 fish in this and donate anything i won back to a gr8 cause.. can u hook me up with a partner cuz i have no boat!! keep an eye out 4 me please!! thanx!!!

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Shad rap    0
Shad rap

What does it cost to sign up and where do we sign up? It sounds like a fun tournament.

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primetime49    0
primetime49

Only $25.00 per person two to a boat,and $25.00 big fish per team

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sparcebag

Bmasher: What specie in this tourney would you want to fish for? How well do you know Green? Think you can catch fish to come close to a prize slot?Or if I enter with you will it be the blind leading the blind,Or Dumb & Dumber! dewspice2 At yahoo. I have to check the date to be sure.

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sparcebag

Prime: Is a weigh in live releasable? It's hard not having a live well! I'd normally release large fish,I do keep eaters,But this would mean most likely dead fish for me.

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space.. I have fished green a couple of times.. I can fish either species but if u wanna fish eyes I have GOOD sources who can pinpoint us in his boat prior.. providing hes not pre-fishing for the FLW tour somewhere.. hes a local guy also so he knows the lake like the back of his hand grin.gif

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sparcebag

Masher; I left a Email address last post to you,If ya read my post to prime, I dont have a live well,just 16ft alumacraft/15hp/elec troll,But I've been eyeing a aereator in cabelas catalog,mabey its time I get it and use a large cooler.I've got a bubbles deal for minnows and its junk. I'd like to try it on green Bass, Walleye I dont care,I fish for anything,but green is completly forign to me 6mi.away and just drive by.Notice my monicker SPARCE BAG NO FISH. Ha Ha HEE HEE! I just returned The ole girl said I'm free that day!If ya want to team up I'm ready,I'll probably be to Brads 71 this week anyway I'll get the entry form contact me if your wantin to fish it.

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fish-4-fun    0
fish-4-fun

Sounds like fun maybe I can talk my dad into fishing it with me. I will work on him.

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fish-4-fun

I talked my dad into it. Is it possible to get an entry form mailed in? Or can we sign up online?

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sparcebag    1
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Prime I think I got all info I need except,What is start & finish times?

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Starting at about 5:30 we will have free breakfast for fishing teams.We will start checking in boats that early.Take off is between 6:45 and as late as 7:30 depending which flight you get drawn for.Random computer draw.Teams pre registered can still be carefully checked and screened and get free breafast until 9:00.We know already some of you are traveling over 200 miles for the day.Breakfast and indoor seating is open until 11:00 that morning.Beach is available at both take off spots with lifeguards.We have parking on both sides resrved.

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new to American Cancer Society Mid Summer State Championship.Three more sponsors have made it so three more prizes can be obtained now giving the availability of another $500.00 for top finishing
each species.$500.00 for splitting the bass side ,so now their is a prize of $500.00 for largest small mouth and $500.00 for largest largemouth.I am very happy to note that we are raisng an equal amount if not more for the American Cancer Society.The odds of wiining in this tournament are now 1 in 7+1/2.Hope you can get in.


I'm a bit confused does this mean you have to be a cancer survivor to qualify for prizes?

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basssmasher*    0
basssmasher*

I'm still lookin 4 a boater to team with confused.gif

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J'sBait&Sport    0
J'sBait&Sport

TIM, JUST GET ONE OFF THEM CARD BOARD BOXES WITH STYROFOAM ON THE SIDE...... grin.gif

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basssmasher*

J you are such a goof!! tongue.gif And I wonder why I buy stuff from youand take the abuse!! Oh yeah, cuz you got a great shop over there!! Would you be interested in sponsering my bass club?? free advertising for you on the radio and in the newspapers in southern mn grin.gif.. think about it and lemme know here I can give ya more details later if ya like.. I'd appreciate it alot!

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J'sBait&Sport    0
J'sBait&Sport

I may be interested, call me and tell me more.

Later,

J.

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DH525    0
DH525

Settle down Timmy-T I know a guy with a boat wink.gif(wink wink) but, he has very little knowledge of the lake and has to check his calender. confused.gif

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Daniel-san itz ok with the knowledge I have that part covered cool.gif.. Jusr check ur calender and tell me what we are after. bass or eyes?

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primetime49

eyewarrior you do not have to be a survivor to fish.This is an extra for team with a cancer survivor on it, $500.00 for survivor walleye,and extra $500.00 survivor bass.Other prizes are WALLEYE 1st thru 4th $500. each team $500.00 heaviest walleye.///////////////BASS $500.00 1st thru 4th each team $500.00 heaviest smallmouth,another $500.. heaviest large mouth.Anuone can fish this tournament .Children under 18 wust have a signed consent form,under 16 to 12 must fish with parent or guardian that signs their consent form.

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fish_hunt    0
fish_hunt

How do we reg. we have a cabin on the lake and would like to get in on this

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primetime49

fish-hunt We can send you some info including entry form rules etc.Send a stamped self addressed envelope to Fishing For A Cure PO BOX 11 SPICERMN>56288-0011 and we will send you that information.Good Luck welcome to Fishing Mn

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mrbigdawg

I would like to fish this and I have read the rules I don't get the hole 50 yards between boats that's a 100 yards all around the boat and how flexable is the 40mph?

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primetime49

mrbigdawg,unless you gett to aspot first you will stay away from any boat by 50 yards unless verbally invited in. That is only 50 yards around,their will be no flexabiltiy to 40 mph speed limit. with 100 extra boats onlake we tolerate no exeptions. lake Minnetonka with 10 times this space tolerates o tolerance and we are sure none will be expected here.We have to keep locals happy.We now have more Walleye teams than bass entered.

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zrt    0
zrt

just wondering how many teams have signed up already?

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