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MWT Schedule

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2007 MWT Schedule

Qualifiers

May 20 Lac qui Parle @ Montevideo

June 10 Le Homme Dieu Chain @ Alexandria

July 8 Whitefish Chain @ Pine River

August 12 Mississippi River (Pool 4) @ Red Wing

Championship

Sept 8 & 9 Cass Lake

$250 entry per event

80% payback to the top 20% of teams

75 teams per Qualifier w/ top 30 to Championship

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Any info on cabelas ntc yet? how many teams? who's going?

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As far as I know, we have not heard anything from Cabelas. and that's par for the course.

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The Cabela's NTC will be held on Green Bay, June 8th & 9th.

The MWT will be sending our 2006 Champions - John Artz & Donovan Reynolds, 2006 Team of the Year - Dave Fernholz & Joe Bungarden, 2006 Wildcard team - Bryan Winterfeldt & Darrin Herd

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