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ABA American Fishing Tour in Western Wisconsin

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American Bass Anglers

2007 Midwest Region

contact info:


Minnesota/Wisconsin West - Division 78

5/13/07 - Lake Menomin - Point Comfort Park

5/20/07 - Tainter Lake - Jake's Supper Club

6/10/07 - St. Croix River - Hudson Private Launch

6/17/07 - Deer Lake - NW Public Launch

7/08/07 - Bass lake - Public Access - North

Divisional Championship

7/21/07 - Half Moon lake - Public Launch

7/22/07 - Balsam Lake - Paradise Landing Restaurant

Format: Draw

- Boaters, bring your boat and you will use your boat at divisional events

- Non-Boaters, you will be placed in a draw and will be paired with a boater

Entry Fee: includes big bass

- $70 for Divisional Qualifying Event

- $140 for Divisional Championship

- $150 for Regional Championship

- No Entry Fee National Championship

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Registration for the ST. CROIX RIVER will be between 4:30am-5:30am and blast-off at 6am. Weigh-in at 2pm.

$25 Memberships Fee + $70 Entry Fee which includes $5 Big Bass.

Any questions please email or call 651-329-5820


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St. Croix River tournament approaching quick.

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