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Crappie Tourney near New Prague

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Crappie tournament

When: Saturday April 28

Where: South access Cedar Lake. Just off hwy 13, across from St. Patrick

Time: Fishing time is from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM

Registration: Must register by 9:00 AM day of tourney, or stop by Simon's Sportsman’s bar in New Prague, or call Simon’s @ 952-758-3322

Fee: $50.00 per boat, two anglers per boat.

Prizes: Based on 60 boats, prizes will be adjusted if less than 60 boats. 1st. place $500, 2nd $350, 3rd $250, 4th $150, 5th $75. 6th through 10th $50, largest fish $50.

This tournament is sponsored by the New Prague Sportsman’s club. Scoring is determined by total pounds of 15 fish, a complete set of rules will be available at the access. I am the secretary/treasure of the club and will be issuing checks to the winners after the tourney.

Special thanks to Rick & Fishing MN for letting me post this here!!

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Isn't this the same day as the Minnetonka contest?

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Yes. I would rather fish a smaller tournament then a zoo like the Tonka. If I didn't have a boat I would fish the Tonka tourny though.

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To the top. Due to a change in my schedule, I will not be there at the end to present checks, but someone will take care of that for me. Thanks and good luck to all!!

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