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THURSDAY NIGHT BASS TOURNAMENTS (South Metro Lakes)

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Where south metro Lakes including Marion, Orchard, Crystal, Spring, Fish, Carl's, and Cedar Lakes. First one is Thursday May 31st and every Thursday after that until October.

Start Time: 5:00pm til dark

10 Bass limit per Boat

$20 per guy $40 per boat

Payouts 1st, 2nd, and big bass

Optional $5 for big bag of the Year

No entry forms just show up and fish and have fun, it is always alot fun. I will add the schedule soon. If anybody has any ques. feel free to let me know.

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Where south metro Lakes including Marion, Orchard, Crystal, Spring, Fish, Carl's, and Cedar Lakes. First one is Thursday May 31st and every Thursday after that until October.

Start Time: 5:00pm til dark

10 Bass limit per Boat

$20 per guy $40 per boat

Payouts 1st, 2nd, and big bass

Optional $5 for big bag of the Year

No entry forms just show up and fish and have fun, it is always alot fun. I will add the schedule soon. If anybody has any ques. feel free to let me know.


10 bass? That is too much! What if a lot of the bass dont survive? Besides, what if some people fish solo, how can the solo person possibly keep 10 bass for the weigh in?

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10 bass? That is too much! What if a lot of the bass don't survive?


I agree, how many died down in Lacrosse last year? And what was done about it?

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We have being doing 10 bass for 5 years now and we have not had but only 6 fish die in five years. One of the big reasons that they don't die is because it is in the evenings and it is only for 4 hours. We have had guys fish solo and win you can still keep 6.

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