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how did you do? my info was off.i heard that most of the fish came from the south end.

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We are happy.. ended up tied for 7th place with 11.04 pounds. We wound up slip bobbering and were lucky enough to have our 6 fish by 11:30. We then went out and trolled for momma, but never got her. All in all, it was a great time! The Big Stone Walleye club put on one helluva tourney. It was also great to chat about the lake with you this spring! Hopefully next year I'll get a chance to meet you.

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I'll throw a second at the hellava job the club did putting the tourney on. For this being the first one, it sure was put together well.

Although I didn't do as well as Rost did, a good time was still had in my little boat. This was my first time in that area and I had a ball.

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