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LITTLE CROW ANGLERS 28TH ANNUAL WALLEYE GREEN LAKE

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JUNE 2 AND 3 2007

$300.00 ENTRY

$3000.00 FIRST PLACE GUARENTEED

PAYBACK 11 PLACES BASED ON 50 BOATS

INFO AND ENTRY FORM

knent@willmarnet.com

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Sent in my entry a couple weeks ago. This tournament is very well run and always a lot of fun. Its my 6th year fishing it, and I plan on fishing it for many more.

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I just sent in for my 1st year... From what I hear it is a great tournament. How many entries do you have so far?

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I honestly think that some newbys will take this lake and turn it upside down.

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tO THE top TTT

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how many entries do they allow? are the fish released? is there a little crow secret hand shake grin.gif?

sounds fun.hope the weather holds.

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MrD.50 teams

fish released

members dont use any codes or handshakes,they are all to busy,they do a great job of running this,28 years.

they put funds back into KIDS training,light bills at landings,scholarships,and help with funding of fishing projects,dock repair,landing rebuilds and many other things.

If there is 1/2 dozen guys in the water near a dock working on drive in ramps on Saturday when everyone else is fishing thats probaly them.

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