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SkeeterMark

C.A.S.T. Coed/Couples Team Tournaments

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Hi Guys and Gals,

C.A.S.T. is entering its 4th full season in 2007 and we ontinue to see more teams signing up, which is great.

C.A.S.T. is a coed circuit in Minnesota requiring teams to be comprised of one male and one female. That is the only stipulation, so you can be Father/Daughter, Husband/Wife, Grandma/Grandson, doesn't matter.

Our goal is to promote an enjoyable tournament environment where the female anglers will feel more welcome and more competitive. We've also made alot of new friends fishing these tournaments and we have a lot of fun.

We are expecting 20-30 teams per event this year and there is room in all tournaments for more.

Our 2007 tournaments will be:

June 23, Le Homme Dieu

July 13, Gull

July 14, Gull (these are two separate tournaments)

August 11 & 12, Bald Eagle / White Bear two day event

Sept. 22, TOC - Farm Island

Find out more info on our website. (see profile)

Hope to see some of you there !

Mark

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