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Shetek tournament... how did it go?

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What's the story on the Shetek tournament that was today? How did everybody do?

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only 8 boats weighed fish total of 14 fish

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Jeez that's terrible. I thought after BassPirate's report maybe things were picking up. Guess not. Do you know who won? How many boats were entered?

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hagen and mccormick I think 95 or 98

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Skinny, did you fish this tourney? I was going to but in all honesty, I blew it off and took the furnace out of my house instead. From the sounds of it not too many fish were boated.

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Quote:

hagen and mccormick I think 95 or 98


Well that's no surprise. If there's a fish to be caught Mark Hagen will proably one of the guys to do it. I know he was fishing a couple of weeks ago with Tony Roach out at Chamberlain in a tournament when we had that stormy weather. Never did hear how they did though. Hard to believe with the weather that nice that only 14 fish were caught out of close to a hundred boats. That's sloooow fishing.

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Thanks 123 fish for the kind words,

Just to get it correct.

I did not fish with Tony Roach in Chamberlain, I fished with a good friend.

I have reserved Tony for a couple of days on Milacs in August though.

Mark Hagen

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Congratulations on the tourney win Mark. Terry gave me some bad info on the Chamberlain deal I guess. Maybe I misunderstood him. I know he did mention that you would be on Mille Lacs with Roach this summer though. We'll be up there in mid-June for a little fishing and a little partying. We've got the partying part down it will be the fish catching part that we'll have to work on. smile.gif

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