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reed1969

Tourney partner needed Big Bass Bonanza

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I am signed up for the BBB(see web site) and my partener has pulled out at the last minute! Is there anyone out there that would like to try this circut as my partner for the season? I have a boat.......no partner. If you are interested my email is pritchard@sherbtel.net and or my cell is 763-227-3536. It starts the next Sunday and lasts thru August 4 tournements. Thanks, Reed.

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What are you fishing out of and what's the cost? Is this a team circuit?

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This out of cold spring and most of the tournaments are in the alexandria or cold spring area. The boat draws are done for the whole year already, look under Reed Pritchard for the results of the draws. The cost is $280 for all of the turnaments, that includes the memebership fee as well. The pay outs are pretty good, check out the site.big bass bonanaza

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