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Minnetonka classic

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Did anyone here who won the Minnetonka classic on saturday?

And what the weight was.

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I havent heard anything about this yet. I will do some looking into, ones i found out i will let you know!!

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I have not heard of anythign yet as well.

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John Bird & Steve Lee WON it again for the Third year in a roll. 26.86 was the winning weight... all weights are on classic bass .com

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How many anglers?

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It is a team tournament with 112 boats/224 anglers

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Did anyone fish this tournament?? I thought it was really here and there all practice. An awesome job to the champs! They have shown how experience on the water can have a huge influence on your finish! I got 20th confused.gif

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Tonka Bass--20th is a good finish in that big of a tournament. I will be fishing this tournament in the future i just dont know Tonka good enough yet!!

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tonkabass didnt know my slave was on this site

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We should of stayed in the same place. We were catching good fish, just that it was slow biting so we moved to a different area. We placed 27th.

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What where you catchin them on??

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