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Matt Johnson

UPL North Division

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Matt Johnson

We have started a UPL North Division and the info is now up on the following website link... www.ultimatepanfishleague.com/North

Jim Uran will be the contact and director for this league. You can go to the above link to see more info about registering and you can use the contact info there to get any questions answered.

I'm also sure Jim will be chiming in soon for more info as well.

Ice will be here soon!! smile

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Lawrence Luoma

Wow, all Saturday events? Look like some good lakes to be fished.

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Jim Panfish Uran

It's time to start spreading the message grin

I can't wait to get this North Division going and look forward to see it expand even further in upcoming years.

As Matt stated, I will be the contact person and I can be reached via email at [email protected]

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Chad Peterson

This is going to be fun Jim. I will help you in anyway I can.

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Tony Mariotti

I'm in too! Let me know if you have fliers made up, or if you want to make some up. I travel a lot and would be happy to pass the word along! Some VERY interesting lakes!

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Chad Peterson

Tony,

That would be nice to get. Can we get some so we can start putting them up in our areas?

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birz

Jim,

I fish in the Metro UPL and would be interested in fishing a select few of the UPL North tournaments as time permits. If you do not get a full roster will you be allowing fill in teams to round out the various events?

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Jim Panfish Uran

I'm sure that will be a possibility.. I need to call Matt and get some more of these rules ironed out!

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Im Fishing the W.I.F.L this winter but next year im going to fish the UPL for sure!!! Finally have a partner to fish it with me next season!!

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