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Does anyone have the information for the Fishing Tournament that takes place every Fall at Lake Sarah? Thanks

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Eric Wettschreck

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Sep 21. Call 507-360-3973 to get signed up. This one fills up fast so iffin you're going to fish this, get registered.

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PerchPounder

Saturday, September 21st

Lake Sarah

7:30 am-2:00 pm

Entry Fee $50 per boat

Two fishermen per boat

West County Landing-Check in starts at 6:00 am

1st $700 2nd $400 3rd $300

4th $200 5th $125 6th $75

7th-10th $50

Payout based on 50 paid entries

80% payback

* Limited to first 50 PAID entries.

* Weigh best 6 fish (1 over 20 inches.)

* Minimum size limit 15 inches.

* All MN fishing regulations apply.

* If tournament is not filled you may sign up the morning of.

- Send team member names and registration fee by September 17th

To. SW Mn Fishing Club, PO BOX 4, Worthington Mn 56187

-Any questions call Larry at 507-360-3973

* Money must accompany registration to guarantee spot. No spots held without entry fee.

* Flights determined by order of paid entry fees.

* Weigh-ins will be at 2:00 pm at the West County Park.

* Prizes awarded at weigh-ins.

OPTIONAL BIG FISH POT, $10.00 PER BOAT

Rain or Shine/No Refunds

Sponsored by

The Southwest Minnesota Fishing Club

This tournament fills every year. Entries will be accepted on a first paid,first in basis.

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PerchPounder

As of the meeting tuesday night we still had a few spots open

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RayG

How did they do? Which techniques worked best etc.?

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Purpledescent

Only 15 fish weighed in 50 boats. Some on Raps, some on Twisters. All in all, pretty slow I thought.

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