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LETS is still looking for a few good teams....


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Hey all,
The Leading Edge Tournament Series (Official Tourney series of FishingMinnesota.com) Is still looking for a few teams to join either the State-Wide League or the Metro League.

The event dates and lakes are as follows-

State-Wide League-
RAINY LAKE- May 31-June1
LAKE BEMIDJI- June 21st-22nd
LAKE WINNIBIGOSHISH- July 26th-27th
WEST BATTLE LAKE- August 23rd-24th

Metro League-
MISSISSIPPI RIVER POOL 4- May 18th
PRIOR LAKE- June 15th
BIG MARINE- June 29th
WACONIA- July 20th
ST CROIX RIVER- August 10th
WHITE BEAR LAKE- Sept 7th

League dues are only $300 per team for the entire series.

For more information on each league check out-

State-Wide-
http://fishingminnesota.com/ubb/Forum40/HTML/000137.html

Metro-
http://fishingminnesota.com/ubb/Forum40/HTML/000140.html

Or contact-
Tom Herman (State-Wide President)
[email protected]

Dennis Steele (Metro President)
[email protected]

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Hey, How many teams are in it? how much room is left to get in. and what can u win?

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walleye_boy, there are 10 teams committed to the state wide league and I think 13 committed to the Metro league.

The links provided above contain all the details about lakes, and payouts. The payouts listed there are based on a 15 team roster(maximum) and would need to be adjusted if we had less than 15.

We would love to have you join, feel free to e-mail me or any of the others with questions any time. Or your welcome to call me to if you wish.

E-mail
[email protected]

[This message has been edited by Grabs (edited 05-01-2003).]

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