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Rush Lake Wednesday Night Bass League!

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CorynTracySellHomes

Hell Everyone!

Open invitation to all of you to fish our Wednesday night bass league! It is every Wednesday night from 6-9pm. We take off from CJ's On WEst Rush Lake. It is $20.00 per boat for entry fee. You are allowed to weigh a 5 bass limit with a minimum of 12". You can fish one event or all of them! If you have any questions please let me know!

Cory Frantzick

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Results from Last Wednesday June 4th!

Father/Son team of Dean and Tracy Shinler took first with a nice 5 fish bag of 15.3Lbs!

Second went to Mark Busch and Cory Frantzick with 11.8Lbs.

Here are the rankings so far this year!

Dean Shinler 8pts
Tracy Shinler 8pts
Mark Busch 6pts
Chris Lindstrom 6pts
Mike Shively 6pts
Korey Sybrant 3pts
Chuck Bergman 3pts
Cory Frantzick 3pts
Nick Feela 1pt
Richard Marohn 1pt

There is still LOTS of time to get involved! Come on out it is ALOT of fun!

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[This message has been edited by CorynTracySellHomes (edited 06-10-2003).]

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Paul Waldowski

Count me in for this coming Wed. Do I need a partner?

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CorynTracySellHomes

hey Paul!

This week you will need a partner! Dean has something going on so Tracey and I are going to be fishing it! Are you going to be there???

Cory Frantzick

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Paul Waldowski

Cory,

I found a partner and will be there

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CorynTracySellHomes

Here is the standings after Last Nights Weigh in! (June 11, 2003)

Winning weight was 11lbs 13 ozs brought in by Chris Lindstrom and Mike Shively!

Here is the point totals so far!

Chris Lindstom 13 pts
Mike Shively 13 Pts
Tracey Shinler 13 Pts
Mark Busch 10 Pts
Cory Frantzick 8 Pts
Dean Shinler 8 Pts
Paula Busch 7 Pts
Marshall Adams 6 Pts
Julie Adams 6 Pts
Korey Sybrant 5 Pts
Chuck Bergman 5 Pts
Josh Chilson 3 Pts
Kevin McCall 3 Pts
Paul Waldowski 1 Pt
Kevin Dyck 1 Pt
Nick Feela 1 Pt
Richard Marohn 1 Pt

There is still Lots of time to show up!!! It really is a fun event!

Cory Frantzick


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[This message has been edited by CorynTracySellHomes (edited 06-13-2003).]

[This message has been edited by CorynTracySellHomes (edited 06-16-2003).]

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Sheephead Slayer

Make it a sheephead tourney, and all your money will be mine!

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CorynTracySellHomes

Hey Kevin!

I think you guys set a record! I have never heard of anyone catching sheepshead while Bass fishing!!!!

Cory Frantzick

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Guest

I am going to EW Rush this comming weekend for the first time. Going after largemouth. Any hints or tips?

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DAD-N-EYE

Yah I have heard of catching sheephead while fishing walleyes ,but fishing for bass never heard of it before untill now. I guess catching a dogfish is more exotic than a sheephead though ,because you hear of more people catching sheephead than dogfish.

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DAD-N-EYE

Just went over there last night and caught one but thats it. You could try the little humps that come up to about 5 ft. or so. Just use a pig & jig and jig it slow and you should get into some.
GOOD LUCK

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mabr

cory are you going to fish if its raining tomm ? the tourney that is ? hope we have a few more boats so i can make up some more points .this is the other ranger man fished for the first time last week ..we had alot of fun and looking forward doing it again

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CorynTracySellHomes

Hey Marshall!


Yes we will be going if it rains.......But...It looks pretty darn nice out there now!! Hope to see ya tonight! I am hoping there are a few more boats!

Cory Frantzick

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DAD-N-EYE

yah it is pretty exotic to catch a dogfish.
I caught a 9 pounder on rush in the first week of the wednesday night bass league

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Results from last nights tournament! (June 18th 2003)

Winners husband and wife team of Marshall and Julie Adams! They weighed in 5 bass for a total wieght of 12lbs 13 ozs.

They also won the big bass pot! With a 4 lb 6 oz bass!

The rankings so far are.

Tracey Shinler 18pts
Mark Busch 18pts
Marshall Adams 15pts
Julie Adams 15pts
Chris Lindstrom 14pts
Mike Shively 14pts
Paula Bloom 14pts
Dean Shinler 13pts
Cory Frantzick 12pts
Korey Sybrant 8pts
Chuck Bergman 8pts
Steve Remitz 8pts
Judy Remitz 8pts
Richard Marohn Jr 7pts
Richard Marohn Sr 6pts
Josh Chilson 3pts
Kevin McCall 3pts
Wayne Brokke 2pts
Debbie Brokke 2pts
Paul Waldowski 1pt
Kevin Dyck 1pt


We still have room for a few more boats! Come on out! It's a great time!

Cory Frantzick

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MJR

Someone mentioned how exotic it would be to catch a dogfish bass fishing well I guess I should feel honored cuz this spring on Tonka I caught about a 10lb dogfish on a Senko.

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CorynTracySellHomes

Just a friendly reminder that the Wednesday night bass league is tomorrow! We will have it rain or shine, but if it is lightning out we will cancel!

Cory Frantzick

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CorynTracySellHomes

Results from Wednesday June 25, 2003!

Inspite of some heavy rain and some seriously scary bolts of lightning the husband and wife team of Marshall and Julie Adams took first with a 5 bass limit of 12lbs 2ozs.

Second place went to father son team of Dean and Tracy Shinler! (Ooops! I mean Tracey!)
With a 5 bass limit weighing in at 11 lbs 2 ozs!

Big fish went to Wayne Brokkee with a 4 lb 7oz Largemouth!

Standings thus far are:

Tracey Shinler 29pts
Marshall Adams 27pts
Julie Adams 27pts
Dean Shinler 24pts
Chris Lindstrom 24pts
Mark Busch 19pts
Cory Frantzick 19pts
Paula Bloom 15pts
Mike Shively 14pts
Steve Remitz 14pts
Korey Sybrant 13pts
Ken Firnstahl 12pts
Wayne Brokkee 11pts
Debbie Brokkee 11pts
Scott Lindstrom 10pts
Gregg Ripp 8pts
Tony Carlson 8pts
Chuck Bergman 8pts
Richard Marohn Jr 7pts
Richard Marohn Sr 7pts
Mike Sybrant 5pts
Josh Chilson 3pts
Kevin McCall 3pts
Paul Waldowski 1pt
Kevin Dyck 1pt
Tom Stenmo 1pt
Joe Fehrman 1pt
Derek Remitz 1pt
Ken Nash 1pt


We still have room for a few more boats! Come on out, it is a good time!

Cory Frantzick

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East Rush Rules

hey boys,
What if someboday catches a smallie during this tourney?? Would you way it or what?? Im just wonderin. Go Scottie

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Paul Waldowski

Of course, It's a Bass isn't it!

BTW NO White Bass allowed grin.gif

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East Rush Rules

hey paul,
how come you aren't in the tournament anymore?? Im just wondering if you ever going to be in it again!!

Bye

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Paul Waldowski

ERR,

I would love to be in it every week, but hard to get out of work early every Wed. and with Road construction coming up from the southern metro......really hard to get there in time. Hmmmmm. Wondering who this is????

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East Rush Rules

hey paul,
Heres a hint, I beat you in the tournament!

Bye

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Sheephead Slayer

Use those mod powers to compare IP's smile.gif

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SkeeterMark

Just thought I'd post this for everyone's information.
In case anyone uses the East Rush landing, it is undergoing some construction and is closed. I think they are resurfacing the parking area, and not actually doing anything to the ramp - not sure though. There was a couple people launched there yesterday, but I'm not sure about today. I saw some pretty heavy equipment pulling in there this morning, and there are "closed" signs up.

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