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Bob Thompson

2005 tournaments

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Bob Thompson

Happy New Years to all. Thanks to you guys who responded to my question about Pike Hole. Much good info there. Also does anybody have any schedules of any tournaments which will be held on Cass lake this upcoming season? Aren't they usually just weekends anyways? Bob T.

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WallyJoe

I am also very curious about this. Can anyone help us out??

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Brian Jones

There is a tourney the first weekend of Sep. the third weekend of Sep. and the first weekend of October. So far those are the only annual ones I know of.

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Bob Thompson

Thanks Brian, looks like we'll be there for both of them. Are the tournaments Walleye or Musky? Maybe we'll meet you at Pike Hole if you'll be around at that time. Bob

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Brian Jones

I am always around and I frequently pay homage to the Pike Hole Bar. Two of the tourneys are for muskie and the last one is a small walleye tourney that is only on Cass Lakes waters.

It would be nice to meet up with you and have a couple some evening.

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Wildlineman

Brian,

Who is sponsoring the tournament the first weekend of Sept '05 on Cass Lake?

Thanks,

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Brian Jones

The tourney the first weekend is the Muskies Inc. one that is on about 15 area lakes every year.

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Wildlineman

Thanks Brian! I missed the tournament info on their web site.

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beef

Hey Brian only knows a little about Muskies grin.gifgrin.gifJust kidding grin.gifgrin.gif someday I might catch one of them things...Hey Jones get back up here the bite is picking up again on the pond..

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