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Chris & Kris Haley for their 2nd place finish in the Krause-Anderson Tourney. Wow! Last week (1st Place) at the Bluewater/Blue Moon and then this week. Awesome!!! cool.gif

Bruce

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Wow - congrats!!! Ok - spill the beans, whats the secret weapon this time???

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Wow Chris, a 1st and a 2nd, man that is outstanding!!!!

Congratulations to both of you!!!

Tom Wilson

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Thanks guy's!! It was another fun day!! We were in first right up until the last ten boats. Then we were edged out by .3 lbs. That's fishing. Another inch on one fish and we would have had it!!

My wife Kris, stuck the big one again. A five pounder at 9:30. First fish of the day and what way to start!!

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Congrats Chris and Kris, I told ya earlier she is your good luck charm. What is next on the tourny trail for you two?

Later

big drift

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I think We're done until fall now. Hopefully we're still hot the first week of sept.

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Congrats! When you're placing first and second like that you must really have your ducks in order! A question - how long should one wait to fish a lake after a big tournament?

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10-15 minutes grin.gif

The number of fish we take to the weigh stand is fractional to the total fish in the system. Tournaments don't affect fishing that much, because the guy's spread out accross the lake so much.

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  • 2 weeks later...

*Cough, Cough, Cough*

Congrats to Sabin Rasmus, and Brian Smith.

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