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southern bass tour tournament on cedar lake results

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rippinlips

Does anybody know what the results were.

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luckycrank

top 4 places

results are as follows 1st place was 20.91-.25 = 20.66 team of Jake Seigert & Mike Kukacka

2nd place was 17.64 Shane Soberg & Josh Smith

3rd place was 17.18 Justin Geottlicher & Stacy Leesch

4th place was 16.43 Pat Burch & Brent Lake

big bass was 4.73 caught by Jeff Schmidtke

for a complete list of results shoot me an email adress and i will send you updates after each event or visit southern mnbass.com.50megs.com as they are posted there

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katoguy

Lucky, when you get tired of cashing all those checks, send a few more my way!

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rippinlips

lucky, did you fish in the tournament

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love2fish4ever

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visit southern mnbass.com.50megs.com as they are posted there


I tried entring these sites , but it's advertising for web services confused.gif something I'm doing wrong? L2f

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rippinlips

www.^southernmnbass.com.50megs.com

there's the web address.

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luckycrank

L2f, im sorry it is southernmnbass.com.50megs.com

not southern mnbass.com.50megs.com and yes i fished

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luckycrank

Kato, Your doing just fine on your own 3rd overall as of 8/8/o6

i'll have to stay on top of my game if i want to win the point champion bonus of $500.00 & & them sweet trophies

with you guys in the hunt!!!

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love2fish4ever

Thanks Lucky, Thanks Rip, for the clarification. I checked it out, Nice Site!

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rippinlips

Kato and lucky do you guys fish the southern bass tour.

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katoguy

yep, lucky & partner are leading the pack after 3 contests. (a 2nd and 2-4th place finishes) My partner and I are in 3rd (quite a bit behind!)

Jefferson and Madison yet to go.

Washington/Stella and Madison remain on the Ultimate.

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rippinlips

Sounds like you guys are doing pretty good, Do you guys get out and prefish alot. Ques. Are the lakes down there deep water fish or are they shallower fish just curious because the lakes up here are pretty much deep water fishing.

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katoguy

I like to think I fish a lot, but never enough.

I usually fish shallow (<5 ft) in our green, algae-bloomed water. Some fish mainly deep, though. Most lakes don't have good weedlines as cover. There are some lakes with decent structure.

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rippinlips

2nd place Guys on cedar fish alot of tournaments up here and they are very very excellent hooks, it looks like there moving a little slow on the southern bass tour but once those guys get there rhylum going there leathal. I suppose the water on the lakes you guys fish is dirty and the water up around here is a little clearer that will work against them.

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Muddog

I could see how they would like ceder. If you like Minnetonka you've got to like Ceder. Weeds up the wazoo.

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