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Corey Bohn

Anyone know results of Big Cormorant tourney?

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Corey Bohn

Wondering if anyone knew weights, names from Day 1 on Big Cormorant. Any info would be appreciated along with Day 2 once its over. Wish I could have fished it.

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DEADhead

maybe ScottND can help us out with this one...

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Place----Team-------------------Weight----Fish

1--------Schultz/Peterick----------21.32-----12

2--------Anderson/Longtine--------20.22-----11

3--------Schroeder/Schroeder-----19.30-----10

4--------VanDame/Anderson-------18.23------9

5--------Perala/Erickson-----------17.64-----10

6--------Carr/Bladow--------------16.60-----10

7--------Illg/Illg-------------------17.54-----10

8--------Shasky/Fischer-----------13.78-----10

9--------Boedigheimer/Spieker-----13.64------7

10-------Wagner/Granbois---------12.99------7

Largest 3.95

I picked up a 6 and a 4 prefishing but my son and I only got (1) 1.8 with an hour to go is all for the tourney. (took a while for us to break our ND habits blush.gif) 20% got goose eggs. About 30% got 1. It rained and blew 20-30 mph both days. Fish came anywhere from 6-45 ft. with live bait taking the top places.

How did you do Minneman?

They should use our fishingmn names up too. grin.gif

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scott, It must have been dark at the Fm ice outing on sally last winter when we were chatting afterwards, but I finaly put 2 and 2 together. we actualy crossed paths a few times this past week/end, on weds eve, I was comming off the lake and you guys were going out. we fished the same spot first thing fri am. and we talked a bit after the weigh in sat. we got lucky and found 9

Sorry about your partners boat, good thing you had a backup. email me Id like to chat further thetlas@loretel.net

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scott, It must have been dark at the Fm ice outing on sally last winter when we were chatting afterwards, but I finaly put 2 and 2 together. we actualy crossed paths a few times this past week/end, on weds eve, I was comming off the lake and you guys were going out. we fished the same spot first thing fri am. and we talked a bit after the weigh in sat. we got lucky and found 9

Sorry about your partners boat, good thing you had a backup. email me Id like to chat further


Don't know if I can say it was the dark, but for me just a few to many good times in my earlier years seems to have zapped a little memory. confused.gif Or maybe it's the age thing. confused.gif

Yeah...I remember now...you had an Arctic Cat sled on Sallie, right?

I made a deal with that 6 pounder I caught prefishing that if I let her go I'd come back and get her on Friday and let her go again istead of the frying pan. I hope she's not ticked that I didn't show up but you guys were right on top of her...LOL laugh.gif. I told her to wait for that 7" reef runner again. grin.gif. Now she's got to wait til next year.

Emails comin.

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