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4/23/11 Tourney On Columbus


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By Tracy Humber - Posted on 18 April 2011

Our 2nd tourney of the year will be this Saturday on Columbus Lake. This tourney will be an open tourney and it will also be combined with the Columbus Fire Dept Benefit tourney. Entry fee can be paid here online or at the Pavillion at the east bank ramp. I will be there until 6:15am collecting money. You can fish both tourneys or just one. Pre-fishing will be allowed all week.

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Remember, You must fish two tourneys to be elgible for the classic in June.

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