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Updated Aliceville Lake Tourney Notes

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By Tracy Humber - Posted on 10 March 2011

Tourney hours will be from safe light until 3:00. This means if you haven't paid, I will be at the East Bank Day Use ramp until 5:30am.
This also means you have to be back at the ramo for weigh-in at 3:00pm.
We are following the Unity Chrch rules for this tourney since several members are fishing both tourneys.

Remember, if you have not paid by 5:30 Saturday morning, you will not be entered into the tournament. Please get there early. I will be at the ramp by 5:00 and be gone by 5:30.

Tracy Humber

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