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By Mark Morris - Posted on 13 January 2011

Can anybody help me out with a little info on Washington and Fergusion lakes in mississippi. CUSA has a tournament there in March. I'm having trouble locating lake maps and just general info.. Of course waypoints would be nice to. mark

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Mark these are 2 lakes I know nothing about. There are a few guys on here that know them well if we can get them to speak up.

Ray

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Hey Mark, I know some info about Washington and a lil info about Fergusion. Email me your question at roperoutdoors@gmail.com I'll help out if I can.

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