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Minnewaska and Le Homme Dieu

Every Team caught limits on both lakes…..great weather, and the rain Sunday morning kept the Sea Doo’s, wake boarders, pontoons and pleasure boaters off the lake till after 1 pm on Sunday…nice. A special thank you is also sent to both weigh-in sites – Bug-A-Boo on Le Homme Dieu and Waters Edge on Minnewaska. Please stop by when in the area and say thank you as well.
· Note on Le Homme Dieu: after the first 2 teams had weighed their bags, I realized I did not zero out the scale with the black weigh-in bag. This added approx. 1.25 #’s of weight to each teams 5 fish limit as well as the big bass teams had weighed. The weights shown reflect a deduction of 1.25 #’s of fish for every bag.

The next and last qualifying tournament is coming up fast – Bay Lake on Sunday Aug 23rd. With less than 10 teams currently registered, I will use the public ramp on the north west side of the lake. Please call if u have difficulty locating the ramp. Please contact myself or Bob ASAP for entry info for Bay.

· Le Homme Dieu: Jeff Bosshardt and Scott Johnson took top honors with a 5 fish limit @ 16.57 #’s. 2nd place was the team of Bill Infanger & Cody Ruport @ 16.42 #’s.
o 3rd: Tony Hatten & Matt Seymore @ 16 #’s
o 4th: Dane Vocelka & Mike Hoppe @ 14.92
o 5th: Brandon Moore & Bob Moore @ 14.67
o 6th: Karen Savik & Howie Lee (just out of the money award) @ 14.35
o A total of 100 fish were brought to the scales – all teams brought limits to the scale. 100% live release. 3 smallies – 97 largemouth.
· Minnewaska: John Zvorak & Mike larson took top honors with a 5 fish limit @ 17.07 #’s. 2nd place was the team of James Chapman & Eric Fabano @ 16.72.
o 3rd: Jamie Huls & Dave Primos @ 16.55 #’s
o 4th: Tom Petron & Mike Petron @ 16.41 #’s
o 5th: Jim Lokken & Phil Lokken (Just Out of the Money award) @ 16.33 #’s
o A total of 115 fish were brought to the scales with an average weight per fish @ 2.95 #’s. (one team had a limit, but chose not to weigh). 79 of the 115 fish weighed were smallies.