Please post lakes you would like to see on next year's schedule. I am going to try and get my choices in earlier this year ,so it's not too soon to start kicking it around now.
Keep this in mind when posting:
We ARE growing. We won't be wanting to fish a 800 acre lake if we start seeing 25 boats. It's always nice to have lots of room.
We ARE trying to have fun. We don't want to spend 8 hours on some body of water where even the winners will struggle to get 6 bites. Pick lakes where we can catch lots of fish, even if they aren't the biggest.
And here are some you don't need to mention, because I won't take us there for one reason or another:
Leech - just too big if it's windy Mille Lacs - same Rainy - same, and just too far for our majority Lake of the Woods - again, just too far Mississippi River - any - this is the land of 10,000 lakes. I leave the river for lakeless states Minnetonka - too much hassle. I'd maybe do it for TOC someday
The DNR accepts applications for next year's tournaments in Sept/Oct, so here's your chance to try and get your favorites on the list for 2007.
Mark, I kno0w we talked about serpeant that one night, that would be a great lake also maybe north long two day serpeant north long? Also sauk is a great lake and is a happy medium for both you guys down there and us up here. just my 2 cents
HEY ! How ya doing? We miss you guys too, and as you can see by our tournaments, we've been having alot of fun catching fish and getting a few more boats in our tournaments. I like your lake suggestion, lol. Maybe for the TOC we all come out on a gambling spree !
"HI" Everyone" Just Thought I would let Everyone Know what is going on, on COON LAKE. Fishing been tough!!!! allot of tour.this year. As of last weekend 9/09/06 the ABA had there TOC with 26 Boats Only three limits where brought in. Thy where cot on Buzz,and crank baits around docks, but as of right now the water is cooling off and people are taking there docks out. Also there is a lot of (BLACK SLIME WEED!!!! and only a few good weed lines. So Good Luck and see you on the water.