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2011 Big Ten Classic
« on: September 20, 2011, 01:01:20 PM »

I know there is already a post somewhere on here but I thought I'd add another since we haven't got much response. Guys we really need some help with boaters here. The tournament is October 1st and 2nd on Coldwater Lake. This is a great way to get the young guys involved and we need to try to get this going. I know that many clubs have their championships this weekend and we can't do much about that. With that said, I'm calling out the Westsiders here. The past couple of years we have hosted it on St Clair and most westside guys didn't want to haul their boats all the way over for the weekend, well here's your chance! Just talk to Ozinga, he has come all the way over the past two years and had a great time. This is your chance to help out fellas, let's make it happen!

Luke Baker, VP MSU Fishing Club


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Re: 2011 Big Ten Classic
« Reply #1 on: September 20, 2011, 03:12:05 PM »

Luke, I did get a contact through Facebook yesterday about a possible westside boater. I pointed him towards Rob's contact information. Hopefully he gets in touch. Don't know his name because it was a friend of a friend contact. I'll keep putting out reminders.

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Re: 2011 Big Ten Classic
« Reply #2 on: September 20, 2011, 09:43:12 PM »

Thanks Dan! Appreciate the help.
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