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Author Topic: 2023 WEDNESDAYS NIGHTERS  (Read 176 times)

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« on: July 19, 2023, 09:50:15 AM »

2023 Wednesday Nighters
$60 Entry Fee per Boat, single or 2 per boat
Big Bass included in the entry fee
5 fish limit per boat
Life jackets and kill switches mandatory

May 31 Kalamazoo River Schultz Park
June 14 Lake Allegan Echo Point
July 5 Kalamazoo River Schultz Park
July 19 Lake Macatawa Dunton Park
August 2 Kalamazoo River Schultz Park
August 16 Lake Macatawa Dunton Park
September 6 Kalamazoo River Schultz Park
September 20 Lake Allegan Echo Point

6PM – 9:30PM light permitting
100% Payout
Contact Josh for more information 616-886-0320
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