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Hello FVAA members & Guests,
This is just a reminder that our next outing will be at Lake Waubesa on the Madison Chain Sunday October 6th. Turnament Director Pete Trevino will be making draws for boat partners, so please make sure you get your responses into him before 7:00PM Wednesday Oct ober 2. The launching fee is $8:00 per boat which will be paid by each boat owner / non-boater. Our Treasurer Larry VanDyck will not be present, so members attending are asked to see Ken at the beginning of the tournament to submit the $25 entry fee for the tournament. Please make sure that expenses are shared between boater and non-boater.
The AOY Tournament is again another close one with only a few points separating Ken Luhnle, Larry VanDyck and Pete Trevino. I'm sure everyone wishes them the best of luck as the points standings and finish for our three competitors will certainly be affected by this final event of the year.
At our last tournament at Lake Geneva, several conversations were had concerning the various results of the tournament and the influence that various types of line may have had on those results. As such I thought it appropriate to re-post an earlier article authored by Mike Wollenberg comparing te various types of lines and the benefits and drawbacks of each. To read the article please click here.