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Help needed #13095810
03/18/19 03:37 PM
03/18/19 03:37 PM
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sbump26 Offline OP
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Could use some guidance with weigh in procedures for a bass fishing tournament. Just found out I will be helping with the weigh in but I don't have any experience running one. Tournament is this weekend. What is needed to keep the fish alive while weighing in? Have a scale. Help!


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Re: Help needed [Re: sbump26] #13095812
03/18/19 03:38 PM
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Should note I crappie fish and have never fished a tournament.


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Re: Help needed [Re: sbump26] #13096377
03/19/19 12:56 AM
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What type event? How many boats? Those would be some questions to kinda get the help started.


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Re: Help needed [Re: sbump26] #13100242
03/22/19 08:25 PM
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Mesh weigh bag, scale and notepad are basically it. Just be sure and if there are lots of boats don't have the people standing in line for too long with fish in their bags.

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