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David Kolodziej of Sterling Heights, Mich., has proved you do have to have a big, brand-new shiny boat to catch fish from Lake St. Clair.

He used his 1988-year-model Ranger with 150 horse power engine to make a 50-mile run to Lake St. Clair and catch 18 pounds, 14 ounces today. His efforts put him in third place.

"It was a blast," he said. "Hey, it got us there and back safely, and that's what really counts."

Kolodziej also caught the big bass in the Pro Division, a 4-pound, 13-ounce bass that netted him $750.

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Hope you're feeling well. You coming to the NBAA Sunday tournament on St Clair? If not, do you have any coordinates for 5lbers you could loan me?
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QUOTE(Waldo @ Jul 22 2004, 12:37 PM)Hope you're feeling well. You coming to the NBAA Sunday tournament on St Clair? If not, do you have any coordinates for 5lbers you could loan me?
Randy

We're expecting some out-of-state teams. Boat Boys of Ohio is bringing 3 teams and Dave Calhoun, the owner is supposed to be bringing 3 Calender Girls... to fun fish and check out the weigh-in..... don't know how true that is but my youngest son can't wait.
 

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I'm good thanks!

As for 5 lbers? Lol only 5 pound fish I've seen lately are sheephead!

Calendar Girls????????? As long as their not the Krispy Cream Calendar Girls!
 

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I fished with david today.What a ride! David came in with over 13 lbs.I think he was in 10 th place when we weighed in.
 
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