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DABL Tentative Schedule 2008 and changes (see notes below)

May 15                        Island Lake-Dam Landing            5-8:30 PM

May 29                        Fish Lake-Public Landing            5-8:30 PM

June 5*                        (1)Minnewawa                            5:30-9 PM

June 19                        St. Louis River-Smithville             5:30-9 PM

July 12                         Wildcard- 10AM-4 PM (FISH LAKE)

July 24*                       (2)Sturgeon            5:30-9 PM

August 7*                    Caribou Lake         5:30-9 PM

August 16                    Wildcard- 10AM-4PM (to be announced 9 PM the night before)

August 21*                  ?      5-8:30 PM

September 4                Fish Lake-Public Landing            5-8:30 PM                             

September 11              Island lake-Dam Landing            5-8:30 PM                 

* Was split night, but we didn't have a full 15 teams for the year, so dropping split.

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