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Letter: Lake Hartwell High School tournament

Gene Burton writes:
I was talking to one of my friends who is a boat captain for Barren County High School, and I found out the MLF/ (TBF) The Bass Federation is hoisting their High School National Championship on Lake Hartwell 6/30 - 7/3. It's my understanding there will be around 500 teams there to compete.

First and foremost, I hope everyone has a safe event. I personally know two teams that are there right now while official practice is going on. I would like to wish the team of Eaton/Morris representing Barren County High School fishing team and Delk/Hafley representing Taylor County High School fishing team good luck.

https://majorleaguefishing.com/events/2021-06-30-lake-hartwell

Be safe and good luck to everyone. --Gene Burton

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