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Mustangs Drop 11-5 Decision To St. Henry at Home on Tuesday, Host Scott on Wednesday, and Then Face NCC at 5pm Thursday at Florence Freedom Park in the All "A" State Semi-State Playoff .......................................
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Mustangs - NCC To Clash To Determine 9th/10th Region Rep
To The 2017 All "A" State Baseball Tournament
Sat and Sun, May 6th and 7th at Whitaker Bank Ballpark - Lexington
All "A" Semi-State Sectional Contest Thursday, April 27th - 5pm - Florence Freedom Park  

  Brossart, the All "A" Champs from Region 10 will take on NCC, the 9th Region "A" Champs this coming
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advance to Saturday and Sunday, May 6th and 7th's All "A" State Tournament at Whitaker Bank Ballpark.    
  The games scheduled this week with St. Henry and Scott have been moved up a day to Tuesday,
April 25th 5pm at St. Mary for the St. Henry game, and Wednesday, the 26th 5pm at St. Mary for the Scott
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  Final Day of 2017 Pickwick Trip on Tap For Wednesday
Will Pull Out Thursday Morning, Hoping To Catch The NCC Game
Thursday Evening
Mustangs Drop an 11-5 Decision To St. Henry On Tuesday
Welcome Scott Eagles to Friendly Confines On Wednesday at 5pm
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   At the beginning of any fishing trip I
always pause a few moments to
appreciate that the entire trip is in
front of me, and realize that
everything that we are to catch is yet
to happen.
  Conversely, as I head into the final
day, I am always disappointed that it
has come to an end.  While this trip
was indeed challenging it had its
moments and I will hate to pull the
boat and wish for just one more
week.
   The good news with this trip is that I have another four
week sojourn coming up starting May 10th to the Spanish
River in Spanish, Ontario, Canada.
  The two trips are a complete contrast.  Here at Pickwick,
USA it is hot, the trees are all out, flowers are blooming
and you fish among laydowns and pea gravel shorelines.
In Canada it is still the end of winter with everything still
brown and the grass just turning green.  Here the water
temps are in the 70s.  In Canada they will still be in the
forties.  The structure in Canada is a flowing river and
rock islands.
  This Pickwick trip is a complete mystery.  How the same
trend held up for 19 days is simply amazing.  Last year
the fish numbers weren't as good as previous years, but
the quality was excellent.  This year the entire bass
populations were conspicuous by their absence - dinks,
short fish, and keeper size.  Tonight (Tuesday) I caught
what was the big largemouth of the trip, a recently
spawned out 21 inch fish that should have weighted
about five pounds.  "Should" being the operative word.  
Compare the two bass above.  One either fat or pre-spawn
and tonight's post-spawn.
  I tore myself away from the White Bass tonight which
have been saviours on this trip, but may hit them one last
time tomorrow night.  Catfish remain agressive - 6 or 7
more today.  The paddlewheeler bound for Louisville is
the Georgia Queen, not the Belle of Georgia.