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  1. FFF 2018 - Register Here!

    Thank you, Charles! Welcome to FFF 2018! Charles Whitted (Spoon), Tennessee There are 32 FFF 2018 anglers entered, so far, fishing in 14 states and England. NORTH ZONE (19 FFF 2018 anglers) 1. Frank Rink (FJR1, Illinois), 2. Chris Matthews (chris Matthews, Illinois, fishing in England), 3. Chad Bettisch (Chad, Illinois), 4. David Dakin (David Dakin, Connecticut), 5. Anthony Hartung (JYB, Illinois), 6. Taylor Hindley (Taylor Hindley, Illinois), 7. Sean Reed (Sean Reed, Rhode Island), 8. Dave Marceau (carphammer, Illinois), 9. Dave Pickering (pickerd, Rhode Island & may also fish in Massachusetts), 10. Bob Elias (rje, Maryland but fishing in Pennsylvania), 11. Todd Richer (Todd Richer_7193, Rhode Island but perhaps also fishing in MA/CT), 12. Dan Ramir (Slimy, Illinois), 13. Iain Murray (redcoat, Massachusetts but perhaps also fishing in NY), 14. Jacob Ayotte (jacob Ayotte, Rhode Island and may also fish in MA), 15. Clifford Sharp (CSHARP, Massachusetts), 16. Colin Peters (colin peters_576, New York), 17. John Mayer (John Mayer, Ohio), 18. Tim Columbo (Tim Columbo, Massachusetts), 19. Martin Columbo (Martin Columbo, Massachusetts) SOUTH ZONE (13 FFF 2018 anglers) 1. Tony Locke (Tony Locke, Georgia), 2. Chris van Schalkwyk (Christian, Texas, Jr. Angler), 3. Willem van Schalkwyk (Willem (JD), Texas), 4. Keith Thompson (Keith, Texas), 5. Cristian Torres (SoCalCarper, Texas), 6. Kirk Suedmeyer (MOCarper, Missouri & may also fish in Kansas), 7. Barry Shildneck (needmotime2fish, Georgia), 8. Jim Rink (JPR1, Kansas & may also fish in Missouri), 9. Kris Tait (Kristopher Tait, Texas), 10. Cesar Espinoza (SoCalCarper760, Texas). 11. John Torchick (Cannonball, Tennessee), 12. Evan Cartabiano (Evan C., Texas), 13. Charles Whitted (Spoon, Tennessee) Click here to Register for FFF 2018! Click here for Detailed Rules for FFF 2018 Click here for a List of Award Categories and Prizes for FFF 2018 Click here to Post ALL Carp Entries/Captures for FFF 2018
  2. Right now we're at three teams (five anglers - 2+2+1). Considering the cold and the time parameters of the tournament and the difficulty for some to be there, I've decided that that's enough to make this a GO for a team event! However, with three teams, it'll be a winner-take-all scenario for both Big 6 and optional Most-Carp contests. If we get 5 teams, it'll be a 60%-40% split for Big 6 and winner-take-all for the Most-Carp contest. Six or more teams will be 50%-30%-20% for Big 6 and 60%-40% for optional Most-Carp. No matter what the monetary payout, trophies for the first place team and medals for the 2nd and 3rd place teams will be awarded in the Big 6 event. Medals will go to the top two participating teams in the optional Most-Carp contest. Good luck.
  3. FFF 2018 - Register Here!

    Thank you, Martin! Welcome to FFF 2018! Martin Columbo (Martin Columbo), Massachusetts There are 31 FFF 2018 anglers entered, so far, fishing in 14 states and England. NORTH ZONE (19 FFF 2018 anglers) 1. Frank Rink (FJR1, Illinois), 2. Chris Matthews (chris Matthews, Illinois, fishing in England), 3. Chad Bettisch (Chad, Illinois), 4. David Dakin (David Dakin, Connecticut), 5. Anthony Hartung (JYB, Illinois), 6. Taylor Hindley (Taylor Hindley, Illinois), 7. Sean Reed (Sean Reed, Rhode Island), 8. Dave Marceau (carphammer, Illinois), 9. Dave Pickering (pickerd, Rhode Island & may also fish in Massachusetts), 10. Bob Elias (rje, Maryland but fishing in Pennsylvania), 11. Todd Richer (Todd Richer_7193, Rhode Island but perhaps also fishing in MA/CT), 12. Dan Ramir (Slimy, Illinois), 13. Iain Murray (redcoat, Massachusetts but perhaps also fishing in NY), 14. Jacob Ayotte (jacob Ayotte, Rhode Island and may also fish in MA), 15. Clifford Sharp (CSHARP, Massachusetts), 16. Colin Peters (colin peters_576, New York), 17. John Mayer (John Mayer, Ohio), 18. Tim Columbo (Tim Columbo, Massachusetts), 19. Martin Columbo (Martin Columbo, Massachusetts) SOUTH ZONE (12 FFF 2018 anglers) 1. Tony Locke (Tony Locke, Georgia), 2. Chris van Schalkwyk (Christian, Texas, Jr. Angler), 3. Willem van Schalkwyk (Willem (JD), Texas), 4. Keith Thompson (Keith, Texas), 5. Cristian Torres (SoCalCarper, Texas), 6. Kirk Suedmeyer (MOCarper, Missouri & may also fish in Kansas), 7. Barry Shildneck (needmotime2fish, Georgia), 8. Jim Rink (JPR1, Kansas & may also fish in Missouri), 9. Kris Tait (Kristopher Tait, Texas), 10. Cesar Espinoza (SoCalCarper760, Texas). 11. John Torchick (Cannonball, Tennessee), 12. Evan Cartabiano (Evan C., Texas) Click here to Register for FFF 2018! Click here for Detailed Rules for FFF 2018 Click here for a List of Award Categories and Prizes for FFF 2018 Click here to Post ALL Carp Entries/Captures for FFF 2018
  4. FFF 2018 - Register Here!

    Thank you, Tim! Welcome to FFF 2018! Tim Columbo (Tim Columbo), Massachusetts There are 30 FFF 2018 anglers entered, so far, fishing in 14 states and England. NORTH ZONE (18 FFF 2018 anglers) 1. Frank Rink (FJR1, Illinois), 2. Chris Matthews (chris Matthews, Illinois, fishing in England), 3. Chad Bettisch (Chad, Illinois), 4. David Dakin (David Dakin, Connecticut), 5. Anthony Hartung (JYB, Illinois), 6. Taylor Hindley (Taylor Hindley, Illinois), 7. Sean Reed (Sean Reed, Rhode Island), 8. Dave Marceau (carphammer, Illinois), 9. Dave Pickering (pickerd, Rhode Island & may also fish in Massachusetts), 10. Bob Elias (rje, Maryland but fishing in Pennsylvania), 11. Todd Richer (Todd Richer_7193, Rhode Island but perhaps also fishing in MA/CT), 12. Dan Ramir (Slimy, Illinois), 13. Iain Murray (redcoat, Massachusetts but perhaps also fishing in NY), 14. Jacob Ayotte (jacob Ayotte, Rhode Island and may also fish in MA), 15. Clifford Sharp (CSHARP, Massachusetts), 16. Colin Peters (colin peters_576, New York), 17. John Mayer (John Mayer, Ohio), 18. Tim Columbo (Tim Columbo, Massachusetts) SOUTH ZONE (12 FFF 2018 anglers) 1. Tony Locke (Tony Locke, Georgia), 2. Chris van Schalkwyk (Christian, Texas, Jr. Angler), 3. Willem van Schalkwyk (Willem (JD), Texas), 4. Keith Thompson (Keith, Texas), 5. Cristian Torres (SoCalCarper, Texas), 6. Kirk Suedmeyer (MOCarper, Missouri & may also fish in Kansas), 7. Barry Shildneck (needmotime2fish, Georgia), 8. Jim Rink (JPR1, Kansas & may also fish in Missouri), 9. Kris Tait (Kristopher Tait, Texas), 10. Cesar Espinoza (SoCalCarper760, Texas). 11. John Torchick (Cannonball, Tennessee), 12. Evan Cartabiano (Evan C., Texas) Click here to Register for FFF 2018! Click here for Detailed Rules for FFF 2018 Click here for a List of Award Categories and Prizes for FFF 2018 Click here to Post ALL Carp Entries/Captures for FFF 2018
  5. FFF 2018 - Register Here!

    Thank you, John! Welcome to FFF 2018! John Mayer (John Mayer), Ohio There are 29 FFF 2018 anglers entered, so far, fishing in 14 states and England. NORTH ZONE (17 FFF 2018 anglers) 1. Frank Rink (FJR1, Illinois), 2. Chris Matthews (chris Matthews, Illinois, fishing in England), 3. Chad Bettisch (Chad, Illinois), 4. David Dakin (David Dakin, Connecticut), 5. Anthony Hartung (JYB, Illinois), 6. Taylor Hindley (Taylor Hindley, Illinois), 7. Sean Reed (Sean Reed, Rhode Island), 8. Dave Marceau (carphammer, Illinois), 9. Dave Pickering (pickerd, Rhode Island & may also fish in Massachusetts), 10. Bob Elias (rje, Maryland but fishing in Pennsylvania), 11. Todd Richer (Todd Richer_7193, Rhode Island but perhaps also fishing in MA/CT), 12. Dan Ramir (Slimy, Illinois), 13. Iain Murray (redcoat, Massachusetts but perhaps also fishing in NY), 14. Jacob Ayotte (jacob Ayotte, Rhode Island and may also fish in MA), 15. Clifford Sharp (CSHARP, Massachusetts), 16. Colin Peters (colin peters_576, New York), 17. John Mayer (John Mayer, Ohio) SOUTH ZONE (12 FFF 2018 anglers) 1. Tony Locke (Tony Locke, Georgia), 2. Chris van Schalkwyk (Christian, Texas, Jr. Angler), 3. Willem van Schalkwyk (Willem (JD), Texas), 4. Keith Thompson (Keith, Texas), 5. Cristian Torres (SoCalCarper, Texas), 6. Kirk Suedmeyer (MOCarper, Missouri & may also fish in Kansas), 7. Barry Shildneck (needmotime2fish, Georgia), 8. Jim Rink (JPR1, Kansas & may also fish in Missouri), 9. Kris Tait (Kristopher Tait, Texas), 10. Cesar Espinoza (SoCalCarper760, Texas). 11. John Torchick (Cannonball, Tennessee), 12. Evan Cartabiano (Evan C., Texas) Click here to Register for FFF 2018! Click here for Detailed Rules for FFF 2018 Click here for a List of Award Categories and Prizes for FFF 2018 Click here to Post ALL Carp Entries/Captures for FFF 2018
  6. FFF Advice?

    Ryan--It's obvious you've done some review of what works in the winter. Your location, depth, and prebaiting, in my opinion, are all on track,. Best of luck! --Frank
  7. Frank Rink is in! Anglers participating, so far, in the "FFF 2018 Big 6 Team Carp Tournament" on 12/31/17 and 01/01/18 at Joliet (5)! 1. Anthony Hartung 2. Chad Bettisch 3. Cory Bohmann 4. Justin Keaton 5. Frank Rink
  8. Joliet, Illinois will be the site of a two-man team carp tournament on December 31, 2017 to January 1, 2018 to coincide, somewhat, with CAG's national First Fishing Folly (FFF 2018) event! Sign up on this thread for the Sunday/Monday, December 31, 2017/January 1, 2018 "FFF 2018 BIG 6 TEAM TOURNAMENT" at Joliet from 11:00 p.m. until 7:00 a.m.! Participating anglers, so far (5): 1. Frank Rink 2. Anthony Hartung 3. Cory Bohmann 4. Chad Bettisch 5. Justin Keaton CAG's FFF 2018 on January 1, 2018 and a tournament to loosely coincide with it pose some unique problems. FFF contenders are typically individual anglers who fish solo, thereby having the best chance for any carp in the area. Conversely, a tournament typically features several anglers in the same general area competing heavily for the carp bite. How do I reconcile one with the other? Keeping all that in mind in addition to my primary goal of safety for anglers out in the middle of the night in Joliet on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day, here are parameters for the December 31/January 1 “FFF 2018 Big 6 Team Tournament” at Joliet: 1. The “FFF 2018 Big 6 Team Tournament” will feature a team format, but you don't have to arrange for a teammate. We will cover that at the draw. You need not be a CAG member to participate, although it is encouraged. Team draw and peg choice will take place at 10:00 p.m. at the Jackson Street venue on 12/31/17. Fishing for this tournament will be from 11:00 p.m. on 12/31/17 through 7:00 a.m. on 1/1/18. Unlike other tournaments, you may begin chumming as soon as you arrive at your fishing location. 2. Team assignment/Peg choice procedures: At 10:00 p.m. sharp at the parking lot just southeast of the Jackson Street Bridge, participating anglers will be part of a drawing to determine team assignments and the order for peg choice. For team assignments, anglers will have their names placed in a bag. The first two names drawn will be Team 1, the next two will be Team 2 and so on. This allows a safety/buddy system by which two anglers fish in close proximity to one another, thereby providing some safety for participants fishing throughout the Joliet venue. Note: It's December/January, and the chance for cold weather is a given. If anglers arrive in the same car, and to assure some warmth if needed, they may fish as a team rather than being subject to the draw to determine teammates. However, all others (those who arrive alone) are subject to the random draw procedure to determine teams. If there is an odd number of anglers who enter, the organizer will volunteer to be a team-of-one. That individual may use up to eight rods. If someone else wants to be a team-of-one, he is to indicate that before the team draw, and he will be a team-of-one. Or, if there is more than one angler wanting to fish alone, a drawing will determine who fishes alone. Because of this team system, fishing locations will be groupings of pegs. The following pegs will be grouped as one fishing area each: Pegs 1 to 4, pegs 4 to 8, pegs 9 to 12, pegs 13 to 16, pegs 17 to 19, pegs 20 to 22, pegs 23 to 24E, Pegs J-1 and J-2 (could be a little tight for 8 rods), Pegs J-3 to J-6, Pegs J-7 to J-10, and Pegs J-11 to J-14. New teammates will have a few minutes to discuss their preferred areas/peg groupings. Next, a draw will be conducted to determine order of location choice. The order of peg choice draw will be in the chronological order that anglers arrived at the venue. The team that draws the #1 chip will have first choice of peg grouping. The team that draws the #2 chip will have second choice, and so on. Peg choices will be made in the order of chip numbers drawn. Most Team fishing sections have shared borders beyond which you are not to cast. Here is a brief summary. A. The border between west bank pegs 1-4 (Team section 1) and 5-8 (Team section 2) will be the middle bench in the grouping of three benches in the middle of pegs 1-8. B. The border between west bank pegs 9-12 (Team section 3) and 13-16 (Team section 4) will be the south edge of the Bicentennial Park Building/Theater. C. The border between east bank pegs 17-19 (Team section 5) and 20-22 (Team section 6) will be the fifth window (these are the large windows) from the south corner of the Harrah's Casino building. D. The east bank section including pegs 23-24E (Team section 7) has the bridge as its north border. Anglers can cast beyond peg 24E on the south end but from a position no more than 20 feet from the peg flag. E. The Jackson St. section including pegs J-1-2 (Team section J-1) has structures as borders (The Jackson St. Bridge on the NW edge and the slip wall on the east edge). F. The Jackson venue border between pegs J3-6 (Team section J-2), J7-10 (Team section J-3), and J11-14 (Team section J-4) will be marked by flags. Do not cast beyond these flags. The team choosing section J-4 (pegs J11-14) can cast south of peg J-14 but from a position no more than 20 feet from the peg flag. Teammates may fish anywhere within that peg grouping. You are not limited to fishing at the usual peg flags. Anglers arriving after 10:00 p.m. will draw, using the same format as the 10:00 p.m. draw, to determine choice of whatever pegs remain. There are no call-in peg choices, nor can someone choose for you in your absence. "You snooze, you lose."| 3. Each team may fish with up to eight rods. To allow some elbow room and some choices, this tournament is limited to 16 anglers (8 teams)! 4. Date, Peg Choice, Time Parameters for Tournament, Format: Sunday, December 31, 2017 at 11:00 p.m. will mark the start of the Illinois Tournament Series' "FFF 2018 Big 6" Team Tournament at Joliet's DesPlaines River. The event will end at 7:00 a.m. on Monday, January 1, 2018! The event will also feature teams of two, but teams will be determined via draw rather than you having to find a teammate (unless you ride with an angler to the venue). This event will feature a Big 6 format. Big 6 means the biggest six carp captured by a team of two anglers. However, one member of the team may catch all of the fish. Peg choice is at 10:00 p.m. at the Jackson Street venue! 5. Entry: Entry is $20 per angler for the tournament with 100% payout to winning teams at a rate of 50% for 1st, 30% for 2nd, and 20% for 3rd for the Big 6 event. A trophy for first and medals for 2nd and 3rd will be awarded. 6. Optional Contest: There will be an optional $10 per individual contest for most carp caught by a team with 100% payout to the top two teams at a 60%-40% split (Winner-take-all if less than six teams participate). Teams are eligible only if both teammates participate. 7. Team Assignments, Peg Choice Time and Place: Team assignments and peg choice will take place at 10:00 p.m. sharp at the Jackson Street parking lot just south of the Bridge St./Jackson St. bridge. If possible, please arrive a few minutes early for fee payment, waiver signature, scorecard distribution, meet and greet, etc. 8. Number of rods: Please note that each team may fish with up to eight rods (8 per team). IDNR requires that your third rod and beyond are marked with your name and address. In addition, teammates may play one another's catches if needed. 9. Trophies/Medals: In addition to the monetary prizes, trophies will be awarded to the Big 6 first place team. Medals for Big 6 2nd, and 3rd place and to the top two "Total Number of Carp" winners, and to a "specialty" category winner will be awarded. The "specialty" category will be announced at team draw. 10. Permits, Approvals, Insurance, Waivers: Since all will be new to the 2018 Illinois Tournament Series events, you will be required to sign a waiver of liability prior to your participation. I have acquired all required insurance and approvals (Joliet, IDNR) for this event. 11. Moving to Different Pegs: Due to the length of this tournament, movement to an unoccupied peg grouping may be made at anytime during the event (first come, first served). However, only one move may be made during the duration of the tournament, and you may not return to your original peg grouping. Teammates will determine at which specific location each of them will fish in their peg grouping. At past team events, some team members alternate locations at "halftime," some just stay where they are since it is a team event, and some alternate individual location choices until all rods are placed. 12. Fair Play, Witnessing Catches: During team tournaments, teams may weigh and witness their own fish. In addition, a teammate may play the other teammate's fish! Please be honest with your recorded weights. Don't forget to tare your sling. Sign up on this thread if interested in participating on December 31/January 1. Thanks for your consideration! —Dr. Frank Rink, Tournament organizer P.S. For CAG members, this event can serve as both a local tournament and a vehicle for your national FFF 2018 experience!
  9. Team Anthony Hartung-Cory Bohmann win December 9 “Sam Snow Memorial - Let it Snow” Big 8 Team Tournament at Joliet; Chad Bettisch-Bill Hodge take 2nd; Chuck Ferczok-Connor Reno finish 3rd; Bohmann-Hartung also win Most-Carp Contest followed by Reno-Ferczok; Anthony Hartung recaptures 19-2 One-Eyed Jack to take Big Fish honors! Oh, the weather outside was frightful, but a few carp took a biteful at the December 9, 2017 “Sam Snow Memorial - Let it Snow” Big 8 Team Tournament at Joliet, Illinois. Despite some slick roads, some blowing snow, some carp that were still acclimating to winter conditions, and temperatures that hovered at the 32° freezing point all day, twelve robust and capable anglers participated in the event. The December event is named in honor of Sam Snow who first initiated our Joliet carp tournaments. Sam passed away in August 2015. He was among the early leaders of the Carp Anglers Group, serving as Illinois chair and organizing many events through CAG and his Midwest Carp Anglers Association (MCAA). There was a little twist to the tournament parameters this year as the competition had us grouped into six, two-man teams. Those who rode to the event together and had access to just one vehicle over the course of the tournament were automatically teamed. The rest of us drew names at 6:30 a.m. to determine team groupings. Teams, order of peg choice, and actual choice of peg grouping follow: Tony Donato-Emilio Montoya, 1st choice, pegs 1-4 Cory Bohmann-Anthony Hartung, 2nd choice, pegs 9-12 Chuck Ferczok-Connor Reno, 3rd choice, pegs J-1 to J-2 Chops Krople-Jim Snyder, 4th choice, pegs J-11-14, later moved to J-3-6 Jeff Conroy-Frank Rink, 5th choice, pegs, 13-16 Chad Bettisch-Bill Hodge, 6th choice, pegs 5-8 Although there was disparity in numbers between the top three teams and the remaining partnerships, all tournament teams captured fish. Most carp were netted prior to 1:00 p.m. as of 24 of 27 were recorded from 7:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. Anthony Hartung and Cory Bohmann made great use of their pegs 9-12 location and easily won the tournament Championship with a Big 8 total of 74-5 (19-2, 10-8, 9-3, 9-1, 8-6, 7-11, 7-10, 2-12). Their bag of eight carp was anchored by the now famous “One-Eyed Jack,” a 19+ pound, one-eyed carp that has been caught in that general area several times. This time, Anthony pulled it in! Congratulations, Cory and Anthony! Anthony and Cory also won the optional Most-Carp Contest with nine (19-2, 10-8, 9-3, 9-1, 8-6, 7-11, 7-10, 2-12, 2-11) to take home the medals and related monetary prize. In addition, the team’s 2 pound, 11 ounce catch at 7:45 a.m. was First-Carp of the day for Cory and yielded yet another medal for Team Bohmann-Hartung! Despite having the last peg choice of the tournament, Chad Bettisch and Bill Hodge made the event’s final outcome very interesting, as they, too, had a full scorecard of eight fish. Their 53-3 total (8-9, 8-5, 8-3, 7-8, 6-14, 6-6, 5-5, 2-1) from pegs 5-8 put them at Second Place in the final results. Nicely done, Bill and Chad! Chuck Ferczok and Connor Reno chose the smallest of the peg groupings at pegs J-1 and J-2, jus north of the Jackson Street Bridge. Despite being crammed into that small space, Connor and Chuck achieved a podium finish with five carp totaling 34-15 and Third Place honors (weights in decimals: 9.42, 8.68, 6.34, 5.40, 5.09). Well done, Chuck and Connor! Team Reno-Ferczok also took home the medals for second place in the optional Most-Carp Contest! Jeff Conroy and Frank Rink could coax just two carp from their pegs 13-16 location. Their 7-3 and 11-14 totaled 19-1. Team Conroy-Rink did take home a medal, though, as their 11-14 won the Last-Carp award with a 3:16 p.m. capture. Jim Snyder and Chops Krople put forth a great effort at Jackson Street as they fished two different peg groupings over the course of the event (pegs J-11-14 and pegs J-3-6). Two carp were caught and recorded at 6-6 and 6-3, giving Chops and Jim a 12-9 total for the day. The often productive pegs 1-4 were “off and on” throughout this tournament season, and, unfortunately, it was a bit “off” for Tony Donato and Emilio Montoya on December 9. Team Montoya-Donato did weigh one fish, however, at 6-11 for a nice effort at a tough peg grouping. Just three of the 27 tournament carp exceeded 10 pounds as the bigger fish are having a tougher transition to winter feeding: 19-2 - Anthony Hartung-Cory Bohmann 11-14 - Frank Rink-Jeff Conroy 10-8 - Cory Bohmann-Anthony Hartung Big thanks, as always, to the twelve participating anglers and big congratulations to the winners! Our next and final event of 2017 will be the “FFF 2018 Big 6 Team Carp Tournament” to be held from 11:00 p.m. on December 31, 2017 through 7:00 a.m. on January 1, 2018. Hope you can make it! —Frank Rink
  10. Latest weather forecast for Dec. 9 at Joliet with 24 hours to go before tournament time: COLD - High of 31° with a real feel of 19°; a couple morning flurries (2 hours) accumulating to about an inch (Be careful when netting those fish on slick ledges/walls); winds from the NW at 14 mph gusting to 24 mph; cloudy, but breaking for some sun. Drive safely. Hope to see you at Joliet tomorrow for 6:30 a.m. team draw! The weather may be similar to what Cory Bohmann and Mike Olinger experienced at Joliet 10 years ago on December 4, 2007! Participating anglers, so far:1. Chad Bettisch (Teamed with Bill Hodge)2. Connor Reno3. Anthony Hartung4. Cory Bohmann5. Emilio Montoya6. Dave Marceau7. Chuck Ferczok8. Mike Olinger9. Tracy Jourdan10. Jeff Conroy 11. Jim Snyder (Teamed with Chops Krople) 12. Chops Krople (Teamed with Jim Snyder) 13. Bill Hodge (Teamed with Chad Bettisch) 14. Tony Donato15. Frank Rink One opening remains!
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