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Robert Nakatomi

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Hometown Sacramento, California

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Current World Rank 300
Last 3 Finishes 137 - Lake Champlain, 7/29/2022
106 - James River, 6/16/2022
41 - Lake Guntersville, 5/12/2022

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Tournament Finishes
(Only recent tournaments are included. Not necessarily a career listing.)
Date Tour Event Place
7/29/2022 MLFPC Lake Champlain 137  
6/16/2022 MLFPC James River 106  
5/12/2022 MLFPC Lake Guntersville 41  
4/21/2022 MLFPC Pickwick Lake 151  
3/13/2022 MLFPC Harris Chain of Lakes 87  
1/27/2022 MLFPC Sam Rayburn Reservoir 147  
7/29/2021 MLFPC St. Lawrence River 128  
6/17/2021 MLFPC Potomac River 56  
5/13/2021 MLFPC Lake Eufaula 104  
4/22/2021 MLFPC Lake Murray 122  
3/11/2021 MLFPC Lewis Smith Lake 158  
2/11/2021 MLFPC Lake Okeechobee 18  
8/11/2020 FLWPC Lake Erie 129  
7/29/2020 FLWPC Mississippi River 134  
6/23/2020 FLWPC Lake Chickamauga 177  
3/19/2020 FLWPC Lake Martin 129  
2/20/2020 FLWPC Harris Chain of Lakes 27  
1/23/2020 FLWPC Sam Rayburn Reservoir 123  


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