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The Cranker

Tourney This Friday and Saturday Is Filling Up!

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I spoke with George Nitti last evening and it seems that he has had a great response to his tourney this weekend. As of last night there was over a hundred boats registered.

Prize money was based on 80 boats. With over a hundred boats the prize money will exceed $8,000.00 for first place. Entry's are still being taken until Wednesday.

I have fished this event a number of times and its a very runned tourney. If your looking to fish against some of the better fisherman and woman on the lake and have a great time I highly reccommend this event. There is all you can eat buffet on friday night with your entry fee.

Call Hunters Point to register, it should be fun.

If you are planning on coming up here and fishing this event and need a place to stay, please contact the resorts above and Fishers Resort. These are our FM sponsors.

http://www.fishingminnesota.com/resort.html

Fish On!!!

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Who? What is this tourney?

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I would say its a walleye tourney, lake mille lacs....

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