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Mark13:33

west battle walleye tournament

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I've seen the day one results, anyone have any information on day 2? weights and who?

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Wayne and Tom Johnson won again for the third year in a row. 28 something for lbs of fish. there were alot of nice fish caught again this year. East end was the most productive fishing area from what I could tell.

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They do this tourney during the day I assume? I can't catch a walleye in the day time on WBL to save my life...

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Yeah its 7am-3pm on Sat and 7am-2pm on Sunday.

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Does anyone know how the mighty ChuckN did in the tournament?

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...I don't know about the "mighty" part.. LOL

Not so well on the walleyes.

The results are at the BL Lions webpage... battlelakelions org. Fill in the .

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