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Northstar Summer Walleye Classic

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July 27th and 28th. $450 per team. $7000 first place prize based on a full field of 50 boats. $500 for the highest placing team in a Lund. $200 a day Lund big fish pot. For more information call Kevin Olmstead at 218-634-9457 or 701-730-1706

Anyone signed up yet?

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This is big fun. 2 days of fishing and excellent competition.

Thanks to Lund for the extras. It would be nice

to get good entry numbers and a huge pay out.

Get a partner and sign up

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cant wait its going to be shootout thats for sure. like curt said get a partner and see what happens. you may just win some cash.

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Does anyone know how many teams are currently entered?? I guess I'm on the bubble, partner pending.

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Most of the locals don't get signed up till the night before. not sure why i guess they wait and see if there on good fish before entering.

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