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Full Throttle Walleye Tournaments

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Hello Folks,

New for 2008 is a tournament series for walleye anglers called Full Throttle Walleye Series. The tournaments consist of 3 tournaments in MN and 3 events in WI. Go to http://www.FTfishing.com for details, information.

The Schedule for 2008 Full Throttle Walleye Series includes MN division April 26th, Mississippi River pool 4, June 28th Mille Lacs, and Sept. 6 St.Croix River. The WI events include Lake Winnebago April 12th, Lake Winnebago May 31, and Bay of Green Bay Sept. 13th.

Events are designed with a pre-tournament meeting on Friday night before the tournament where there is a free dinner, door prizes and an inspirational speaker.

Each is event is $200 a-team and the tournaments pay back 1 in 5 boats. Payback amount is based on the number of boats. Example payout for a 75-boat tournament for 1st place would be $3,000 and would pay down to 15th place. Entry fee also includes Big Fish. Ranger Cup money is also available for all contestants who have signed up for the Ranger Cup program. Trophies, free dinner, and door prizes at each event. The top 5 teams from each division receive a FREE entry into the Full Throttle Championship for 2008 in October.

MN Directors Mark and NaCole Schutz have ran fishing events in the Midwest for years. Chris Jones Full Throttles Outdoors Director in WI has been running fishing events for years also.

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Sign up for full series? individual events? Only MN series?

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You can sign up for one event if you like or fish them all in the series.. MN has 3 tournaments in a series. WI has 3 tournaments in there series too.

The top 5 teams from each series MN and WI. 10 total fish the championship for free. Must fish at least 2 events to qualify for championship.

Everyone is invited.

Good Fishing

Full Throttle Outdoors

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Hey Mark, NaCole. Just read about this new series. Are you guys still running the show at FoM, as well......?

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Hey Eyestalker,

NaCole is running Fishers of Men (FOM) events in MN and is the official director. I am running Full Throttle Walleye (FTO) events in MN.

We are at the hospital right now as NaCole's dad had a major heart attack. So we appreciate any support and prayers.

Full Throttle Outdoors-FTO

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Mark, NaCole,

My prayers are definitely with you and your family !!

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Thanks Eyestalker,

We appreciate your prayers and others in regards to NaCole's dad. Her dad is still in very rough shape in the hospital.

On a side note we just became sponsors of FishingMN.com . Kinda cool.

If you want more information on Full Throttle Walleye Tournaments we would like to invite everyone. We are a family friendly, faith based circuit. Just like Fishers of Men but for walleyes. Great circuit to fish with wife, girlfriend, kid, or friend.

For entry information go to http://www.FTfishing.com

Good Fishing

Full Throttle Outdoors

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Soory to hear the bad news Mark. prayers are sent.

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Hey Guy's

NaCole's dad passed away this past Wednesday. She is taking it better than most although. Thank you for all your prayers.

On a side note we will be at the Northwest Sportshow. Working on signing up more folks for our Full Throttle Walleye Series http://www.FTfishing.com .

Look foward to seeing you at the show,

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