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21st Annual Lake Shetek Walleye Fishing Tournament

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Hi All,

It's that time of year again. The Annual Lake Shetek Walleye Tournament is upon us.

The date this year is Saturday, May 19, 2012. Take-off is at 7:30 a.m. and weigh-in is at 3:00 p.m. sharp!

Attached is an entry form for this year's tournament.

Check out our website at for the list of great raffle prizes this year. Don't forget to buy your tickets!!

We hope to see you there!


Lake Shetek Area Sportsmen's Association

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Any results?

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59 teams 71 walleyes

Very close weigh in

here are the top five finishes

1st Blair Klaahsen, Clayton Kruse, Boyden, 4 10.56

2nd Matt Olson, Neil Oldenkamp, 4 10.54

3rd Aaron PrewittDoug Prewitt 4 9.92

4th Trevor Fey,Jesse Fey 4 9.69

5th Craig Fey, Travis Fey, 4 9.67

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Turned out to be a great tournament, looked like we were gonna be in for one heck of a ride right away in the morning with them thunder heads coming!! But Overall it was a great turnout and the number of boats keep comin up from years past. I did notice alot of people letting there one or two fish baskets go before weigh-ins because they knew they weren't going to be in the top ten, and when u catch more fish than boats in a tourney it's always a good day!! Good work Lake Shetek Walleye Association, u can count me in on being there once again next year..l

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the most fish any boat caught was 4 fish? or is it a 2 fish per person limit?

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It was just a 4 fish limit.

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