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guideman

Hi All,
The 12th annual "Walleye Classic" is this coming weekend on the Big V.
There are still plenty of spots open if you'd like to fish this tourny. smile.gif

Just contact Doug Ellis at Virginia Surplus and he will hook you up. The entry fee is $150.00 per team, with a first place cash prize of $750.00. smile.gif

Payouts to 8 places and $150.00 goes to the team that finishes 15th. smile.gif
The fun starts on Saturday at 7:00am at the Fortune Bay casino marina. It is a 2 day event, with a 5 fish limit per tean per day, one fish over 24".

There are also "Big fish" pots each day of the tournament, for all that wish to get in for $20.00 per team.
You can contact Doug at 218-741-0331 or e-mail at; doctor@doctoroutdoors.com

It's a lot of fun and a really well run event. smile.gif
Hope to see you there.

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ripstick

hi terry,
once again we are at it. have you heard how many boats are possible.will be up from duluth about 600 fri nite will you be home later if not see you at the dock sat am . good luck.

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Lungehead vs Muskie

Does anyone have the results from the walleye classic?

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MJR

I think 7lbs was winning after day one with the largest fish being just over 3lbs.

Not sure what the final was.

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