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B mac

Lund, thanks for the heads up. I'm looking for info on any and all tournaments in the area. I've never done it before, but I'm looking to get involved this season. It's time to start lining up partners and planning.

Also, would you (or anyone else) recommend joining this Walleye Unlimited organization in Fargo/Moorhead? I don't know any of the benefits or reasons for doing so.....

Thanks for the info.

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B mac,
Thanks for the reply. It's going to be one of the great tourneys on Ottertail. Scott is trying to make this one of those tourneys that everyone wants in on. Right now there is an 80 team limit, so you better get on it ASAP. Then I believe after this year it will be invitational only? Some of these tourneys fill will the same guys every year and then there are no more openings. But this year because its new everybody has a chance to get in. Give me an e-mail address and I will send some info.

Yes the Fargo-Moorhead Walleye club is definately worth it. They have great gifts and prizes, along with great speakers with good walleye info. They also fish many local lakes and have a tourney at the end. If your interested try and join.

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B mac

Lund,

Please send me some info. This would be much appreciated. In previous posts, it sounded as if you are quite active in the tournament scene. Any other tournament info would be appreciated as well.

mnclearbluesky@yahoo.com

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Scott's Bait and Tackle in New York Mills is having a walleye fishing contest on Ottertail Lake. This tourney will be replacing the Don's Sportland tourney from years past. If you need more info reply and I will hook you up.

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Fish-on

A great option for tournaments is the Grand National Walleye Cup which will hold a tournament on Ottertail June 1. 100 boat limit $210 entry fee and awesome prizes in addition to cash. Part of a four-tournament series in MN. for more info e-mail fish.on@tds.net

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D-Angler

ProV,
Could you please send some information on the new tourny to darin.trites@wellsfargo.com.

Thanks

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