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SXViper

There are a few openings left in the Scott's Bait and Tackle Walleye Tournament. It is Friday June 13 and Saturday June 14, on Ottertail lake. First place is $1500. Call Scott at 218-385-3390 for an entry form.

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bucktail

Viper
I will see you there. Did you ever fish the Carr's tournament back in the day. Good to see another competitive tournament on that lake. Great time of year for it too.

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bucktail

I am surprised there are still openeings.

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SXViper

I never fisher the Carrs tourney, but my dad did for many years. As soon as I found out about this tourney I got us entered right away. Hea has really missed fishing tourneys on Ottertail.

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SXViper

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yourresort

If you guys are interested, the Grand National Walleye Cup Tourney is on Sunday June 1st. It is a national qualifying tourney, even if you don't want to fish the whole circuit, the payout is good.

Here is what the organizer had to say:

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The Otter Tail GNWC tourney this weekend will be held at Graystone Lodge on Sunday June 1st. The public is welcome to come to the weigh-in at 2:45 p.m. Sunday. You are welcome to enter the tournament, it's a $210 entry fee. For more info you can call me at 800-890-3474 or e-mail me at fish.on@tds.net.

Bernie Barringer


Try your skills!

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Paul Ness
Three Seasons Lodge on Otter Tail Lake

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