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Chris Haley

Area Tournaments Filling Up!!

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The applications are out for the local walleye tournaments. The Eagles will be on May 21st. It's limited to 75 boats and 1st pays $2600 this year.

The Bluewater/Blue Moon is June 10th and signing up is taking place for those that fished last year. If you fished last year, your sign up number is your take off number!! So if you want to be first flight you had better get in!!

The Krauss has not filled yet, so if you want in contact Bob Fitzgerald @ 218-759-0596. There were ten spots open this morning!! First place is $10,000 and the entry fee is $440 which includes a great meal at the Northern Inn during the rules meeting!!

For those of you that have been bitten by the tournament bug you now what these mean. If you haven't fished a tournament and want to give it a try, come on out and play!!! Tournaments add a whole different flare to fishing!!

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When is the Krauss this year?

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It's the 18th Ethan.

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