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Hunter21

Minnesota fishing tourny's?

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I'm looking for fishing tourny's in northern minnesota can ANYONE help me out?? thanks

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I am not sure on how far north but you should enter the one in spicer on june 11th and 12th.

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Hunter, you do not specify what tournaments you are interested in and where. Our LETS league has openings for any tournament we host near Brainerd (this Sunday), Alexandria and 2 Otter Tail County events. It's a multi-species tournament, no high entry fees, learn some new fishing tactics, meet new people, and best of all, it's a lot of fun.

Multi-Species tournament here

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I live in the Virginia Area. I dont care what kind of tourny i get into.. I bought my first boat this year and wanna do all.....

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Lincoln Park Walleye Tourney July 9th out of Rices Landing under the highbridge in Duluth. Small tourney with some great prizes and a chance at some good $. Ill be fishing it before our softball/barbeque on Sunday the 10th.

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Check out the Minnesota Tournament Trail. They are heading to LOW in July as well as Winnie July 23rd. This is a very professional run operation. I have fished 4 events this year and can't say enough good things about the way things are run. smile.gif

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