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Battle Lake walleye tourney 9/9 - 9/10

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Does anybody know what won the walleye tourney this past weekend? I was there Saturday for the weigh in and about 12# was in the lead but I had to leave Sunday a.m. before the weigh in. Thanks!

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Here is the results from the tournament:

http://www.polebender.com/2006-season/2006-battle/2006_west_battle_results.htm

I made it for yesterday's weigh-in and looks like the bite was impressive despite the strong cold front and stiff winds. Battle has been a tough bite this year and it looks like things have changed.

The big fish was 12.26lbs and 32.5", and that team also brought in another impressive fish with it.

33.89lbs won it. cool.gif

Congrats to top finishers, and well done!

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Thanks Chuck for the report... Some nice fish considering the cold front and the windy conditions.

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