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Corey Bohn

Hanson / Wall win title at Lake Minnewaska Fall Walleye Classic

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Go to the tournament/league board on this site for complete details for the 2006 Lake Minnewaska Fall Walleye Classic.

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Jamie Wall is my uncle, he's a walleye guy and I'm and I'm a bass tournament guy, makes me sick when he tells me that him and Kevin catch about 50 big smallies during that touranment. I'm still working on the GPS coordinates for that spot cool.gif...

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I have a place at Peter's on Minnewaska. Have caught a lot smallies on that lake this year jigging.

Cannot find the tournament/league board on the main page, or anywhere on this site. Am I just blind? Would like to look at the results. Did not participate in the tourney, but made it there at the last minute and was fishing that weekend.

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Go back to the homepage for fishingminnesota.com On the left hand side, click on Forums/Hot Tips/Secrets, wait for the next page to open and then scroll all the way down to the bottom to where the heading reads "Misc. Forums" and click on Tournament/League/Group Talk. The results are posted in there.

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