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Brainerd Walleye Alliance Fall Classic Results

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Below are the final standings of the Brainerd Walleye Alliance Fall Classic. I would like to personally thank everyone who participated and made this one of the best events to date. We had 38 teams enter and a total of 168 fish were brought to the scales. A big thank you to Doug Erickson and Co. for putting this together. Here are the results:

Place---Contestants---No. of Fish---Pounds

1----Ryan Przybilla/Ken Przybilla----6---14.34

2----Mike Kerzman/Marshall Koep------6---13.16

3----Dave Shogren/Mark Van Nest------6---12.08

4----Paul Ranallo/Doug Ranallo-------6---10.62

5----Jared Erickson/Bruce Erickson---6---10.58

6----Bruce Quade/Ashley Quade--------5---10.42

7----Jeff Stirewalt/Ron Huber--------6---10.30

8----Michael Luett/Dave Farr---------6---10.16

9----Steve Smith/Gary Cash-----------4---10.08

10---Jason Jones/Chuck Waby----------6----9.74

11---Scott Perala/Delilah Perala-----5----9.60

12---Toby Kvalevog/Maggie Kvalevog---6----9.26

13---Mike Lepel/Dan Lepel------------6----9.18

14---Jerry Ferianlek/Rose Ferianlek--5----9.14

15---Dan Eigen/Shelley Eigen---------6----9.10

16---Corey Bokinskie/Chuck Bokinskie-4---8.70

17---Randy Moeser/Mike Wenzel--------6---8.62

18---Tim Hanske/Dan Abear------------5---8.54

19---Cy Porwall/Dean Kvalevog--------6---8.12

20---Jeremy Bjorgaard/Kurt Bjorgaard-6---7.98

21---Rod Buckingham/Ted Anderson-----5---7.56

22---Kevin Valerius/Tom Dukowitz-----5---6.92

23---Jason Johnson/Roger Heyer-------5---6.56

24---Troy Langland/Phil Jones--------5---6.44

25---Sterling Spicer/Bo Olson--------5---6.34

26---Beau Bacon/Bryan Coe------------4---6.30

27---Scott Geach/Doug Schmidt--------5---5.58

28---Cory Hendricks/Ron Hendricks----5---5.28

29---Scott Franke/Patrick Conery-----4---4.58

30---Kirk Loge/Richard Polipnick-----3---4.56

31---Dean Smith/Bren Smith-----------3---4.42

32---Bruce Boyne/Brian Boyne---------3---4.12

33---Earl Wolleat/Ron Meyer----------3---3.94

34---Carol Painter/Winnie Wayne------1---1.86

35---Drew Seeker/Isaac Wannebo-------0---0.00

36---Tim Juntunen/James Hoglin-------0---0.00

37---Matt Magnan/Darin Schadt--------0---0.00

38---John Huhta/Gil Peck-------------0---0.00

The big fish award went to Steve Smith and Gary Cash with a Walleye weighing 5.9 pounds. A larger Walleye was caught by Bruce Quade and Ashley Quade weighing in at 6.24 pounds, but they did not enter the Big fish portion.

Congratulations to everyone that made this event a success and look forward to seeing you again next year. You can check out some of the pictures on the MNWalleyeAlliance web site.

Jeff Stirewalt

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Once again another well run event by you folks up there.Im already looking forward to next year.Thanks to doug and all who helped put this tounament together.A big thanks goes out to Kirk Loge and his partner for helpin my partner out with a flat tire we discovered on the boat trailer while pulling off the lake.We probably would have been stayin an xtra night if it wasnt for you guys,actually I dont know if that would have been a bad thing though,I love it up there smile.gif We will back next year for sure,Thanks again....

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