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2006 Lake Minnewaska Fall Walleye Classic to be aired on TV March 17, 25, 31

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TV coverage of the 2006 Lake Minnewaska Fall Walleye Classic will be aired throughout the upper-midwest on Fox Sports Net (FSN Ch. 28) on Saturday, March 17 at 12 noon and again on Sunday, March 25 at 8 a.m. The show can also be viewed on those dates and times on Dish Network Ch. 436 and DirecTV Ch. 641. The show will also air on March 31 at 10 a.m. on KSTC Forty5 (Ch. 17 w/ Charter Comm). The show is titled Minnkota Outdoors with a show description listed as coverage of the 2006 Lake Minnewaska Fall Walleye Classic. The show will also air at 11:30 a.m. on March 18 on KDLT-TV Ch. 46 (Sioux Falls, SD) for those of you in southwestern MN. Everyone throughout MN, WI, IA, NE, SD and ND can see it on FSN.

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What's the run time of this show? May not be around so I'll have to record it.

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Run time of the show is 30 minutes. You'll also be able to view it after it airs on TV in streaming video at www.excellentmultimedia.com Click on the Lake Minnewaska Fall Walleye Classic logo. It won't be up on that website until the first date the show airs on TV. **You definitely want to see it on TV because the streaming video is a small 4"x4" box.

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Fox Sports Net (FSN) will re-air coverage of the 2006 Lake Minnewaska Fall Walleye Classic on Minnkota Outdoors this Sunday, April 1 at 8 a.m. The operator at FSN forgot to push the sound button for the audio for the first 9 minutes of last Sunday's show so it will re-air this Sunday. The show will also be on KSTC Forty5 this Saturday, March 31 at 10 a.m......Steve, I'll call you back later today.

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I did catch most of the show this past weekend, Looks good,congrats.

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