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MWT coming to Whitefish Chain

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2007 MWT Schedule

Qualifiers

May 20 Lac qui Parle Montevideo

June 10 Le Homme Dieu Chain Alexandria

July 8 Whitefish Chain Pine River

August 12 Mississippi River (Pool 4) Red Wing

Championship

Sept 8 & 9 Cass Lake

$250 entry per event

80% payback to the top 20% of teams

75 teams per Qualifier w/ top 30 to Championship

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If anyone is thinking about fishing some tourneys this season go with the MWT. I've been to a number of their events. It is all first class and the payouts are great. It is by far the top tournament circuit in MN. The Whitefish tournament should be awesome. Whitefish is prime during the first part of July. Right when our other local lakes start to slow down a little is when Whitefish turns on. Look for lots of nice chunky walleyes to be caught. Lots of different techniques should produce. Pulling crankbaits, spinners, live bait rigging, and even bobber fishing should catch fish. That will be a fun tournament.

Jason Erlandson

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