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genio in duluth

12th Annual Kolar ALS Walleye Tournament

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genio in duluth

Kolar Toyota ALS Walleye Tournament

Saturday, June 2, 2007 on Island Lake - Duluth, MN

Please join us Saturday, June 2nd, 2007 for the 12th Annual Kolar Toyota ALS Walleye Tournament! The tournament will be held at Island Lake just 15 miles north of Duluth to benefit this wonderful cause.

The event actually begins Friday night, June 1st with a Famous Dave's rib dinner, an opening reception and an opportunity to hear from our celebrities and a brief rules meeting. The fishing competition begins Saturday morning and continues throughout the day. The weekend culminates with a silent auction, live auction, dinner and awards presentation on Saturday night.

Kolar Toyota, our new title sponsor, has donated our Grand Door Prize: a one-year lease on a 2007 Toyota Tundra to be given away at the awards dinner on Saturday, June 2. All fishing participants, 400 in all, will be entered into the drawing.

For more information and a registration form, contact the ALS Association, MN Chapter:

333 North Washington Ave, Ste. 105

Minneapolis, MN 55401

Local: 612.672.0484

Toll Free: 888.672.0484

Fax: 612.672.9110

Sandy@alsmn.org

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Northlander

So is there or isnt there still spots open? Ive heard conflicting info on this.

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genio in duluth

Northlander, as of this morning there were 30 boat openings left to fill.

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Wade Joseph

Whats the entry fee? Where can I get a flier? Is it online?

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ripstick

Steve are you thinking on fishing this call me.

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Surface Tension

Wade, $350.

You can download a registration form HERE

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fisherslanding

Thanks for posting the form ST. What are the regs...12 biggest walleyes?

Thanks

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SKIPPERS KID

It is a one day deal. I think it is your 6 biggest for the day.

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Northlander

Wade you better do a lot of saving up if you want to do the ALS and Grand Slam next year. ALS is pretty pricey for a 1 day tourney but some people get donations to help them pay their entry fees.

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genio in duluth

Wade it's $350 per two man team and you can bring 6 fish to the weigh-in. Each angle gets a tournament bag and shirt plus dinner on Friday and Saturday nights.

Genio in duluth

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cody

There are 15 boat openings for for the 12th Annual Kolar ALS Walleye Tournament.

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