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Mr. Nailz

Northstar Spring Classic

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Anybody know if they are posting results anywhere? Also what time is Saturdays weigh in? Thanks everybody.

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Here is what happened on a beautiful Friday on LOW. The

winds were light and the sun was out a good deal of the day.

1st place Michael Axen & Tom Peloquin from Blaine with

2 big fish and 4 that measured. 23.8 pounds

2nd place Tom Schuster and Jason Schuster of Baudette

16.01 pounds

3rd Mike Lindholm and Curt Quesnell of Thief River and

Newfolden 15.98 pounds

4th Doug VanStone of Mound and Doug Hagen of Baudette

15.17 pounds

5th Brian Donner and Randy Green of Ogema 13.59

6th Sean Westman of Andover and Jeremy Westman of East

Bethel 12.14 pounds

7th Jerrett Hoscheid of Moorhead and Brett Loeks of Fargo

11.81 pounds

8th Kent Christianson Baudette and Harv Lueck of Akeley

11.55 pounds

9th Al Thompson and Brock Dahl of Baudette 11.47

10th Ryan Gregoire and Pat Knutson EGF 10.41

11th Rick Amundson-Baudette and Jason Amundson EGF 10.27

12th Travis Carlson (Travis C)Larimore ND and Jeremy Jagol

Albertville 10.26

13th Todd Prickett TRF and Kurt Kainz Fargo 10.09

14th Brett Whitlock Roseau-Rob Dorey Warroad 10.02

15th Don Hecht Grand Forks-Ron Galstad EGF 9.92

16th Tom Briggs Baudette-Jerry Riege White Bear Lake


17th Rory Haugen Goodridge and Shayne Anderson TRF 9.14

18th Clayton keister Blaine-Robert Riege White Bear Lake


19th Lorne Jonasson Rainy River Ont-Mark Sindelir Baudette


20th Tom Stay & Steve Mollbert of Baudette 8.5

21st Chris Atwater Nisswa-Scott Whipps Ham Lake 8.45

22nd Scott Stevens Ogema-Steve Paul Waubun 7.49 pounds

23rd Chad Paulson & Ryan Horacheck of Goodridge 6.11 pounds

24th Steve Amunrud Blaine-Brian Lane Mounds View 3.69

Big Fish of the day 9.85 caught by the leaders(one of two

they weighed) and one of more than two that they caught in

the secret spot.

Thats day one

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