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North Star Walleye Classic Final

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Windy windy windy with incredible weights for any Walleye

tourney, even better because of the slot. 8 more big fish

today after 6 biggees yesterday.

Check this, all but one of the over 28 inchers came while

anchoring in 30 feet of water in the middle of nowhere.

Many came from out near the 9 footer but at least one

came a couple of miles from the Twin Islands.

1 Michael Axen and Tom Peloquin 46.25

2 Brett Whitlock and Rob Dorey 32.68

3 Lorne Jonassen and Mark Sindelir 31.84

4 Tom Schuster and Jason Schuster 31.15

5 Sean Westman and Jeremy Westman 26.82

6 Doug Van Stone and Doug hagen 25.26

7 Mike Lindholm and Curt Quesnell 23.49 (Americas team)

8 Rick Amundson and Jason Amundson 22.02

9 Kent Christianson and Harv Lueck 21.90

10 Don Hecht and Ron Galstad 21.84

11 Jerrett Hoscheid and Brett Loeks 20.06

12 Al Thompson and Brock Dahl 19.94

13 Ryan Gregoire and Pat Knutson 19.15

14 Todd Prickett and Kurt Kainz 18.95

15 Tom Briggs and Jerry Riege 17.94

16 Scott Stevens and Steve Paul 17.49

17 Tom Stay and Steve Mollberg 17.18

18 Brian Donner and Randy Green 16.41

19 Travis Carlson and Jeremy Jagel 14.18

20 Chad Paulson and Ryan Horacheck 11.45

21 Rory Haugen and Shayne Anderson 10.92

22 Clayton Keister and Robert Riege 8.93

23 Chris Atwater and Scott Whipps 8.45

24 Steve Amunrud and Brian Lane 4.73

This is big fun and there should have been

another 24 entries. Get a partner and find

out about competitive fishing. It is addicting.

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