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Last Saturday's Walleye Tournament

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Anybody know the results of last Saturday's walleye tournament? With the cold front I was expecting tough conditions. However our group of guys pounded the walleyes in shallow water during the middle of the day. We hit our typical morning and evenings spots after a long night at the VC and three Bamboozles! We released many fish over 20 inches (no 26+ inch fish). We were not fishing the tournament. We were strcictly catch and release on Saturday.

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Results are on the City Auto Glass website. I particpated and the walleye bite was good. Much better than the weather. Only one fish over 26 inches, 28". Almost all teams, 51 , brought in the 6 fish boat limit. Lots of 15-16 7/8" eyes. All fish entered were released. Numerous presentations were working.

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