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Corey Bohn

Minnewaska Fall Walleye Classic priority signup Jan. 2-16

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Teams who fished this past year's 2007 Warrior Boats Lake Minnewaska Fall Walleye Classic will have two weeks to signup (Jan. 2-Jan. 16, 2008) to maintain their priority status and to be guaranteed a spot in this coming year's 2008 tournament. The 2008 tournament field will be limited to 75 teams while the 75 teams who fished last year's tournament will have priority entry from Jan. 2-Jan. 16. New teams wishing to fish the 2008 tournament can begin to enter on Jan. 17 with all remaining spots to be filled on a first-paid, first-guaranteed basis. Entry forms for the 2008 Warrior Boats Fall Walleye Classic can be obtained by going to the official tournament website at: www.fallwalleyeclassic.com or by calling Corey Bohn at 320-424-1382. Email inquiries can be sent to: minnkotaoutdoors@msn.com Entry fee remains $350 with the first place payout of $6,000 guaranteed. In addition, Warrior Boats will award an additional $7,500 if the 2008 winner is the original owner and fishing from a 2007 or newer Warrior Boat.

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primetime49

Corey

did you film this falls tourney and if so when and where can we watch it??

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Corey Bohn

Yes I did film it and it will be on TV in mid-March. I'll post the dates and times closer to the actual dates.

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Corey Bohn

There is about 3-4 minutes of video highlights from this past year's 2007 tourney on Minnewaska on the tournament website at www.fallwalleyeclassic.com. Scroll down on the homepage to the video window and click play. Outdoor show on the tourney will air in late March.

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primetime49

web site and preview look really good

keep it up

watched some of last tourneys etc

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