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terrible_fisherman

Does anybody know about any fishing leagues for spring or summer open water in the saint cloud area? I would prefer a walleye league but bass works too if that is all that is around. Please post if you know of any. Thanks.

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goosekilla116

i dont know, but if u find one let me know dont like to get to serious just want to have fun

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therookie

i'm in as well,

let see so far we got a newbe, a bad fisherman, and a waterfoul reaper. anybody

else want to join our leauge?

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therookie

oops,

waste of an expensive education. league!

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bassNspear

there was a bigger league out of hutch, but im not sure if there doing it anymore or not.

Check the tournament forum, might be a great place to post there to get some information

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mlj554

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ANYFISH

I am a member of the Little Falls fishing league. We fish mainly lakes with 30 miles of LF, River by Sartell is our southern most, Mille lacs our farthest east, gull river to the north, and little birch to the west, to give an idea as to the area fished. We fish for the 15 weeks over summer, starting the week after opener (walleye/northern). It is multi-species and points are earned by length. It is very informal and not overly competitive, no money on the line, just small prizes and bragging rights. It a great league with many great anglers to learn from, anybody with any size rig or knowledge could join and have a great time. If intrested I can give you a contact number to our league president.

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robbo17

I'm working on the league schedule and everything else for the Wright County Fishing Club- "New Summer League" all lakes we fish will be in Wright County. 14 Wednesday Nights - 3 Sat. open tournaments and a Club tournament at the End of the season.

Multi-species league. Cost will be discussed at a later date.

If interested email-- [email protected]

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robbo17

Got a couple things figured out about the Wednesday night League in Wright County. The Schedule is somewhat done. We will be limiting the league to 10 boats. League will run 14 weeks. Your Top 10 weeks will be used for final standings.

email [email protected] if interested. Just a few spots open.

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Central Bassman

Check out classic bass . com Go to 2008 Tournament then scroll all the way to the bottom. There are some leagues posted on there with their contact information.

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JP Z

Any Brainerd Leagues with Openings???

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bassNspear

im sure there is a few out there, just have to find out what the names are of the leagues, and contact the people that run them.

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ANYFISH

FYI, The Little Falls Fishing League will hold it's organizational meeting on wednesday April 23rd @ the 10 Spot Bar and Lounge in Royalton at 6:30 pm. If interested come and check it out.

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