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4th Annual Fall Frenzy


Paul Waldowski

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When: Friday, Saturday, Sunday, October 8,th, 9th, 10th.

Where: Appeldoorn's Sunset Bay Resort.

Agenda:

Friday:

3:00 - 5:00 check-in, followed by a meet and greet

5:00 - 6:00 Tolling Seminar by Tony Roach

6:00 - 7:00 Taco Bar

7:00 - ???? Let the trolling frenzy begin

Saturday:

AM - Breakfast on your own and then open morning

4:00 - 6:00 Steak Dinner and Tactic Sharing Session

7:00 - ???? Time to implement everything that we learned

Sunday:

AM - Breakfast on your own and then open fishing

2:00 - Checkout

Cost is $100 per person based upon double occupancy.

Space is limited so call now to get registered.

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I'm hoping to make it back to the Fall Frenzy this year. I was at the first two Fall Frenzy's but had to miss last year's due to a conflict with another trip. Sure would like to get back for this one!

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Hey Harvey Lee are we in again? Lets do this.

I would love to go Steve but I have the weekend planed for a archery trip to North Dakota.

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Bummer! Perchjerker let me know if you have room in your boat/cabin otherwise maybe Ill bring my rig down.

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the 100$ includes the tacos and steak

thinkin hard bout comin..

or 200$ for me and the little lady?

whats the rule on pets (dog)???

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Greg,

Correct on the $200 for you and the little lady. The $200 also includes the food. Dogs are more than welcome but must be leashed and cleaned up after.

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  • 'we have more fun' FishingMN Builders

we looked at your cabins

VERY NICE she cant wait to go now

gregg52 are you going to be riding a 2 up sled this year also! confused Sorry just had to do it! laugh Have fun up there you two!

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  • 'we have more fun' FishingMN Builders

Naaaaaaaaa we sat on the rev

her in front of me turned towards me fits great !!!!!!!!!!

Don't forget I ride a 2 up, so we can always switch sleds for the day and I'll ride your hot one! laugh Ok I'll stop high jacking this thread!

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Thanks everyone for all the calls and interest shown in this event.

We are now full for this event.

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  • Your Responses - Share & Have Fun :)

    • Hookmaster
      Kudos for doing this. I'm sure a lot of fishermen would not have.
    • MikeG3Boat
      I know it has been raining all week but anyone have any walleye reports?  Heading up for the holiday weekend and want to do some fishing.
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    • SkunkedAgain
      Those are some fine specimens. Great job
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    • leech~~
      Nice work!   Here's two words you hardly ever hear anyone say anymore.  "grateful and humbled"   
    • Brianf.
      RLG, thanks for the shout-out!     Jeff and I are still trying to wrap our heads around what happened this past weekend.  We are humbled and full of gratitude  for having won 'The Classic' for a second time.     We practiced through all the rain on Thurs and the wind on Friday and found six different spots holding big fish.  Fishing was good on both days with several 'overs' in our catch...but would it hold up for another day?   We didn't know.     On tourney day, we made a long run to our first spot where I lucked out on a 26.5"er on my second cast.  Jeff followed up with a thick 27" er a few minutes later, which turned out to be the big fish for the event at 7.26lbs.  We finished out our limit and weighed-in at 10:30 am for the welfare of the fish in our livewell.    There were some big weights in this event which would have won in most other years, but - for whatever reason - this was our day.  Everything just went our way.  Again, we are just super grateful and humbled by this success.  We also want to congratulate all the other anglers who did well and give a big 'thank you' to the tournament organizers who put on such a great event!  
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