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AIM Pro Walleye circuit is looking for YOU!


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7 fish daily limit of Catch Record and Release Walleyes of all sizes are the targets when the AIM Walleye circuit comes to Lake of the Woods the weekend of August 18th. Local anglers are welcome and encouraged to enter the Pro division. Whose got the guts!

Kurt Kainz, Tournament Director for the event will be on NCOR this coming Monday with the details. Start looking at how you can free up that time, get out to compete against and play the game with the biggest names in big time Pro Walleye fishing

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Wish I would have put in for time off and things weren't busy right now! I would really like to fish this event!

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It will cost you a week of your time also. Most times harder to get the time off than the money for the entry fee.

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NORM, I think the week time frame would include pre-fishing. At least thats how it used to work when I was fishing the bass tourneys......You've got time Norm, go get em

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I've considered doing it as a co.. But same as back when with the PWT I'd have a hard time not being able to say a word as to the bite wheres and whats. It'd drive me nuts to remain silent iffin I knew we were doing the wrong thing!

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Just a friendly reminder that the registration period that Pro Anglers have to sign up for this event closes Wednesday, August 8th at Midnight. Go online or call the AIM office 920-526-3399 to get registered.

The fishing is incredible on Lake of the Woods right now so don't miss out on this opportunity to fish against some of the best walleye anglers in North America.

KJK

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