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The North Metro Muskies Inc Chapter League is set for 2015.

If you are interested in joining our club we will be at George's MN Muskie Expo in April and can sign you up right there.

You can also sign up online we are Chapter 21.

North Metro Muskie League 2015

Cost = FREE

We have an East Metro Lake option and a West Metro Lake option. You can fish one or the other and get points- no fishing 2 lakes and getting extra points. We have also added one “Any tiger lake in the metro” June16th and some more options for the August nights.

This is an ON YOUR HONOR based league. A photo of any fish counted is preferred but not mandatory. Participants must report back within 48 hours after fishing an event.

Scoring-

3 points for fishing a league event

2 points for a partner

BONUS 5 points (changed from 2 points last year) if the partner is; 1) a new member of the chapter 2) a Jr member 3) a member of the T.C. chapter during mini challenge. Max of 10 points if you do not catch a fish.

You can only count 1 partner for each event and each partner counts only 1 time.

Scoring Change-10 points for a 30” Muskie 1 point for each inch over 30” scored to the nearest half inch. (i.e. 40.5” = 20.5 points).

Fishing Times

June / July 5:00 PM to 9:30 PM Saturday June 27th 6:00 AM – 12:00 PM

August 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM Tuesday’s

Schedule

June

2nd – St Croix River--- Inland season closed yet

9th - Bald Eagle –East Option Independence - West Option

16th –Rush Lake- East Option Waconia – West option or ***Any Tiger Lake in the Metro***

23th - Forest- East Option Minnetonka- West option

27th (Saturday) - North Metro fishing and picnic day- Forest, Bald Eagle and White Bear

July

7th White Bear and Bald Eagle – Chapter Mini Challunge with TC – Losers buy Pizza Afterwards!

August–

4th White Bear- East option Waconia- West option

11th Forest – East option Minnetonka- West option

18th Rush or St. Croix River - East option (s) Sugar and Eagle - West option(s)

25th Bald Eagle or White Bear-East option(s) Independence or Minnetonka - West option

25th Final League Night Celebration- Pizza Afterwards near White Bear Lake- Chapter buys!

League Night Prizes:

1st place Trophy Phantom Lure + a traveling trophy

2nd- 3rd Trophy Phantom Lures

The Awards will be held during the December 15th, 2015 Holiday Lure Exchange meeting

Participation Drawing!

For each League event a North Metro Member participates in, they will get one raffle ticket placed in the end of season drawing held at the December 15th Members meeting for a grand prize. If you fished 5 nights, you get 5 chances. Non-members are always welcome to our league nights and picnic but only count for the 2 partner points.

Prizes:

Grand Prize “St Croix Tournament Legend 9 ft rod”

Drawing for “Lures” for each league night- 10 people fished = 1 in 10 chance

Reporting:

Reporting will by e-mail to [email protected] within 48 hours after the days event. Please include your name, who your partner was and if they are a new member, Jr member or a member of the T.C. chapter.

All updates will be posted on the nmmuskies.com as well as the Muskiefirst’s organizations forum.

Steve Sorgenfrei

NMMI League Chairperson

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