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Lake Minnetonka Results - 2/21/16

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Matt Johnson

Here are a few of the results from the event on Lake Minnetonka - North Arm Bay...

 

1st Place - Matt Milbrandt/Evan Ficek (6.745 pounds)

2nd Place - Shawn Lankki/Austin Schorn (6.585 pounds)

3rd Place - Kyle From/Aaron Carlson (6.44 pounds)

4th Place - Eric Linnell/Matt Brookman (6.21 pounds)

5th Place - Charles DeGrio/Matt Weber (5.995 pounds)

Big Fish - Kyle From/Aaron Calrson (1.025 pound Crappie)

 

For a complete list of the results... Lake Minnetonka Results - CLICK HERE

Also check out the UPL Facebook page for more photos from the event... UPL Facebook Page - CLICK HERE

Next and final event coming up in a couple weeks on Big Marine Lake!

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MN BassFisher

That was a fun event! There were sunfish everywhere. Crappies were holding tight to weeds.

Here are a few videos from the Aqua Vu while pre-fishing:  UPL Minnetonka

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IceHawk

Nice video really demonstrates how the fish relate to the good weeds, love how green they are . The video really represents what people should be looking for when searching for active pannies. and that's green weeds!

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