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Fall Walleye Classic on Pelican near Brainerd


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Help us spread the word about a fun walleye tournament.

The Brainerd Walleye Alliance Fall Walleye Classic is next Sunday, September 21 on Pelican Lake (The Pelican lake just north of Brainerd, also near Pequot lakes). We will be based out of Breezy Point Resort.

We still have room for teams that are interested in fishing it. $100 entry per team for this one day tournament. Payout of over $4000 with a full field of 50 boats. We’ll have a 6 live fish limit per team.

For more info you can check out the Brainerd Area forum under the thread “Walleye Alliance Fall Walleye Classic on Pelican”

or call our Brainerd Walleye Alliance chapter president, Chris Erickson, at 218-821-0270 for information on registering.

Pelican lake is a fun lake to fish with lots of structure and a great population of walleye of all sizes. We hope you will consider coming to fish our tournament and learn about a new lake. We will release all live fish weighed.

The Brainerd Walleye Alliance is a chapter of the Minnesota Walleye Alliance, a conservation group dedicated to the improvement of walleye fishing opportunities, stocking efforts, habitat protection and more. We work with the DNR, lake associations and volunteer our time to things that help walleye populations. We do ask that one member of the tournament team become a member of the Minnesota walleye alliance. Membership is $20 annually for a great cause. You can become a member at the pre tournament meeting. Thanks for your time.

ccarlson

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    • Brianf.
      Saw on MPR that this year had been even warmer than 2012.  If this weather pattern continues, Lake V will be ice out before the March 28th date from 2012. 
    • Dash 1
      Awesome fish. Way to go.
    • gimruis
      That is a true giant slab around here.
    • chucker1101
      I did a lot of crappie fishing in 2012.   I'd say April 1 is a conservative guess. March 25 seems doable. Depends on the rain and the wind in March. 
    • CigarGuy
      Do you park at The Landing or have someplace closer? That would be a hall from The Landing!
    • SkunkedAgain
      I hate to start this thread early, but this ice doesn't have much of a chance this season. It's about half as thick as it should be, there is no snow cover to protect it from the March sun, and it continues to be abnormally warm. Let's hear those ice-out predictions.   I expect the smaller bays to be open by the last weekend of March with the main lake soon after, likely prior to April 1st. Earliest ice-out on record is March 28th, 2012.   On the plus side, the spawn be done long before fishing opener. Combine the reduced walleye harvest with the longer growing season, and this should translate into a better walleye class for the lake.
    • SkunkedAgain
      I walked into my place late Friday night. It was beautiful - a full moon, no snow and single digits so the lake was making all kinds of noise, wolves howling, and the kicker.....no wind. The only difficult component to walking was the ATV and snowmobile impressions left in the ice. Every once in a while my foot would catch a rise in the ice and I would stumble and almost fall. Besides that, it was a perfect night. Unfortunately I had a schedule to keep, otherwise I would have started a midnight bonfire to stay out and enjoy the evening even longer.
    • Mike89
    • Kettle
      Maybe a replica but it's still swimming 
    • smurfy
      So is it going on the wall??
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