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does anyone know how many boats are entered in the tourney this weekend?

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I've heard there is about twenty something teams that fish the entire circuit. On top of that, I'm not sure. Heard that they had about 75 teams up at whitefish a couple weeks ago.

Hopefully they get a bunch in this one.

Guess We'll find out tongue.gif

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Chub, why get your money? All you may need is one fish and you could be in the top 10 places to get your entry back.

I'll sell you a fish wink.gif $1.25 per OZ. LOL

good luck guys i was on green most of friday. Only 1 smallie 14", 2 walleyes, No pike, oh ya 1 rock bass.

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I didn't say I wanted my money back. I think I'm good for one fish....LOL grin.gif Wow what a tough bite. What kinda boat were you in? I'm sure we may have crossed paths.

Way I got it figured, if nothing else, I'm gonna catch sunfish and rock bass tongue.gif

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Chub what boat where you in? Or what place did you end up? I was out fishing in that tourney too. It was a tough bite, I didnt catch my first fish until 11AM and then it was a 13" one too. Later I got a fish to bring in but thats all. I missed a few fish also but all-in-all it was tough.

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Tough is an understatement. I know there are those that say walleye fishing has never been better out there, but to those people, I say you must have never caught much to begin with.

We caught two fish.(walleyes) Came in 11th.

The lake is full of an unbelievable amount of forage right now, but there seems to be a lack of walleyes.

If it woulda been a sunfish tourny I would have done better tongue.gif The lake is full of sunfish.

You came by me two weeks ago when I was up on top of the haystack jigging in the weeds putting on a rock bass clinic...lol.

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Ok, I know which boat you were in.

Lol, we need a rock bass tournament! I caught so many of those stupid things it gets sickening! I even catch them on a #7 Shad Rap trolling! I call those things "red lake walleyes" b/c they're all over. That and your right, there is a lot of sunfish too.

For the tourney we weighed one 19" fish and caught one other that was 13". Also missed about 4 other fish so it was kind of disappointing.

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coulda been worse, I know a few of the guys that came from out of town paid for motels and all that fun stuff, fished for days........and never caught zip crazy.gif

I'm sure most of the out of towners have crossed Green off their walleye vacation hotspots...LOL

I tried shad rappin' for about a hundred feet and caught sunfish and largemouth bass tongue.gif

It was a miserable bite.

I'm gonna try to catch some of those big sunnies though. Some guys with cameras also said they saw a fair amount of crappies too.

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I keep telling myself that I am going to go out on green with my ultra light and go after some huge panfish. But its either the challenge of the walleyes or the fight of the smallies that gets me. tongue.gif

I also thought I seen a few crappies out there. But then again, are they crappies or rock bass? They look close to the same on the camera but then again Im going to have to get my ultra light out one day and just find out! grin.gif

LOL, I think that tourney scared away some people. It was still fun for me since it was only my second tourney. Im still waiting for that panfish tourney though! Im going to troll #7 Shad raps to get them too! HAHA

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I told a couple guys about the humps on the noerthwest end.

b/c i had caught some nice fish there, sounds like it worked. but I have not heard from 1 of the guys yet?

another guy I work with said he 4 smallies over 19 1/2" in the same spot he got his walleyes.

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