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2006 area walleye league results

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walleyeking#8

Another year comes to an end, a great year to say the least. Now we all have next season to look forward to besides all the other outdoor activities all of us do each fall. The area walleye league started back on may 25th and finished up on Aug. 31st. This year the league fished a wide variety of lakes starting with lake swenson on the first evening. Some of the other lakes that we fished throughout the league year were, long (by willmar), big kandi, norway, nest, florida, diamond, green and eagle. Some lakes turned out to be producers for most teams and others seem to produce for only a few teams. On the last night the top 5 teams started the night in a tight race for 1st place, but at the end of the night team Boike/Gary brought in enough fish to take the lead and end up this years winners. Results went like this:

1. Chad B./Scott G. 60pts

2. Jayson C./Karl W. 56pts

3. Dave C./Kurt D. 41pts

4. Scott B. and daughter 39pts

5. Gary K./Rick K. 35pts

6. Joe J./ Daryl J. 28pts

7. Daryl D./ Lee B. 11pts

I would like to personally thank everyone who participated in the 2006 area walleye league and would also like to put out a big thank you to J at J's bait for all he has done for this years league. Its never to early to start planning for the upcoming year, so that is just what I will be working on this fall and winter. Tentative starting date for the 2007 WCWL will be May 24th.

I would like to welcome any new teams who are interested in joining the walleye league. For information regarding league, send email to monbuck8@yahoo.com.

Would love to see some more teams join for the upcoming year. Once again a big thank you to all participants and look forward to another great year in 2007.

Any questions or comments, drop me some mail.

walleyeking

monbuck8@yahoo.com

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J'sBait&Sport

YOU ARE WELCOME WALLEYKING # 8,

I TRY TO HELP OUT THE LOCAL FISHING/OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES WHERE I CAN...I KNOW WITH EVERYTHING BEING SO HIGH, EXPENSES ADDS UP AND FOR FAMILY ACTIVITIES LIKE FISHING & HUNTING I TRY TO HELP OUT WHERE I CAN....

GLAD TO SEE THAT YOU HAD A GOOD TURN OUT THIS YEAR.

MIGHT BE JOINING YOU GUYS NEXT YEAR AS WIFE FINALLY HAD THE TWIN BOYS COUPLE OF WEEKS AGO....(THANK GOD THEY ARE GOOD AND HEALTHY AND FINALLY HOME WITH MAMA) WHICH MAY GIVE ME MORE TIME TO FISH AND GET BACK TO REGULAR STUFF AT THE SHOP.

LATER,

J.

P.S. Sorry for the caps forgot that was on.

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countryboy9799

Sign me up for next year again. It was alot of fun and it was cool it only got rained out 1 night.

Scott

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dcoleman

Twas fun!! Kurt and I will be there as well! Hopefully we can find a few more anglers before next year !?

See ya guys on the ice this winter.

Dave

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