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Two river lake tournament

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gtofast1

Was the tournament this weekend? How did everyone do? Good weather for it on Saturday. Till the temp dropped.

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stcloud_walleye

I've been in this tourney for the past 16 years.... this year was one of the best weather-wise, but it was by far the worst for catching walleyes. From what I heard few people were having any luck... I didn't even stick around this year to see what was weighed in!

Anyone know how many pounds took 1st place?

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fishinbum

I heard fishing was also slow. Winners had 18 pounds and a few ounces. I guess they figured out the walleyes. Second dropped down to 13 lbs.

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ASMOLEY

Yes it was a very slow day on the lake caught a few bottle bass and a nasty sunburn but no walleyes. We saw a few caught surprisingly during the noon hour. All our boat could catch were crappies. Where the heck were they in the winter?

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merc

Not very good fishing this year, the bright spot was Pelican had three of the top ten places. That hasn't happened in years. I guess stocking the bigger walleye may be helping. Tenth place was only five pounds and there were a lot of boats that were skunked. That's fishing!!

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