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Walleye Tournament on Pokegama June 20th

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June 20th, 2009, 100 teams will take to Pokegama Lake in one of Minnesota’s largest Walleye Tournaments. Paul Bunyan Telephone is excited to bring you the 1st Annual Grand Rapids Area Chamber, Pokegama Lake Walleye Classic. Sign up today and get in on the ground floor!


1st - $15,000.00 + plaque

2nd -$10,000.00 + plaque

3rd - $5,000.00 + plaque

4th $2,500.00

5th $1,800.00

6th $1,600.00

7th $1,500.00

8th $1,400.00

9th $1,300.00

10th $1,200.00

11th $600.00

25th $600.00

50th $600.00

75th $600.00

"Payout Based On 100 Teams"

Google Pokegama Walleye Tourney for more info

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You will have to contact them directly. I am posting it here because Let's Go Fishing With Senior's pontoon will be the starting and ending point. (218) 259-8592

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Entry fee has been lowered

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How much lower?? Will this affect the payout?? I'm guessing with the economy and such, the original ticket price may have scared some away, but just a thought. How many boats so far? Any idea? Thanks.

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