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Jimmy's Pizza - Little Crow Anglers Walleye Tourney results

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31 Teams participated Saturday May 30th and Sunday May 31st , 2009.

After several days of calm consistent weather, strong north winds greeted the anglers on Saturday leaving questions of what the weather change would do to the fishing. After Saturdays weigh in it was apparent that the weather change did not hurt the fishing and possibly might have made the fishing better for some teams. 9 teams on Saturday had weights of over 14.75 pounds with the team of Duininck and Duininck leading with 18.25 pounds. Saturday had 12 teams with 6 walleye limits.

Sunday started with 10 MPH winds from the south, southeast soon becoming strong southerly winds with gusts to 25 MPH. The fishing was not as productive as Saturdays although many teams had a productive Sunday. On Sunday there were 10 teams with 6 walleye limits. Only 3 teams had weights of over 14 pounds with Saturdays second place team of Oman and Olson having the largest day 2 weight of 15.17 pounds.

There was a total 212 walleyes caught with a total weight of 462.83 pounds for an average weight 2.18 pounds.

With the quantity and size of the walleyes caught it appears that the Green lake walleye population is in good condition. All walleyes that were not able to be released after the weigh in were donated to the local Let’s Go Fishing chapter for their senior’s walleye dinner. All proceeds from the tournament go to the Little Crow Anglers for the improvement of fishing in the Little Crow Lakes Region.


1st Shawn Oman and Scott Olson 31.62 lbs $3000 + Trophy

2nd Don Neubarth and Rich Schnitzke 29.77 lbs $2000 + Trophy

3rd Dave Duininck and Kris Duininck 29.15 lbs $1500 + Trophy

4th Bruce Dexter and Al Setrum 28.44 lbs $720

5th Kurt Novotny and Dale Ryks 28.13 lbs $600

6th Tim Servin and Dean Grachow 27.58 lbs $480

7th Kevin Fladeboe and Scott Swanson 27.09 lbs $420



1st Neubarth and Schnitzke 6.1 lbs $100

2nd Duininck and Duininck 5.65 lbs $50


1ST Ryks and Ryks 6.85 lbs $100 + Trophy

2nd Neubarth and Schnitzke 6.36 lbs $50

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