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Corey Bohn

Alexandria Chain Spring Walleye Classic final leaderboard results

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Here's the final leaderboard from the Warrior Boats - Alexandria Chain of Lakes Spring Walleye Classic held June 5-6, in Alexandria, MN. Sorry it took a while to get this posted as my laptop got wet during the rain at the Day 2 weigh-ins, and I had to get some keys on my keyboard replaced.

Note: BF=Big Fish in leaderboard below. Each big fish weight is followed by an asterisk as such, 6.87*

Some final stats: 43 teams; 268 walleyes caught; 247 successfully released (92%); average weight per fish caught= 2.53-lbs.;Day 1 biggest walleye = 7.80-lbs.; Day 2 biggest walleye = 8.08-lbs; major cold front conditions--day before tourney was 76 degrees, Day 1 was 63 degrees, and Day 2 a high of 49; Number of fish caught Day 1 was 140, with a total of 128 caught on Day 2; four teams brought limits to the scale that surpassed 20-lbs., and two of those broke 21-lbs.

Payouts: 1st--$6,000; 2nd--$1,400; 3rd--$1,200; 4th--$1,000; 5th--$800; 6th--$600; 7th--$400; 8th--$350. Prize payouts for 9th through 15th place consisting of Stearns competitor series lifejacket and a Digger Anchor.

Place- Name- Day 1 Wt.- # Fish- *BF- Day 2 Wt.- # Fish- *BF- Total

1 Winterfeldt/Herd 20.20 (6) 7.23* 14.50 (5) =34.70

2 Mittag/Shatek 15.72 (6) 4.90* 17.54 (6) =33.26

3 Herd/Brinkman 11.18 (6) 21.68 (6) 7.49* =32.86

4 Seidl/Knutson 10.58 (3) 6.18* 20.84 (6) 8.08* =31.42

5 Klasen/Krohn 14.87 (6) 4.00* 16.23 (6) 6.04* =31.10

6 Team Becker 21.48 (6) 7.80* 7.38 (4) =28.86

7 Schaeffer/Henkels 15.70 (6) 12.29 (6) =27.99

8 Jensen/Nikolas 10.91 (6) 16.60 (5) =27.51

9 Neumann/Greengo 13.31 (6) 12.58 (6) =25.89

10 Dyrstad/Miller 16.68 (6) 8.48 (6) =25.16

11 Schmitz/Loscheider 11.84 (2) 7.07* 12.43 (5) 5.58* =24.27

12 Team Wink 13.64 (6) 10.45 (6) =24.09

13 Sumstad/Jorud 6.58 (1) 6.58* 16.68 (6) =23.26

14 Team Nodland 7.42 (2) 15.24 (3) 7.16* =22.66

15 Team Norenberg 14.99 (5 ) 4.93* 7.19 (3) =22.18

16 Bugher/Narvesson 14.79 (4) 6.49 (3) =21.28

17 Team Justi 11.90 (3) 6.67* 8.96 (3) =20.86

18 Tingum/Lindley 5.88 (2) 14.27 (3) 7.29* =20.15

19 Yach/Hogan 6.92 (4) 12.64 (6) =19.56

20 Bettin/Mellesmoen 13.02 (6) 5.96 (3) =18.98

21 Eigen/Barlage 8.87 (5) 9.54 (2) 7.90* =18.41

22 Team Lentsch 10.34 (5) 7.25 (4) =17.59

23 Team Wohlers 7.13 (1) 7.13* 9.20 (5) =16.33

24 Team Lilienthal 6.67 (4) 7.24 (3) =13.91

25 Team Herd 8.41 (4) 4.11 (1) =12.52

26 Team Peters 7.55 (5) 4.16 (3) =11.71

27 Price/Tetrick 3.64 (2) 7.10 (4) =10.74

28 Servin/Grochow 10.24 (6) 0 0 =10.24

29 Blume/Melchert 7.70 (3) 1.06 (1) =8.76

30 Team Andersen 4.87 (3) 3.72 (2) =8.59

31 Elke/Bollman 6.51 (4) 1.32 (1) =7.83

32 Reyelts/Capper 0 0 7.06 (2) 5.52* =7.06

33 Keenan/Nixt 6.85 (3) 0 0 =6.85

34 Schlemmer/Thoreson 3.84 (2) 0 0 =3.84

35 Team Berle 3.67 (2) 0 0 =3.67

36 Team Helgut 0 0 2.38 (1) =2.38

37 Team Svihel 0 0 1.54 (1) =1.54

43 Team Kresha 0 0 0 0 0

43 Team Sauers 0 0 0 0 0

43 Team Sylvester 0 0 0 0 0

43 Althaus/Meyer 0 0 0 0 0

43 Team Arnquist 0 0 0 0 0

Team Mittag/Shatek who finished second overall, were one of two boats eligible to win an additional $7,500 in Warrior Boats Contingency Cash if owning, fishing from, and winning, in a 2008 or newer Warrior Boat.

Winners of the Hubsband/Wife or Boyfriend/Girlfriend Division were Glen and Belinda Wink, Alexandria, MN, with a two-day total weight of 24.09-lbs. Winning the Father/Son/Daughter Division were Rich and Ryan Nodland, Alexandria, MN, with a two-day total of 22.66-lbs. Division winners received an added $250 and were eligible to win the overall cash and prize payouts.

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