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Chris Haley

Taber's walleye tournament

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There are still 11 spots open and Ron is sticking to the $10,000 1st place. The other amounts will be adjusted if it does not fill.

Entry $500

1st PLACE $10,000

2nd Place $4,000

3rd Place $2,500

4th Place $1,200

5th Place $800

6th Place $700

7th Place $650

8th Place $600

9th Place $550

10th Place $500

PAYOUTS BASED ON FULL FIELD

Only 50 boats allowed.

Call Ron @ 218-751-5781

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It's going to be busy on Bemidji that weekend - that is the same weekend as the Frank Schneider Memorial muskie tourney.

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I heard Chad Benson and Bucky Leeper won it, and had big-fish as well. Congrats on 11 g's!

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is there anywhere a person can get more info? Or did anybody fish it that is willing to post the results?

Thanks

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Place Team Total BF

1 Chad Benson, Bemidji MN Buck Leeper, Guthrie MN 17lb 3oz 6lb 3oz

2 Bruce Berglund, Tenstrike MN Andy Fisher, Tenstrike MN 12lb 15oz 5lb 4oz

3 Mike McKee, Bemidji MN Tim Vigen, Bemidji MN 12lb 10oz 5lb 8oz

4 Cheri Schulta, Woodruff WI Jim Schulta, Woodruff WI 11lb 7oz 5lb 14oz

5(tie) Jay Reiplinger, Bemidji MN Scott Gregerson, Cass Lake MN 10lb 1oz 3lb 14oz

5(tie) Dustin Solberg, Bemidji MN Brian Schneider, Guthrie MN 10lb 1oz 3lb 14oz

7 Robb Detschman, Bemidji MN Bill Nelson, Bemidji MN 9lb 15oz 2lb 7oz

8 Duane Reese, Bemidji MN Bryan Campbell, Bemidji MN 9lb 11oz 2lb 8oz

9 Jay Hedin, Bemidji MN Bill Lundy, Bagley MN 9lb 10oz 3lb 7oz

10 Virgil Malbraaten, Blackduck MN Pat Rooney, Bena MN 9lb 7oz 3lb 4oz

11 Larry Eichstadt, Bemidji MN Jon Church, Bemidji MN 9lb 7oz 2lb 14oz

12 Al Kendall, Bemidji MN Mike Barclay, Bemidji MN 9lb 1oz 3lb 12oz

13 Mark Christianson, Walker MN Harv Lueck, Laporte MN 8lb 15oz

14 Rick Engelmann, Hoople ND Richie Schumacher, Grafton ND 8lb 11oz 2lb 5oz

15 Pete Harsh, Sauk Centre MN Chris Haley, Bemidji MN 7lb 13oz 2lb 2oz

16 Kelly Curb, Bemidji MN Mike Kelly, Bemidji MN 7lb 7oz 4lb 12oz

17 Carl Adams, Blackduck MN Ryan Klein, Bemidji MN 7lb 6oz 2lb 2oz

18 Charlie Bumgardner, Bemidji MN Andy Folkers, Bemidji MN 6lb 8oz 2lb 8oz

19 Paul Nelson, Bemidji MN Brian Brosdahl, Max MN 6lb 8oz 1lb 10oz

20 Mike Everhart, Bemidji MN Jeff Everhart, Bemidji MN 6lb 6oz 2lb 9oz

21 Kellen Rasmussen, Sauk Rapids MN Brian Krupke, St. Cloud MN 6lb 4oz

22 Terry Smith, Puposky MN Brian Smith, Puposky MN 6lb 3oz

23 Dave Hanson, Bemidji MN Kelly Hanson, Bemdji MN 6lb 0oz

24 Sean Colter, Grand Rapids MN Dave Hernesman, Cohasset MN 5lb 15oz

25 Joe Dukek, Bemidji MN John Dukek, Fargo ND 5lb 10oz

26 Paul Friesen, Bemidji MN Dan Stier, Clearwater MN 5lb 8oz 2lb 6oz

27 Jeremy Ruehle, Madison MN Mike Odor, Urbandale IA 5lb 7oz

28 Jeremy Hagman, Bemidji MN Roger Hagman, Bemidji MN 5lb 1oz 3lb 2oz

29 Al Binkley, Shevlin MN Luke Glime, Bemidji MN 5lb 0oz 2lb 4oz

30 Brian Pater, Blackduck MN Tom Studniski, Avon MN 4lb 12oz

31 Doug Underthun, Bemidji MN Brian Shaw, Bemidji MN 4lb 3oz

32 Nate Hurlburt, Bemidji MN Roger White, Bemidji MN 2lb 4oz

33 Jay Benson, Becida MN Jack Benson, Oakdale MN 1lb 5oz

34 Travis Giffen, Thief River Falls MN J.T. Anderson, East Grand Forks ND 0

Kelly Juelson, Hines MN Dan Juelson, Hines MN 0

Stefanie Benson, Bemidji MN Eric Lindquist, Warroad MN 0

Kevin Kraft, Maple Grove, MN Matt Phelps, Bemidji MN 0

Brian Davis, Bemidji MN Peter Erickson, Laporte MN 0

Dan Schultz, Vergas MN Chad Shannon, Vergas MN 0

Andy Eichstadt, Bemidji MN Brandon Daniels, Bemidji MN 0

Dan Rude, Bemidji MN Craig Peterson, Bemidji MN 0

James Hanson, Shevlin MN Pat Juelson, Hines MN 0

Todd Lewis, Bemidji MN Cody Lewis, Bemidji MN 0

Jeff Marden, Bemidji MN Ken Norenberg, Bemidji MN 0

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No surprise there, whenever Chad and Bucky are teamed up they seem to win, looks like there was a big fish involved in that event too!

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