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Mille Lacs Full Throttle Results

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Hodges Jr and Hodges Sr Win there first tournament!

Fishing in their very first tournament James Hodges Jr. and James Hodges Sr. win the Mille Lacs Full Throttle tournament with one big fish at 28 1/4 inches weighing 6.90 lbs. The weather made for a tough bite for the 100 fishermen fishing the team walleye tournament. Northwest winds blowing up to an estimated 30 miles an hour made for a rodeo style boat ride in the big waves. Only one 5 fish limit of 14-18” slot fish was brought to the scales during the event by Kirk DeCamp and Paul Schneider weighing 6.33lbs. Third place was team Ranger Boats Joe Carlson and Matt Thompson who weighed in one 28” fish weighing 5.76lbs. 50 teams fished the event. For more complete results visit the Full Throttle HSOforum www.[YouNeedAuthorization].com.

1. James Hodgin Sr James Hodgin 6.9 lbs

2. Kirk DeCamp and Paul Schneider 6.33 lbs

3. Joe Carlson and Matt Thompson 5.76 lbs

4 Dan and Dave Nygaard 5.06 lbs

5. Kevin McQuoid and Eric McQuoid 4.93 lbs

Next Full Throttle Tournament is September 6th on the St.Croix river. You can still get in. Call 763-486-7508 to sign up. www.[YouNeedAuthorization].com

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