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SW MN Fishing Club Lickness Memorial Walleye Tourney-Lake Sarah-Sep20

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The 2nd Annual Brian "Otter" Lickness Memorial Walleye Tournament will be held Sept 20th on Lake Sarah. This is a great fall walleye lake and a great tourney put on by the South West Minnesota Fishing Club.

As of 8-13 there are only 8 spots left out of 50.

Entry Fee is $50 per boat, two fishermen per boat. There will be a mandatory rules meeting and door prizes on Friday Sep 19 at 7pm at the "Grain Exchange" restaurant in Slayton. At least one member of team must attend.

Check in begins at 6:30am at the county park landing on the west side of the lake. Shotgun start at 7:30am and weigh-in is at 2:30pm.

There is a 6 fish limit per boat at any time during the tournament with a minimum size of 15" and only 1 fish over 20".

Prizes based on 50 boats

1st-$800

2nd-$500

3rd-$325

4th-$200

5th-$150

6th-$125

7th-10th - $50

Contact Larry or Angela Anderson at 507-360-3973 or

507-360-8565 for information or questions.

Entry may be mailed before Sept 9th to:

SWMFC

P.O. Box 4

Worthington, MN 56187

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To save yourself a spot entries need to be sent in as soon as possible as this tournament will fill out. There was a waiting list last year, and I can assure you it will fill again. Call the number listed above to enter and take part in a great tournamnet which yeilded 2 fish over 10lb last year.

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I was just informed the tournament is being expanded to 60 teams and there is 6 spots still open. Contact the numbers posted at the top of this thread for more info. Walleyes should be puttin the feed bag on about then. Should be a good tourney.

Actually three about ten pounds but the one my boat caught, we had to release because we already tagged our one fish over 20" which was 24". Made for a nice picture and a good story.

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