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Does anyone know the dates or where they are going to be in this next up and coming year? Thanks

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nothing on the FLW site, yet. Would be interested also if anyone knows anything.

MTT tentative schedule is out though.

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On a related side note, how many guys on this site fish these tournements?

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I have no idea I know i'm thinking about fishing it this year. Mtt would be something to look at too. I fished one of those before.

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You can always email FLW and ask them when the schedule will be out. They don't have the BLF done yet either so im sure they are working on them as well as the Walleyes tournament schedules

info@flwoutdoors.com

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I too have been kicking around the idea of fishing a few of the tournements but the guy I usually fish with is dragging his feet. I like that the MTT lets you pick your partner, does the FLW do that or do they draw your partner like the PWT did?

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you draw your partner the night before the tournament and go from there.

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Drake, if we catch you fishing a walleye tournament we will petition the "powers that be" and wamo... no more Tuesday night bass tournaments for you.LOL

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HAHA I know Wayne. I dont know what I will do then! haha lol

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FLW announced a while back that they are pulling out of all tournaments for walleyes, red fish, stipers, etc. The only thing they will be doing in 2009 is bass tournaments.

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The FLW is not pulling out of the Walleye field. They are just shutting down the other series for saltwater. Bass and Walleye remain strong. Check out the FLW Outdoors web site and you will get the information you are looking for. The Tournament dates have not been set yet.

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I've fished as a co angler for the last 3 years, its a blast. Always had great partners, and learned a lot. There has been a few rumurs floating around about fishing Leech in June. Just a rumur though.

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I have a pretty good source on the Leech tourney as well. I would say theres a 85% chance that will happen.

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Last year was my 5th year as a boater. It has been a blast fishing it. Leech would be a good lake to fish again. If anyone is thinking about fishing it, quit thinking and do it. You will never regret it. You get to meet new friends and learn new bodies of water and compete in a professionally run tournament. The price is right too. I have heard rumors they are looking at changing the format. So far it just rumors. With the PWT folding they might just open it up more. I would guess they will be planning on upping the entry fee's to get the payouts higher and the media and fishing worlds attention. Like I said it is just speculation.

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A fried of ours took first place co-angler in the big year end tournement 3 weeks ago...and he was wearing his evinrude hat the tournement and he now has all his entry fees for next year paid for...

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