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Jimmys Pizza/Little Crow anglers Green Lake Walleye Tourney

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Jimmys Pizza - Little Crow Anglers 30th Annual Green Lake Walleye Tournament

Green Lake, Spicer, Mn. May 30&31 2009

Team entry fee $300 per 2 person team. Friday night banquet included in entry fee. (1st – 3rd place Guaranteed)

Guarantee does not reduce pro-rated payout & places 1st $3000, 2nd $2000, 3rd $1500. $12000 total payout with pay back to 11th place based on 50 boats.

Entry forms available immediately from Kurt Novotny, knent@willmarnet.com, 320-235-1109.

You might want to sign up ASAP with the 1-3 place guarantee this tourney should fill up early.

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No web site for tourney. What info would you like to know? I can answer most any questions through this post or email me knent@willmarnet.com

Tournament is usually close to filling 40-45 teams. Last year was lowest ever, the weather the week before was terrible which might have cost us some last minute entries.

Top 3 places guaranteed, remaining spots & payout pro-rated.

Guarantee does not affect pro-rated places. If Filled 1st $3000, 2nd $2000, 3rd $1500. 4th $1200, 5th $1000, 6th $800, 7th $700, 8th $600, 9th $500, 10th $400, 11th $300

Example pro-rated pay out

40 teams = 80% pro-rating pay back 10 places instead of 11.

1-3 guaranteed 4th $960, 5th $800, 6th $640, ..... 10th $320

2008 Summary

Jimmy’s Pizza/Little Crow Anglers

29th Annual Green Lake Walleye Tournament

May 31 and June 1, 2008

Spicer, MN

35 – 2 person teams entered

Saturday: Sunny, light winds

90 fish caught

Average weight per fish was 2.36 pounds

Largest walleye weighed— 4.65# Louis Schweim (Hutchinson) and Nick Schweim (Delano)

Sunday: Sunny, light winds

100 fish caught

Average weight per fish was 1.66 pounds

Largest walleye weighed— 4.91# Don Neubarth (Hutchinson) and Mike Robillard (Isanti)

Prizes Awarded to:

Place

1 Jamie Oie (Belgrade) and Jason Lindahl (Hawick) 27.18 lbs $3000+trophies

2 Jim Gordon (Spicer) and Fred Gordon 23.72 $2000+trophies

3 Dean Ryks (Willmar) and Kris Ryks (Willmar) 18.56 $1500+trophies

4 Bruce Dexter (Willmar) and Alan Setrum (Willmar) 18.08 $840

5 Jay Coleman (Willmar) and Chawn Clough (Richfield) 15.09 $700

6 Mike Dalllman (Spicer) and Chuck Grunwald (Willmar) 14.29 $560

7 Dale Ryks (Willmar) and Kurt Novotny (Willmar) 13.76 $490

8 Tucker Fredrickson (Hector) and Luke Fredrickson (Hector) 13.61 $420

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