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Round Lake Walleye Tournament, Round Lake Mn

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Round Lake Walleye Tournament

Round Lake Mn

Saturday May 30, 2009

7:30 am to 2:00 pm

$50 entry fee per boat

Limited to the first 50 paid two person teams

80% payback

*1st Place $700

2nd Place $400

3rd Place $300

4th Place $200

5th Place $125

6th Place $75

7th through 10th $50

* based on full 50 boat field

Check starts at 6:00 am at East Side Acres

Shotgun Start at 7:30am

Weigh in at 2:00 pm at East Side Acres

print sign up form and send to:

SWMFC

PO Box 4

Worthington, MN 56187

sign up form

questions ??

Larry at 507-360-3973

Angela at 507-360-8565

or email [email protected]

Contest Rules

LIMIT SIX FISH PER BOAT

MINIMUM SIZE LIMIT 15 INCHES

TAGS MUST BE USED ON ALL WALLEYE IN THE BOAT (5 RED

FOR 15-20 INCHES AND 1GREEN FOR OVER 20 INCHES)

1 FISH OVER 20 INCHES IN THE BOAT AT ANY TIME DURING

TOURNAMENT HOURS

TOURNAMENT BOATS MAY NOT BE CLOSER THAN 15 FEET AT

ANY TIME

BOATS MAY GO TO SHOR ONLY IN CASES OF EMERGENCY

SHOTGUN START AT 7:30 AM

ALL BOATS MUST BE IN BY DESIGNATED TIME. ANY BOATS IN

AFTER 2:30pm WILL BE DISQUALIFIED

NO USE OF CELL PHONES EXCEPT FOR EMERGENCY

NO USE OF BINOCULARS

BOUNDRIES- ROUND LAKE

ALL MINNESOTA FISHING & US COAST GUARD RULES APPLY

BOATS SUBJECT TO INSPECTION AT CHECK IN AND ANY TIME

DURING THE TOURNAMENT

THERE WILL NOT BE REFUNDS FOR NO-SHOWS

LIFE JACKETS MUST BE WORN AT ALL TIMES DURING THE

TOURNAMENT EXCEPT AT TROLLING SPEED OR LESS

ANY VIOLATION OF THESE RULES WILL RESULT IN DISQUALIFICATION

THERE WILL BE NO FISH CULLING

NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS

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