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FM Walleye League in 2004???

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I know several guys up north that would be interested in a Walleye League/weekend tourny!

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I know this not the best time of year for this but, I was wondering if any other FM folkes have wanted a FM walleye tournment. I have not checked with Rick or anybody to see what he thinks and I know there is already a great LETS tournament series available. I generally only fish for walleyes and thought, just maybe there are a few other walleye guys out there. Mainly I just wanted to see if there is any interest? I am not well versed on MN tournament regs and not sure if Rick wants another league, but I think it would be fun to meet new FM people. If there is an interest I would like suggestions, but my idea would be a smaller, inexpensive (5-15 boat field maybe $10-$50) going out and fishing one or 2 day events on local or more premier MN walleye waters. Anywere from 3-6 tournaments depending on interest and so on. What do you guys think, any interest? Rick would you even want another league, obviously we wouldn't want it to compete with the LETS or take away folks.

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I just looked and saw there was a post about an FM Tournament a while back and it looked like there was at least some interest in this. Mistermom, WalleyeGFA, FishingAddict, stayncharge and others any of you still out there?

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Thanks guys. I think it would be fun to fish lakes like Mille Lacs, Winni, Leech, Cass, LOW, Ottertail, Big Pine, Minnewaska, Bigstone, Vermillion, Rainy, and Pool 4, but would be open to whatever including metro lakes like Buffalo, Rush, Tonka, Chisago, White Bear, Waconia etc. I think it would be fun to do a mix of 1 and 2 day events. I like the idea of 2 day events as there is some chance of redemption. I know there is already a bunch of non FM Walleye tournaments, but I think there is a spot for guys like me who want to meet new FM folks, have a bunch of fun, take it serious, but maybe not quite as serious as the fellas with the 621vs with a 250 and 3 X-19. We would not have the 200-600 entry fees. Maybe before and after an event we can meet together and learn new fishing tactics, equiptment, and if somebody knows the the lake well they can teach the others a little. If people are interested and we have Ricks blessing, I would be happy to do some leg work on this.

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