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Corey Bohn

2007 Lake Minnewaska Fall Walleye Classic---$6,000 1st place guaranteed!

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We are now starting to accept team registrations for the 2007 Lake Minnewaska Fall Walleye Classic to be held on Sept. 15-16, 2007, in Glenwood, MN. The first place payout of $6,000 will again be guaranteed with the field limited to 75 teams. Cash payouts to the top 15 teams are as follows: 1st place--$6,0000 (guaranteed); 2nd place-$3,000; 3rd place--$2,000; 4th place--$1,500; 5th place--$1,350; 6th place--$1,200; 7th place--$1,000; 8th place--$700; 9th place--$600; 10th place--$500; 11th through 15th place--$350; 16th through 23rd place--prize payouts consisting of new fishing related products valued between $150 to $250. Again, the first place payout of $6,000 is guaranteed with 2nd through 15th place based on a full 75 team field. As with past years, there will be 3 divisions within the tournament. Teams will be automatically placed in the divisions (based on partner status) at no additional cost and will have a chance to fish for an additional $450 cash payout. Divisions within the tournament are as follows: 1)Father/Son or Daughter Division; 2)Husband/Wife or Boyfriend/Girlfriend Divsion; 3)Senior Division (both anglers age 55 or over). **Divisional teams are eligible to win the overall cash and prize payouts listed above and fish only against other teams within their division for the chance to win the additional $450 as a division winner. Multiple winners are possible, for example, a Father/Son team won the overall tournament in 2005 and took home the first place check plus, the Father/Son Division check, and a biggest walleye for Day 1 check. **Optional Big Fish Pot: $20 (optional). If all 75 teams enter the Big Fish Pot the total Big Fish Purse is worth $1,500. Half the pot is awarded to the biggest walleye on Day 1, with the other half of the pot awarded to the biggest walleye on Day 2. Only teams who pay the additional $20 are eligible for the biggest walleye pot (100% payback). There will be a special "Shoot-Out" tournament within the overall tournament for the first 20 teams who register. Five team #'s will be drawn from a hat and fish against eachother with the team with the heaviest two-day weight winning a great prize. There will be (4) groups of five teams with four winners total. All teams in the Shoot-Outs are eligible to win the overall cash and prize payouts. We also are offering incentives for teams who get new teams to enter the tournament this year as well through our Team Rewards Program. For each new team you bring with you this year, your team # will go into a hat with 3 winners selected from the hat. Winners will receive 2 nights free lodging at the Comfort Inn in Devils Lake, ND, or at Wigwam Resort at Lake of the Woods, or the Cedar Inn in Starbuck, MN, for fishing on Lake Minnewaska. Entry fee is $350 per team. For more information and to register, email: [email protected] or call 320-424-1382. For information on last year's tournament results, click back to the tournament page and scroll down the page to the heading titled "Hanson/Wall win title at Lake Minnewaska Fall Walleye Classic".

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Corey,

Can you tell me the channel, date and time that the 2006 tourney is suppose to be broadcast? Thanks.

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