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 Minnesota Multispecies Tournament Series - Fishing News, Rules and Announcements
Night 10 and on the St. Louis River, Duluth. 

The winners tonight was Team Choppers, Brent Selden and Ben Biermaier, with 5 species, 2 limits, including limits of rock bass and northern pike, plus a catfish, a smallmouth and a walleye.  Great job guys.

Second went to the Team Postal, Bob Carson and John Ketola, with a 5 species bag including a limit of crappies, plus two bonus pike, a bonus walleye, a perch and a rocky.  Third went to Team TGIF, Rick Olson and Doug Pirila, with a 3 species bag including 3 limits including all bonus crappies, walleyes (19, 19, 20, 17) and rock bass. 

Great job to everyone.  

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Night 9 and it's Fish Lake Reservoir, north of Duluth.  Another good night with good weather and big scores.   

The winners tonight was Team Choppers, Brent Selden and Ben Biermaier, with 20 fish - 6 species, 4 limits, including limits of bluegills, rock bass, perch and northern pike.  Great job guys.

Second went to the Team Patience, Steve Ondrus and Dan Roach, with a 5 species bag including a limit of northern pike including 29 and 33 inch pike.  Third went to Team Frustrated Inc, Don Szymczak and Ron Lilliberg, with a 4 species bag including 3 limits including bluegill, crappies, and largemouth bass (including 3 bonus largemouth bass). 

Great job to everyone.  We had 13 largemouth bass, very good job.  

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Night 8 found us on a new lake, Island Lake near Cromwell.  It was a good night with good weather and the best bonus largemouth bass bite the league has seen.   

The winners tonight was Team TGIF, Doug Pirila and sub Al Ansell, with 4 species, 3 limits, including a 21 inch Master Angler Largemouth Bass.  They had 3 limits including largemouth bass, northern pike, and rock bass, along with a few bluegills.  Good job guys.

Second went to the Team Patience, Steve Ondrus and Dan Roach, with a 5 species bag including limits of bluegills and largemouth bass, plus some rock bass, a northern pike and a 26.5 inch bowfin (dogfish).  Third went to Team Choppers, Brent Selden and Ben Biermaier, with a 3 species bag including limits of bluegill, northern pike, and largemouth bass (including 3 bonus largemouth bass). 

Great job to everyone.  We had 18 largemouth on our first visit to Island Lake and 9 were over 16 inches.

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Night 7 - we pulled Caribou Lake out of the hat and out of our history books, since it's been a few years since we were here last.  For a change we had good weather and an ok bite.  With the luck of the draw picking a second lake that had just been spot poisoned for weeds and tha does slow a bite on those docks. 

The winners tonight was Team Choppers, Brent Selden and Ben Biermaier, with a great 5 species, 4 limits, and all from a small area, that they worked over very well.  They had four limits including largemouth bass, northern pike, crappies and bluegills, along with a perch.  Amazing job guys. I think they are back on the run now.

Second went to the Team TGIF, Rick Olson and Doug Pirila, with another 5 species bag including limits of bluegills and largemouth bass, plus some rock bass, crappies and northern.  Third went to Team Long Rods, Lee Carson and Ouitdee Carson, with a 4 species bag including limits of crappies and northern pike, plus some largemouth bass and bluegills. 

The winner of the Big Fish of the Night, with a 17 inch largemouth bass was Team Choppers.  The Big Fish winners got $10 certificates and great travel cups from the Patrick Cooke Agency of Farmer's Insurance, Cloquet.

Caribou Lake was a good lake and the residents were great. I heard some took pictures of teams too. Thanks.Minnesota Multispecies Fishing Tournament and Fishing League Staff
  

Night 6 found us on Sand Lake near Moose Lake.  The winners tonight was Team Frustrated with 4 species, 3 limits, and a master angler crappie over 14 inches.  They had three limits including largemouth bass, crappies and bluegills, along with a rock bass.  Great job guys. 

Second went to the Team Barley Afloat, Pat Cooke and sub (ringer) Al 'Twitch' Ansell, with a 5 species bag including limits of bluegills, crappies and largemouth bass, plus a rock bass and northern.  Third was Team Patience, Steve Ondrus and Dan Roach, with a 4 species bag including limits of largemouth bass and bluegills, plus some rock bass and a bonus pike. 

The winner of the Big Fish of the Night, with a 24 inch northern pike as Team Patience.  The Big Fish winners got $10 certificates and great travel cups from the Patrick Cooke Agency of Farmer's Insurance, Cloquet.

Sand Lake was good to us, considering this is the first time fished by multispecies and it was new to many teams.  We did have a visiting team that fished and out scored our teams.  Thanks John and Skeeter, we hope you had a good time and consider coming out to more to see how you do.  Great job to all teams for keeping it fun and catching lots of fish again.

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Night 5 found us on the St. Louis River out of the Garfield landing.  The winner tonight was Team TGIF of Rick Olson and Doug Pirila with a 4 species, 4 limits bag.  They limited out on perch, rock bass, crappies and bluegills.  Great job guys. 

Second went to the Scared Fishless team of John Michalski and Barry Bjorklund, with another 4 species.  Third was Team Choppers, Ben Biermaier and Brent Selden, with another 4 species bag. 

The River is still a tough bite, but starting to clear up.  All the big bags came from the clearest water in protected back bays.  Great job again.

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Night 4 we were on the St. Louis River out of the Smithville landing.  The winner tonight was John Ketola and Bob Carson with a great 5 species, 3 limit bag.  They had three limits of all bonus smallmouth bass, crappies and bluegills, along with some perch and rock bass.  Great job guys. 

Second went to the Long Rods, Lee Carson and sub Ed Forrestal, with a 5 species bag including limits of bluegills and northern pike, plus a crappie, rock bass and perch.  Third was Team TGIF, Rick Olson and Doug Pirila, with a 3 species bag including smallmouth bass, northern, and catfish. 

The winner of the Big Fish of the Night, with two 25 inch northern pike as Team Patience.  The Big Fish winners got $10 certificates and great travel cups from the Patrick Cooke Agency of Farmer's Insurance, Cloquet.

The River was high, rolling fast and the water temps cold and the water clarity was low.  All the big bags came from the clearest water in protected back bays.  Great job again.

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Night 3 we are on Island Lake near Moose Lake.  The winner tonight was Team Barley Afloat, Pat Cooke and sub Al Ansell.  They had a 4 multispecies bag with three limits and our only limit of Largemouth Bass of the night.  Their had a limit of bass, bluegills and crappies, and 3 rock bass.  Great job guys, the bass bite was tough with the spawn having just finished. 

Second was Team TGIF, Rick Olson and Doug Pirila, with a 5 species bag including limits of bluegills and crappies, plus 3 largemouth bass, rock bass and perch.  Third was Team Choppers, Ben Biermaier and Brent Selden, with another 5 species bag including our biggest bass of the evening 16.5 and 17.75 inches, a northern, crappies, perch and limit of bluegills.  They also won the Big Fish of the Night, with a 10.75 inch crappie.  The Big Fish winners got $10 certificates and great travel cups from the Pat Cooke Agency of Farmer's Insurance, Cloquet.

Thanks to Iron River Sports, who provided hats for the first and last placing teams of the night.  Very nice hats.

We had lots of fish and everyone did a great job. 

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Our winner tonight was Team Gone Postal of Bob Carson and John Ketola, again.  They had a 3 multispecies bag with two limits.  Their bag included a pike, a limit of perch and a limit of nice smallmouth bass.  Great job guys, the bite was tough with the water temps still very low. 

Second tonight was Team Barley Afloat, Pat Cooke and Karl Johnson, with a 5 species bag including a jumbo rock bass (11.5 inches), a huge 13.5 inch crappie, perch, two pike, and a pair of smallmouth bass, one 17inches.  Third went to Scared Fishless, John Michalski fishing by himself tonight, with a 4 species bag including another limit of all bonus crappies, perch, smallmouth bass and a bluegill.
 
Big fish was bass which went to Team TGIF (Doug Pirila and Rick Olson) for their 17" smallmouth.

Very good job. 

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Winners tonight were Team Gone Postal, Bob Carson and John Ketola, with our ONLY multispecies bag.  They had a walleye, 2 northern pike, and a limit of rockies.  Great job guys, the bite was tough on the river tonight.  Cold and windy.

Second went to Team TGIF, Doug Pirila and sub Ryan Pirila, with a limit of walleyes all bonus eyes.  Third went to Scared Fishless, John Michalski and Barry Bjorklund, with a limit of all bonus crappies and two walleyes.
 
Big fish for the night was walleye and Team Barley Afloat (Patrick Cooke and Karl Johnson) won with a 24.5 incher.

Great job and good start to the year.

Minnesota Multispecies Fishing Tournament and Fishing League Staff
  

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