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 Minnesota Multispecies Tournament Series - Fishing News, Rules and Announcements
Night 2 on Fish Lake had us in bad weather again.  But this year, no hail.  Still everyone caught fish and lots of them. 

Congratulations to Choppers for winning with a 6 species bag including a limit of rock bass and bluegills, and a huge pike.  Great job guys. 

Second went to Team TGIF with 5 species and 3 limits.  Third went to the Old Farts with 5 species including 2 limits and many bonus crappies. 

Our big fish of the night was crappie and Team Gone Postal won that with a 13 inch crappie, picking up the Pat Cooke Agency (Farmers) Big Fish Prize.  And the wildcard winner was 8th place, Team Barley Afloat winning the Mr. D's certificates.  

Other highlights including 4 largemouth bass caught by Team Patience and 4 nice walleyes caught by Team Iron River Sports.  Great job.. 

Thanks everyone for another great day..
  

Our first night was on the St. Louis River.  The weather was terrible and water levels were still very low.  Even with everything looking bad some fish were brought in. 

Congratulations to Team Gone Postal for pulling it out with the only 4 species bag including rock bass, crappies, a catfish and the only limit of northerns.  Great job guys. 

Second went to last years rookies of the year, Team Barley Afloat.  They had 3 bonus walleyes 18.5", 22.5" and 23", plus a rock bass.  Third went to Scared Fishless with a 3 species bag of catfish, crappies, and perch. 

Our big fish of the night was walleyes and Team Barley Afloat won that, picking up the Pat Cooke Agency (Farmers) Big Fish Prize.  And the wildcard winner was 7th place, Team Fish Tales and they win the Mr. D's certificates. 

One rookie team, Team Lucky Not Good, pulled off 4th place with 3 bonus walleyes and a northern.  Great job.. 

Thanks everyone for a great start to the year.   
  

We want to say "Thanks" to our many sponsors: the Little Stores, Marine General, RJ Sport & Cycle, Pat Cooke Agency, Fisherman's Corner, and our many other sponsors.   

This year our new sponsor, Pat Cooke Agency, Farmers Insurance, will be sponsoring a big fish winner each night.  Approximately $20 in certificates and/or fishing gear per night to the biggest fish for that night.  Chub Lake will be pike, Big Lake will be Largemouth Bass, Island Lake north will be Smallmouth Bass, etc.  Thanks Pat for the great idea and support. 

Minnesota multispecies fishing staff
  

We'll have your cards from the Little Stores tonight at our meeting.  Since we have been moving our website, this is the first time we could post it.  

See ya at Mr. D's tonight, Monday, Apr. 30, at 7:00pm.  This is not a manudatory meeting and we are mainly asking the teams not paid in, to pay and getting the Little Store cards out.  If you have a team or two that wants in, the time is getting short.   

Minnesota multispecies fishing staff
  

If you want to fish 5 days of the summer, every Monday, or just some bigger tournaments, we have something for you. 

We have groups in both Cloquet and Duluth that will fish only 5 nights of the summer.  Or join the MMTS and fish their best 10 of 13 nights.  Or try an Ultimate Angler Tournament or all five Ultimate Angler events. 

Or start your own fishing league, we can help and you still can send your champions to the end of year MMTS Classic Tournament. 

Just contact us at doug@multispecies.com OR call 218-390-9973.

Multispecies Fishing Staff
  

If you need a little help getting a kid or group of kids out fishing, please contact us.  You can email dpirila@yahoo.com or call Doug at 218-390-9973. 

We'll do what we can to help. 

VOLUNTEERS please contact us and let us know if you are interested in helping also. 

Thanks and remember to get a kid out fishing, they love it and it is good for our sport and it's future.

Minnesota Multispecies Fishing Staff
  

Thanks to everyone for such great attendance.  This helped in getting some business done.  We covered several discussions but here are the only two rule changes.

  1. Rough fish have been removed from our scoring.  So no more rough fish..
  2. We now allow 3 anglers to a team.  Only 2 can fish on any given night from one boat, but all 3 are official members and can cover a night with a sub of their choosing, and have it scored for their team.
I think this resolves all our main discussions, so we are in good shape.  I really like the 3 person teams, this should make it a lot easier to run a team in the league. 

We had many teams pay their entries.  We now have 17 teams in the bass group and 8 in multispecies.  With several more teams saying they are back and several wanting into the Cloquet group we are doing well. 

Thanks to everyone for all their discussion and helping make this better each year.

Minnesota Multispecies Fishing Staff  -  Duluth Area Bass League Staff
  

MMTS and DABL Mandatory meeting, Monday March 19th, 7:00pm at Mr. D's. 

Be sure to pay to reserve your spot in any of our leagues.  We will be working to get the sponsors lined up shortly after this meeting, so please bring any ideas you have for sponsors. 

We will discussing the number of nights we fish, meeting any rookie teams, comparing notes on bigger multispecies tournaments, details on the MMTS Classic this year, etc. 

Please join us and let's plan for another great year of fishing.
  

Several people are interested in fishing the Cloquet (Carlton) Area Fishing League this year.  This is a multispecies group and they are only fishing 5 nights (about once a month).  A couple of our guys will be organizing it and it should be a blast. 

This group will be fishing waters near Cloquet including the St. Louis River, Big Lake, Chub Lake, Island South, and Sturgeon Lake. 

If you are interested in fishing, just let us know and we will get you in touch with them.  We have a tentative schedule posted but the Tournament Director will be finalizing it.  We do have a sponsor, that we will let everyone know about as soon as we finalize it.  But they are very interested in getting involved with us and our leagues.  This should be a lot of fun.

You can contact me at 390-9973 if you want to hear more.  Remember this league is just for fun.  $50/yr per team, that's only $25 a person and you only have 5 nights.  And if you are in the top at the end of year, you qualify to fish the MMTS Classic with the winners from several other leagues. 

Good fishing and see ya on the water, I hope its soon.

Minnesota Multispecies Fishing Leagues
  

With bigger Multispecies tournaments to come soon, MMTS is going to have a separate announcements area here.  DABL will have the same on it's main page.  Both will benefit from a bigger audience.  Hopefully this will lead to more people in the forums and sharing fishing information.

Seeking Volunteers:  Any MMTS member that wants to help post announcements, schedule changes, meetings, the results of our tournaments, etc. can contact Doug and he will set you up with that.  We always like volunteers to help run our fishing leagues.

Part of this change is the opportunity of BIGGER Multispecies Tournaments.  We are working on the details right now.  These will be a bit further away, just out of the normal area of lakes and a great way to get others into Multispecies fishing tournaments.  We are getting great feedback and it should be very, very interesting to see the turnouts.  Remember this is where it started, now we can share the great times we have out fishing with others.  I hope some of you check out some of these bigger contests. 

Minnesota Multispecies Fishing Staff
  

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