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 2009 Fishing Schedules

Here are the 2009 Fishing Schedules, the FULL SERIES (13 wks) below.   

PROPOSED RULE CHANGES:

  1. Entry Fees: 
    1. Full MMTS Series - Best 10 of 13 nights - $60/team membership for the year, and $10/night per team.  

Here are the 2009 Fishing Schedules, the FULL SERIES (13 wks) below.   

PROPOSED RULE CHANGES:

  1. Entry Fees: 
    1. Full MMTS Series - Best 10 of 13 nights - $60/team membership for the year, and $10/night per team.  


 2009 Monday Night Fishing Schedule
 

2009 MMTS Full Series
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Date (wildcard)
May 18 (7)
* 5-8:30pm
St. Louis River - Boy Scout
May 26 (8) Tues
* 5-8:30pm
Island Lake North - Dam
June 1 (6)
  5:30-9:00pm
Fish Lake
June 8 (5)
  5:30-9:00pm
St. Louis River - Garfield - Highbridge
June 15 (8)
  5:30-9:00pm
Big Lake
June 22 (7)
  5:30-9:00pm
St. Louis River - Clyde Ave
June 29 (10)
  5:30-9:00pm
Island Lake South

SKIP

 Happy 4th
July 13 (6)
  5:30-9:00pm
Chub Lake
July 27 (12)
  5:30-9:00pm
St. Louis River - Boy Scout
Aug 3 (9)
  5:30-9:00pm
Island Lake North - Dam
Aug 10 (13)
  5:30-9:00pm
Sturgeon Lake
Aug 17 (7)
* 5-8:30pm
Fish Lake
Aug 24 (12)
* 5-8:30pm
St. Louis River - Garfield - Highbridge
???? End of Year Party location TBA

Wildcard Number are above per night. 

Other weekly prizes are listed here.


 MMTS Lakes

2008 MMTS Lakes for Draws
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South Lakes 

North Lakes

Times in Drawing

Lake name

Times in Drawing

Lake name

1

Big Lake, Cloquet

1

Boulder Lake, Duluth

0

Chub Lake, Carlton

1

Caribou Lake, Twig

1

Eagle Lake, Cromwell

2

Fish Lake Reservoir, Duluth

1

Island Lake, Cromwell

1

Island Lake Reservoir, Duluth

0

Island Lake, Moose Lake

1

Pike Lake, Duluth

1

Sand Lake, Moose Lake

1

Rice Lake, Duluth

1

Sturgeon Lake, Sturgeon Lake

1

St. Louis River, Duluth

 

 

0

Whiteface Reservoir, Duluth

2008 MMTS Lakes for Draws
Minnesota Fishing Tournaments Schedule
Click here for Maps and DNR Lake Surveys

South Lakes 

North Lakes

Times in Drawing

Lake name

Times in Drawing

Lake name

1

Big Lake, Cloquet

1

Boulder Lake, Duluth

0

Chub Lake, Carlton

1

Caribou Lake, Twig

1

Eagle Lake, Cromwell

2

Fish Lake Reservoir, Duluth

1

Island Lake, Cromwell

1

Island Lake Reservoir, Duluth

0

Island Lake, Moose Lake

1

Pike Lake, Duluth

1

Sand Lake, Moose Lake

1

Rice Lake, Duluth

1

Sturgeon Lake, Sturgeon Lake

1

St. Louis River, Duluth

 

 

0

Whiteface Reservoir, Duluth

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