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Minnesota fishing tournament angler, Tom Johnson, with a great St. Louis River smallmouth bass.
Minnesota Multispecies Tournament angler, Tom Johnson, with a great St. Louis River, Duluth, Minnesota smallmouth bass. 
 Scoring System

Minnesota Fishing Leagues - Fish Sizes Scores & Limits

SPECIES
click name for
species info

LIMIT

MIN LENGTH

POINTS

BONUS LENGTH

POINTS

BONUS TROPHY LENGTH
based on In-Fisherman's and Manitoba Master Angler Systems

POINTS

Walleye
Minnesota Walleye fishing leagues and tournaments lengths, limits and points scoring system
BF

4

12"
(St. Louis Bay: 15" & 7pts)
Max of 2 > 20"

3

15"
18"
22"

7
15
30

29"

50

Northern
Minnesota Northern Pike fishing leagues and tournaments lengths, limits and points scoring system
BF

4

20"
Max of 2 > 30"

7

24"
28"

15
30

40"

50

Largemouth Bass
Minnesota Largemouth Bass fishing leagues and tournaments lengths, limits and points scoring system
BF

4

12"
(St. Louis Bay: 14" Min. & 20 pt bonus)

7

16"

15

20"

40

Smallmouth Bass
BF

4

12"
(St. Louis Bay: 14")

7

16"

15

20"

40

Crappie

4

8"

3

10"
12"

7
15

14"

30

Rock Bass

4

8"

3

10"

7

12"

30

BlueGill
Sunfish

4

7"

3

9"

7

11"

30

Perch
Minnesota Yellow Perch fishing leagues and tournaments lengths, limits and points scoring system

4

8"

3

11"

7

15"

30

Muskie
Musky, Muskellunge, Hybrid Tiger Muskies fishing leagues and tournaments lengths, limits and points scoring system
BF

2

40"

50

43"

75

46"

100

Catfish

4 14"
Max of 2 > 24"
3 18"
22"
7
15

30"

30

Rough Fish
(Red Horse Sucker, Suckers, Carp, Buffalo, etc.)

1 14" 3        

Salmon
(Chinook and Coho)
BF

3 14" 7 22"
26"
15
30

40"

50

Lake Trout
BF

4 15" 7 23"
26"
15
30

34"

50

Brown Trout
BF

3 15"
Max of 2 > 16"
7 22"
25"
15
30

32"

50

Rainbow Trout
BF

3 16" 7 22"
26"
15
30

30"

50

Multiple Species Bonus                                      
  3 species = 30 pts    4 species = 40 pts   5 species = 50 pts    10pts/add'l species                 

Other Bonuses       
  Limit bonus - 10 pts. per species limit (category above). 
  Special Largemouth Bass Bonus of 20 points if caught on the St. Louis River. 

BF - This species will score in to Big Fish Pot automatically, if team is paid in.  No additional scoring is needed.  For more information on the Big Fish Pot - click here!

Bring and Use camera for all BIG FISH.


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