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Minnkota Tackle Tournament Trail
The first stop on the 2019 Tournament Trail took Pete McGinty and Joe Bungarden to Big Stone Lake, in Ortonville, MN for the Bass Pro Shops Cabela's Master's Walleye Circuit Event. The two pitched jigs and minnows along the shorelines, catching a tournament limit 10 fish for 21 lbs 9 oz over two days, placing 7th taking home $1,300 in cash. Isaac Pauly and Cody Enger started out the tournament with a 5 fish limit weighing 8 lbs 11 oz, but failed to connect on any fish the second day finishing in 33rd place.
The second stop on the 2019 Tournament Trail took Pete McGinty and Isaac Pauly to Big Stone Lake, in Ortonville, MN for the Minnesota Tournament Trail Event. Saturday's event was a tough bite for the team, where they managed only managed to catch bass and came in with zero walleyes. Sunday's event was also a tough bite more most anglers with 18 teams coming to the scales with 0 fish, McGinty and Pauly brought in 2 fish weighing 8.84 lbs, including a 25" that weighed 6.1 lbs. This was good for a 5th place finish on Sunday, including $476, plus an addtional $100 MTT Skeeter Boat Center Incentive.
The third stop on the 2019 Tournament Trail took Pete McGinty and Dallas Croatt to Big Stone Lake, in Ortonville, MN for the Big Stone Liquor Store Walleye Tournament. The weather was less than ideal with strong 15 to 25 mph south winds. McGinty and Croatt started out fishing a wind blown rock pile that yielded a 19 7/8" and 21 1/4" walleye. They then pulled crankbaits in the basin of the lake, catching two more 19" walleyes. They were one fish short of a limit, weighing in 4 fish for 10.58 lbs and finished in 12th place out of 57 teams, 2 lbs out of third place. Isaac Pauly and Cody Enger also competed in this event, they caught 1 fish, a 24' walleye weighing 5.5 lbs.
**A neat video on filleting walleyes.**
**Interesting video demonstrating how to determine the age of a Walleye or Perch.**
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