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Minnkota Tackle Tournament Trail
The first stop on the 2021 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. 64 teams from across the country were fishing for a first place prize of $9,000. Anglers were greeted with cold front conditions and water temps in the mid 40's. On Day 1 they caught a 26" walleye weighing 5 lbs 13 oz and on Day 2 they brought an 18' and 18.5" to the scales. The two pulled crankbaits over the weeds in the basin of the lake catching 3 fish for 10 lbs 7 oz over two days, placing 7th taking home $1,500 in cash. Isaac Pauly and Cody Enger also pulled crankbaits in the basin of the lake. They failed to catch a fish on Day 1, but caught one walleye for 1 lb 13 oz, finishing in 33rd place.
The second stop on the 2021 Tournament Trail took Pete McGinty and Isaac Pauly to Bitter Lake, Waubay, SD for the Dakota Sioux Casino Walleye Open. 20 teams were fishing for a first place prize of $2,000. In addition to that there was big fish and option pot money. Anglers were greeted with with heavy fog at take off and that made the 10 mile run a little bit interesting. The two pulled crankbaits in a back bay off the main lake catching 5 fish for 13 lbs 5 oz, good for 8th place. Just 3 lbs out of the money. They had there slot fish before 9 am and made the decision to throw back a 20.5", 20.5", 21" and 21.5" early on in the day and never were able to get those overs back.
The third stop on the 2021 Tournament Trail took the Minnkota Tackle team back to Big Stone Lake, Ortonville, MN, for the AIM Weekend Walleye Series Event. 73 teams competed for a first place prize of $6500, plus side pot money. Cody Enger and Patrick Miller took 5th place, with a weight of 16.71 lbs, cashing a check for $1300. The two pulled our Slow Death Prop Rigs over the top of the abundant weeds in Big Stone Lake. Joe Bungarden and Cole Bungarden took 32nd place with a weight of 8.09 lbs. The two pulled Slow Death Prop Rigs and casted over the top of the weeds. Pete McGinty and Isaac Pauly struggled to find a crankbait bite on the day of the tournament after having some success during pre-fish and finished in 44th place with a weight of 4.77lbs.
**A neat video on filleting walleyes.**
**Interesting video demonstrating how to determine the age of a Walleye or Perch.**
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