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Minnkota Tackle Tournament Trail
The first stop on the 2023 tournament trail took us to Lac qui Parle Lake for the 43rd Annual Lac qui Parle Lake Walleye Tournament. 48 teams set out in hopes to bring 5 fish to the scales. The bite was tough and anglers were dealing with dirty low water conditions. Joe Bungarden and Cole Bungarden put together 4 fish weighing 7.66 lbs good enough for 10th place. Pete McGinty and Cody Enger caught 3 fish weighing 6.84 lbs finishing in 13th place. Both teams pulled crankbaits in 3-7 ft of water.
The second stop on the 2023 tournament trail took us to Bitter Lake, Waubay, South Dakota for the Bitter Lake Walleye Challenge put on by the Roberts County Fire and Rescue. 60 teams set out to bring 6 walleyes to the scale. This tournament typically take 20 lbs to win so we knew we have to make some difficult decisions on what fish to keep. Zach, Mark and Dominic Pauly finished in 19th place weighing 6 fish for 13.67 lbs. Pete McGinty, Cody Enger and Chad Strei finished in 23rd place weighing 5 fish for 12.90 lbs. The trio released an 18", 18.5", 20.5" and 21.5" in hopes of finding those right fish to get them to 20 lbs and ended up coming up one fish short. Joe and Cole Bungarden along with Todd Stensrud managed 2 fish for 6.35 lbs. 19.28 lbs won the tournament and you needed 15.08 lbs to be in the money.
The third stop on the 2023 tournament trail took us back to Lac qui Parle Lake on Saturday, August 26th for the 6th Annual Pauly Larson Memorial fishing tournament, Milan, MN. 67 teams set out to bring 5 walleyes to the scale and a chance to win a first place prize of $6,000. Cody Enger and Pete McGinty pre-fished Friday and caught one 8” walleye and rifled through numerous sheepshead, silver bass, catfish and a few crappies. Tournament day they stuck to their plan of pitching jigs on shallow rocks. It was an all day grind catching 40 sheepshead, 2 big catfish and a few crappies. They managed to put together a 5 fish limit of walleyes measuring 16.25”, 17.5”, 17.5”, 19.875” and a 23.5” for a total of 11.41 pounds. That was good enough for 3rd place and $2550, which included option pot money. We want to give a shout out to our buddy Dave Fernholz for making custom jigs for us to make it all happen.
**Interesting video demonstrating how to determine the age of a Walleye or Perch.**
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