"Whether you are the novice angler, or experienced
fisherman Minnkota Tackle will put more fish in your boat!"
The shop will be closed Wednesday, July 13th thru Sunday, July 17th. We are heading up to Lake of the Woods for a few days of fishing. Any orders placed during that time will not ship until the following week. Thank you!
Dealer Inquires Welcome!
If you are a store or retailer, and want to carry our products, please email Pete at email@example.com. We offer competitive discounted prices to all of our retailers.
A sneak peek at a few of the products we offer....
Minnkota Tackle Tournament Trail
- The first stop on the 2022 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. 46 teams from across the country were fishing for a first place prize of $9,000. Anglers were greeted with with and cold front conditions. On Day 1 they caught 4 walleyes weighing 12 lbs 03 oz and on Day 2 they brought in 3 walleyes to the scales weighing 9 lbs 02 oz. The two pulled crankbaits over the weeds catching 7 fish for 21lbs 05 oz over two days, placing 29th. Cody Enger and Patrick Miller caught 8 walleyes for 27 lbs 11 oz and finished in 15th place. They also pulled crankbaits, but did find some fish pulling slow death rigs tipped with a crawler. The stars of the show were Isaac Pauly and Jake Rewerts who put together a 10 fish limit weighing 40 lbs 10 oz. This gave them top honors and they took home over $12,000 in cash and prizes.
The second stop on the 2022 Tournament Trail took Pete McGinty and Cody Enger to Lac qui Parle Lake for the 42nd Annual Lac qui Parle Lake Association Walleye Tournament. 50 teams from were battling it out for a top prize of $2500. Conditions were fair with strong south winds to start the day and warm temperatures. They brought 3 walleyes to the scale for 5.08 lbs. The two pulled spinners in the river channel in the morning and then jigged rock piles and casted crankbaits in the afternoon, finishing in 24th place. Joe Bungarden and Cole Bungarden also participated, but failed to catch any weighable fish.
**A neat video on filleting walleyes.**
**Interesting video demonstrating how to determine the age of a Walleye or Perch.**
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Contact Brad Jensen @ 605-881-3379