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Hey Mr. Olson has updated all the nights and overall standings, so please check them out.  Thanks Rick. 

http://multispecies.com/Leagues/MMTS/MultispeciesResultsStandings/tabid/547/language/en-US/Default.aspx

See ya at Island Lake South tomorrow. 

Monday Night Fishing League staff
  

 Due to Island Lake North being low the competition committee has changed our location to Island Lake South, near Moose Lake.  So please pass the word along to everyone. 

  

 Time Change for Night 2

The Competition Committee changed the start time from 5:00 to 5:30, and we end at 9:00pm.  This was discussed at the landing on Monday, but if teams left early, they may not have gotten the word.  Please let others know that may have left early.  See you on Fish!

  

With the low water levels on Island Lake North, we will be avoiding it for a while.  The schedule changes are:

Night 1 - no change, still the St Louis River - Boy Scout
Night 2 - Island Lake replaced with Fish Lake.
Night 3 - Fish Lake switched back to the St. Louis River, Garfield.
Night 4 - resume posted schedule at Sturgeon Lake.

Remember to pass this along to everyone.  Thanks

Monday Night Fishing

  

1. Our schedule will stick to 3 Island Lake North, 3 Fish Lake, 4 River, Whiteface, Sturgeon and Island South.  Schedule is UPDATED NOW.
2. Aaron Hanson will be handling the nightly $10 per team.
3. Doug Pirila will be handling the $60/team entries and work with Sponsor's too.
4. The new Competition Committee is Don "Scooter", Lee Carson and John Kytola.
5. There will be an optional contest on Saturday, Aug 28th before our End Of Year Party on Island Lake with prizes to the biggest fish in each species. $20/team to fish it. Then our party at the Eagles Nest or Blue Max following the contest.
6. We already have eight teams (1 new) paid in.

Thanks... What a great start.

Monday Night Fishing League Staff
  

Well it's time to get it started.  Sounds like a few new teams and all the old teams are going to be fishing this year.  So let's get the word out that we meet next Monday, March 22nd at 7:00pm at the Powerhouse Bar in Proctor.  If this doesn't work out, we'll look for another spot, but we get the back room and will see how it goes. 

Bring anyone interested in fishing and all ideas too. 

Monday Night Fishing League staff
  

The overall MMTS winners for 2009 were 1st place:  Team TGIF - Rick Olson and Doug Pirila;  2nd:  Proven Presentations - Erick Filby and Mike Grindahl; and 3rd:  Team Patience - Steve Ondrus and Dan Roach. 

For all the final standings click here:  MMTS 2009 End of Year Results

We had 17 teams and are looking strong for the future.  That's awesome and we have a lot of great people.  It was a great year. 

See ya fishing.

MMTS Monday Night Fishing Staff
  

Well the weather was alright but the fishing challenging, go figure, that's fishing.   

The winning team tonight was Team TGIF, Doug Pirila and Rick Olson, with 133 points including a limit of walleyes upto 23.25 inches, big perch, rock bass, and 12 inch crappie.  Good job guys.
 
Again our 2nd place team was Team Patience, Steve Ondrus and Dan Roach, with a 4 species bag and 113 points, with smallmouth bass, rock bass, pike, and crappie.  That earned them cash and the Marine General certificate for $30.  Third place went to Kiching Bass, John Michalski and sub Jeff Michalski, with 4 species, pike, walleye, perch and a smallmouth bass, 75 points giving them cash and a $30 certificate from Fisherman's Corner. 

Our winners of the 7-11 prizes from US Bank Home Mortgage, sponsored by Mark Jukich.  $10 for both 7th place - Fish Wishing and 11th - Fishing from Shore.

See ya on Island Lake, near Moose Lake, next week.
  

Well the weather was good and fishing slow, but it was good.   

The winning team tonight was Team TGIF, Doug Pirila and Rick Olson, with 179 points from big limits of Largemouth bass, bluegills and 11 inch crappies, plus a 24.5 inch pike.  Good job guys.
 
Again our 2nd place team was Team Patience, Steve Ondrus and Dan Roach, with a 4 species bag and 117 points, with a limit of largemouth bass, and some bluegill, pike, and crappie.  That earned them cash and the Marine General certificate for $30.  Third place went to Proven Presentations, Erick Filby and Mike Grindahl, with 3 species, pike, bluegill, and a largemouth bass, 102 points giving them cash and a $30 certificate from Fisherman's Corner. 

Our winners of the 7-11 prizes from US Bank Home Mortgage, sponsored by Mark Jukich.  $10 for both 7th place - Gone Postal and 11th - Team Hanson.

See ya back at the river next week.
  

Mother nature was blowing and cold, but we still got out fishing and some nice bags were caught.  Fortunately the winds slowed down and the big swells were not as bad as expected.

The winning team tonight was Team Flash without Substance, Lee Kruger and his partner, with 189 points from big limits of walleyes and catfish, plus a couple rock bass.  Great job guys.
 
Again our 2nd place team was Proven Presentations, Erick Filby and Mike Grindahl, with a 4 species bag and 121 points, with walleyes, catfish, rock bass and crappie.  That earned them cash and the Marine General certificate for $30.  Third place went to Team Patience, Steve Ondrus and Dan Roach, with 3 species, pike, rock bass, and a smallmouth bass, 107 points giving them cash and a $30 certificate from Fisherman's Corner. 

Our winners of the 7-11 prizes from US Bank Home Mortgage, sponsored by Mark Jukich.  $10 for both 7th place - Kicking Bass.

See ya at the Big Lake.
  

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