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 Minnesota Multispecies Tournament Series - Fishing News, Rules and Announcements
Be there to get the list of nights, locations, rules and to reserve your spot in the fishing league.  We want a signed form this year, to get things rolling. 

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Minnesota Multispecies Fishing Tournament and Fishing League Staff
  

Fishing league meeting on Monday, Jan 28th, 7:00pm at Mr. D's Bar and Grill, West Duluth.  We'll be holding elections, going over possible changes, picking the waters to be fished, etc. 

Be sure to be there and bring anyone else that might be interested in fishing.  We are only taking 15 teams, so speak up if you want in. 

Minnesota Multispecies Fishing Staff
  

Well the first Duluth Multispecies Classic went well with many leagues and groups represented.  In the end lots of fish were scored and photoed.

Please check out our photo album by clicking here... 

Here are the winners: 

Bass Champs - 4 bass for 62.5 inches - Rick Olson and Mark Jukich.
Pike Champs - 4 pike for 104.25 inches - Ouitdee Carson and Al Ansell
Walleye Champs - 4 walleyes for 80.25 inches - Doug Pirila and Ed Forrestal

Duluth Multispecies Fishing Classic Winners - Doug Pirila and Ed Forrestal


1st Place Overall - Doug Pirila and Ed Forrestal
2nd Place Overall - Ouitdee Carson and Al Ansell
3rd Place Overall - Rick Olson and Mark Jukich


Thanks for the great group of anglers and good sports.  I hope we see everyone again next year and make this an annual event. Thanks to Fox-News for the coverage and the Duluth News Tribune, Sam Cook for the support also. 

Duluth Minnesota Fishing Staff
  

Everyone is invited to join us at our End of Year Party on Saturday, Sept. 22nd.  Please plan on making it.  It's a Potluck, so plan on bringing something to share and a beverage of your choice. 

We'll be giving out all our awards for the Multispecies Fishing League, Duluth Area Bass League and Cloquet Area Fishing League.   So it will be a great time to share fishing stories and eat lots of great food. 

It is going to be held at Mark Jukich's home in Hermantown.  Jukich's have always been great hosts and have a great location they share with us.  Directions are posted in the forums.   

Please invite anyone you want, especially anyone interested in fishing.  AND yes, most definitely include your significant others and spouses.   They'll meet all the guys you fish with.  Maybe it'll help explain the fishing craziness, maybe NOT... 

See ya there, 
Doug Pirila, MMTS President, DABL member and angler
Call with any questions 218-390-9973
  

Night 13, August 20 we were on the St. Louis River out of Boy Scout landing.  

First place went to the Old Farts, Rick Olson and Mark Jukich, with a 5-species bag including crappies, bluegills, walleye, rock bass, and a smallmouth bass for a score of 167 points. 

Second went to Frustrated Inc., Don Szymczak and Ron Lilliberg with a three species bag of smallmouth bass, a northern pike and a limit of rock bass for 101 points.  Third place tonight went to Scared Fishless, John Michalski and Barry Bjorklund, with a limit of bluegills, a crappie, a perch and a walleye for 89 points.  Great job.    

Congrats to everyone for a great night of fishing, see ya at the Classic and the party.

Minnesota Multispecies fishing staff
  

Thanks to the following leagues for helping get the Mentor Duluth kids from the YMCA out fishing on Chub Lake.  Minnesota Multispecies Tournament Series, Duluth Area Bass League, Cloquet Area Fishing League, Duluth Area Fishing League, Ultimate Angler Challenge, Trollers Association, and Fishing Webmaster.  We even had an extra boat on this day.  That's awesome.

All the kids had a great time, life jackets, and we will shortly be sending them copies of the photos we took of the day. 

Thanks for a great job. 

Minnesota Multispecies Fishing Staff
  

Night 12, August 13 we were on Big Lake and the weather was going bad fast.  We ended the night 45 minutes early and still saw some impressive fishing.  Lots of pike and largemouth bass came in. 

First place went to Team TGIF, Doug Pirila and Ed Forrestal, with a 4-species bag including crappies, bluegills, northern pike, and a big limit of largemouth bass including three bonus largies for a score of 140 points. 

Second went to Team Choppers, Ben Biermaier and Brent Selden with a three species bag of largemouth bass (1 bonus), a crappie and a limit of northern pike, including a 28 inch pike for 137 points.  Third place tonight went to our highest scoring rookie team, Lucky Not Good, with a bluegill, crappie and limit of northern pike for 119 points.  I think it's a bit of luck and lot of hard fishing.  Great job.  The wildcard tonight went to 7th place and Team Frustrated Inc, Don Szymczak and Ron Lilliberg.  

Congrats to everyone for a great night of fishing.

Minnesota Multispecies fishing staff
  

Night 11, August 6 we were on the St. Louis River and the weather and fishing was challenging for most everyone. 

First place went to Team Gone Postal, John Kytola and Bob Carson, with a 4-species bag including crappies, perch, rock bass and northern pike, including three bonus northern pike.  Great job guys.  161 points was their score. 

Second went to Frustrated Inc, Don Szymczak and Ron Lilliberg with a four species bag of northern pike, rock bass, smallmouth bass and a walleye for 111 points.  We had a tie for Third tonight with Team Choppers, Ben Biermaier and Brent Selden winning the tie breaker with the longest fish.  The wildcard went to 7th and Team Barley Afloat.  

Congrats to everyone for a great night of fishing.

Minnesota Multispecies fishing staff
  

All standings in the Big Fish Pot are listed in our forums, the MMTS section.  Currently TGIF is 1st with 850.25 inches of fish, 2nd is Patience with 797.25 inches, and 3rd is Team Choppers with 645.325 inches. 

The biggest pike goes to Team Choppers with a 37 inch pike.  Biggest walleye of 24.5 inches goes to TGIF.  And we have a tie for the largest bass both being 19 inch long smallmouth bass for teams Gone Postal and Team Choppers. 

You can look at all the details by clicking    BIG FISH POT

Minnesota Multispecies Fishing Staff
  

Night 10, July 30 we were on Chub Lake and everything was biting, we had lots of fish and high scores. 

First place went to Team Choppers, Ben Biermaier and Brent Selden, with a 4-species bag including crappies, bluegills, largemouth bass, and a limit of northern pike, including a 37 inch northern pike.  Great job guys.  215 points is am incredible score. 

Second went to Scared Fishless, John Michalski and Barry Bjorklunk, with five species.  They had bluegills, crappie, largemouth bass, rock bass and northern pike for 204 points.  Third tonight went to Team Patience, Steve Ondrus and Dan Roach with 192 points.  The wildcard was for 9th and went to Team Barley Afloat.  

Congrats to everyone for a great night of fishing.

Minnesota Multispecies fishing staff 
  

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