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Minnesota fishing tournament angler, Tom Johnson, with a great St. Louis River smallmouth bass.
Minnesota Multispecies Tournament angler, Tom Johnson, with a great St. Louis River, Duluth, Minnesota smallmouth bass. 

 Fishing Pot

Big Fish Pot

All teams will have the opportunity to join the Big Fish Pot.  It will cost $50 for the year and must be paid prior to any fish being scored into that Pot.  Total inches of big fish scored and only for the species listed below.  These will be added together automatically for this Fishing Pot.  No panfish or rough fish of any kind will be scored into this pot. 

Cost:    $50/year
Species:  ONLY Walleyes, Northern Pike, Muskies, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, and Lake Superior fish (Trouts and Salmons).

We will have a page on this website tracking the pot and leaders week to week.

At the end of year, we will use the funds in the pot to purchase plaques for both members of the teams placing first, second, third, and those teams scoring the largest muskie, largest northern pike, largest walleye, largest bass (largemouth or smallmouth), and largest Lake Superior fish (trout or salmon).  All remaining funds will be split between the first, second and third place teams in the amounts of 50%, 30%, and 20%.  We will be zeroing out the funds, as we must as a non-profit organization.  All teams will know who is in and be able to track the funds in the treasury report, as with all MMTS activities. 

Be sure to let your tournament director know you want in and be sure to pay prior to a night that you want counted towards the pot.  There will be no exceptions.. 

This should make for another interesting fishing competition and another way for people to win. 

Minnesota Fishing Staff - 1/16/2006


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