Minnesota Public Power Walleye Tournament

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Minnesota Public Power Walleye Tournament

Date: June 1, 2019
Time:
  • 7:00 am - 3:00 pm
Location: Bladow Beach Resort & Campground (formerly Hook, Line & Sucher - SAME LOCATION), 36052 Rush Lake Loop, Ottertail, MN 56571
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This event is now closed for online registration

 To register, please go thttps://tinyurl.com/fishing-2019
Note: Registration not available on MMUA's website.

Schedule - event will be held rain or shine

Saturday, June 1
6:15 am  Check In Opens
7 am - 3 pm  Tournament (lunch included)
5 pm  Prize/Awards Presentation & Steak Fry

Plus FISH FRY for all registered participants the night before - Friday, May 31!

Location

Rush Lake, Ottertail, Minnesota

Tournament Headquarters

Bladow Beach Resort & Campground (formerly Hook, Line and Sucher Resort & Campground - SAME LOCATION)
36052 Rush Lake Loop, Ottertail, MN 56571

Entry Fee

Electric Utility Employees:  $50/boat (2-person team)
Non-Utility Registrant (associate member/supplier): $150/boat (2-person team)

NOTE: Maximum of 50 2-person teams. Registration space filled on a "first-come" basis and cannot be guaranteed. Payment must accompany registration.

Proceeds from this event will be donated to lineworker training programs in Minnesota.

Questions?

Contact Tournament Coordinators:

To Register

Registration is not available on MMUA's website. To register, please go to https://tinyurl.com/fishing-2019. Deadline to register is May 10 or when registration is full.

A printable brochure of this information is also available.

 

 

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