2013 Walleye Circuit Poster
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2013 Fall Classic Walleye tournament (Crooked Creek Bay or Fourchette Bay, Fort Peck Lake, August 10th and 11th)
We are looking forward to a great tournament once again
in 2013. As everyone knows we are very low on water
again at Crooked Creek. The water level right now is 1.5
feet below the boat ramp, the Corp of Engineer’s
projections are calling for a 4 to 5 feet rise. We are
hoping for the 5 feet or higher, this would allow us to
have the tournament at Crooked Creek. Everyone needs to
pray for snow and rain the next few months. The backup
plan would be Fourchette bay, but we will not know for
sure until late May or early June. So we are planning on
announcing the location at our 1st tournament of the
year, Fresno. Once the location has been announced we
will have the boundaries posted on our Website and
another story to give you the latest developments for
the tourney. At either location we are expecting a
phenomenal bite, and a ton of tournament fun.
Fall Classic Walleye Tournament will be held August 10th and 11th, with the rules meeting at 7:00 pm Friday Night. One member of each team must attend the rules meeting. Come down and spend the whole week with us, you definitely can’t go wrong! Keep in mind, Crooked Creek or Fourchette boat ramps will be the only official launch sites, you must camp and launch at Crooked Creek or Fourchette (depending on tournament location) to be part of the tournament.
We just wanted to give you an overview of all the great things Fall Classic will be offering this year. We plan on paying back 100 %( of entries) to the top 25% of the field. Along with the top 25% of the field we’ll also be paying out to these categories: Adult/Child, Mixed Couples, Dinosaur, Family/Novice, closest to 5lbs, Multi-species, highest boat places, largest Smallmouth bass, tough luck award, and of course largest daily Walleye and Northern Pike. Plaques will be given to the top 3 teams, and 1st place Adult/Child, Mixed Couples and Dinosaur divisions. If you ad all of this up with the increase in the Montana Circuit prize payouts, we could possibly be giving out to 40% of the fishing field.
Some of our great past sponsors and hopefully sponsors that will continue into 2013 are: Crooked Creek Chapter of WUL, Billings Chapter of WUL, Don’s Store, Coca-Cola, Tammi’s Travel, Mike McElvain (State Farm Insurance), Thad’s Tackle Shop, Midtown Market, Flathead Chapter of WUL, Lewistown News Argus, Rich Nearhoof, Bar 19/Western lounge, Lewistown Honda, Pourman’s Café, Intermountain Distributing/Budweiser, Deer Creek Dental, Do All Construction, KDA Enterprises and Mid-State signs. We are in the process of contacting and securing sponsorships as you read this article. It has always amazed me on how these Montana business’s always come through for us, please make sure to support our local businesses.
As you can see, we are gearing up to have an unbelievably fun tournament. We hope to see you down there, come spend the whole week with us. Remember Fall Classic is the last of 4 tournaments on the Montana Walleye Circuit, try to hit 3 of them and compete for tons of year end prizes. Angler of the Year, Team of the year, top mixed couples and top Adult/Child will be decided at this tournament. You must be a member of Walleyes Unlimited to fish circuit tournaments. Make sure you send proof of your ending membership date, with your Fall Classic entry, this will help us know you’re a member through the date of our tournament. This is a great way to make sure Friday night before the tournament goes smooth. Entries for Fall Classic and membership applications can be downloaded from our website, montanawalleyesunlimited.net, or in this season’s issues of Fish Tales magazine.
If you go to our website, then to the tournament page, you will find the Fall Classic tournament roster of signed up anglers. The roster will start in April and I’ll have it updated monthly, spots are going fast so get your entry in soon!
Remember to keep posted in June on our Website for final location and a Fall Classic update story.
If you have any questions please give me a call!
Travis Scott, 2013 Fall Classic tournament director, 406-366-5603
Top Qualifying Teams from Montana Walleye Circuit
invited to Cabela's National Team Walleye Championship
We have been given 7 slots/invitations to this years Cabela's Team Championship that will be held August 22-24th, 2013 at Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. Entries are due in by March 31st. It requires an entry form and the entry fee of $300 per team payable to the Walleye Federation. Entries can now be done on-line at the Walleye Federation site: http://walleyefederation.com/cabelas-ntc/
If you are interested in going and have qualified by fishing the Montana Walleye Circuit let me know and I can verify your eligibility for you. It is not likely the top 7 teams will go, so even if you aren't in the top 7, you might still have a chance to go.
I have fished the Sault Ste. Marie area and it is a great place and would be a lot of fun. We would like to see Montana represented there.
Dale R Gilbert
PO Box 91
Ulm, MT 59485
Circuit Dates and Contact personnel
These are the official Montana Walleyes Unlimited Circuit Dates and Contact
Personnel. Applications are now available!
Please click on the application tab!
Fresno Walleye Challenge – June 8-9 – Steve Chvilicek
Canyon Ferry Walleye Festival – June 22-23 – Dennis Hovden
Tiber Walleye Tournament – July 27-28 – Doug Rohlf
Fall Classic - August 10-11 - Travis Scott
WU Circuit Coordinator and Contact
Enroll now for the 2013 Montana Walleye Circuit E-Blast!
If you are interested in the Montana Walleye Circuit
or have any friends who may be interested, the Montana
Walleye Circuit E-Blast will give you the opportunity to
stay in tune with what is going on in the circuit. By
filling out the form below your will be updated by email
in a timely fashion. This will include information about
the circuit, pre-tournament conditions, fishing reports,
tournament results, including daily results where
internet access is available for it to be sent, and
information on products and promotions from the circuit
Even if you aren’t fishing the circuit, you may be interested in how the bite is on your favorite water. Or maybe you want to see how your friends are doing. Either way, this will be the best way to stay in touch with what is going on. The cost is $10 per email account and the account will expire 12/31/2013.
None of your information will be sold or used for any other purposes – the intent of the circuit is to simply have an easy and timelier method of getting information out to those who are interested. The funds generated by this will go back into the Montana Walleye Circuit.
2013 Montana Walleye Circuit Kick Off
By Dale Gilbert
The 2013 Montana Walleye Circuit kicks off with things looking better than ever. We are off to another great season with tournament dates, locations, and boundaries submitted for FWP approval, increasing support from sponsors, and a slightly revised entry form and process. The tournament entry forms, rules, and Walleyes Unlimited membership forms are included in The January issue of Fish Tales as well as being available on the Walleyes Unlimited of Montana website: www.montanawalleyesunlimited.net
(PLEASE NOTE: There are no big carp and big northern categories for Canyon Ferry as listed on the Fish Tales entry form – Sorry my oversight)
For 2013 the Montana Walleye Circuit will consist of 4 tournaments across the state beginning in June with the last tournament in August. Tournament dates and locations are:
June 8-9th Fresno Walleye Challenge – 100 teams
June 22-23rd Canyon Ferry Walleye Festival – 150 teams
July 27-28th Tiber Walleye Tourney – 125 teams
August 10-11th Fall Classic on Fort Peck – Crooked Creek or Fourchette Bay – 75 teams location depends on water levels
Changes in the tournament entry application forms and process have been made to encourage early entries as well as make the process of registration and getting the rules meetings done at each tournament quicker and more efficient. Bottom line we intend to avoid the confusion, frustration, and time delays experienced last two years with verification of current membership in Walleyes Unlimited, etc. just prior to the rules meetings. So we are hoping everyone will accept and appreciate the changes that will benefit everyone come tournament days. These changes are summarized as follows:
1. When you submit your tournament entry form, you will be required to provide your Walleyes Unlimited membership expiration date (from the mailing label of your Fish Tales magazine) on your entry form. If this expiration date is not valid through the date of the tournament you wish to enter, you will have to send in a separate membership renewal/extension form and with a separate check payable to Walleyes Unlimited of Montana with the tournament entry form and payment so that your membership can be extended, or evidence that you have extended your membership (a receipt, copy of your mailing label showing the expiration date, etc.) You will not lose anything; it will simply extend your membership expiration date one year. The tournament entry will not be accepted and you will not be entered into the tournament roster without your expiration date being beyond the date of the tournament in 2013. The main reason for this is that last year it was a zoo, in trying to determine who was a current member or not at the rules meetings. We can avoid all of those issues, confusion and delays by dealing with this when the entry form is processed by the tournament official.
2. We are requesting you list your age on the entry form to determine eligibility for the Adult/Child (under 18 at the time of the tournament) and Dinosaur divisions (over 62 at the time of the tournament) – if you are not interested in either; you do not need to list your age.
3. We also added a space for your email addresses if you have one. This is not required, but it would be very helpful in getting information and updates out to you on the tournament you have entered. So we would appreciate your providing a current email address.
4. We have deleted the late application fee. We would really appreciate as many early entries as possible to allow a little time to prepare tournament packets, flight schedules and sheets, scoring spreadsheet data entry, etc. rather than leaving it till the last minute and just prior to the rules meetings. So please do not wait until the last minute to enter.
5. We have expanded the Early Bird Incentive program and there will be some nice prizes for those who have entered early.
Entry fees for each tournament have been set at $250 per team for each event which includes a $10 Conservation Fee. Every year the conservation fee funds have been put back into each local fishery to help maintain and or improve it. If you have a suggestion for a future project please let the Tournament director know.
Overall, Circuit anglers will be competing for over $100,000 in cash and prizes.
We will be offering more Circuit Awards at each individual tournament as well as the Year-End Circuit Awards for Angler of the Year, Team of the Year, Top Mixed Couple Team and Top Adult Child Team.
Scoring for the year end Circuit awards will be based on the best 3 tournament scores for the Adult (AT) teams and Mixed Couple (MC) teams and best 2 scores for the Adult/Child (AC) teams. This means a person does not need to fish all four to be able to win a year end Circuit award.
In addition to the year-end Circuit awards and the tournament payouts from entry fees, there will also be awards to specific categories in each tournament from the Circuit sponsors.
Early Bird Incentive Award program. We will have a random drawing at the rules meeting of each tournament and draw from those teams who have had their entry received and accepted by May 1st, 2013.
Last year, some of the tournaments filled so if you are thinking of fishing them, don’t procrastinate or you may find yourself on a waiting list and you won’t be eligible for the Early Bird Incentive prizes.
We are still in the process of finalizing some pending sponsorship issues but overall things are looking great. I would sincerely encourage you to support the sponsors and let them know that you appreciate their support for the Circuit.
There are some incentive and contingency awards again being offered this year so if you are in the market for a new fishing rig – it might be worth your while to check them out below. Also, if you are looking at upgrading your electronics it might be worth stopping by one of the sport shows to see what is new for 2013 at the Montana Walleye and Montana Walleye Circuit booth.
Big R Stores in Washington, Idaho, Great Falls, and Havre have signed on as a major sponsor again for 2013 with increased support. They will be covering the costs for the tournament scoring, weigh cards, weigh boards, boat boards, tournament result printouts, etc.
In addition this year, Big R Stores in Montana have also offered to sponsor a special Early Bird Incentive Award for the first 25 entries into the Fresno Walleye Challenge and also the Tiber Tourney being “guaranteed winners.” The winners will receive an award voucher at the rules meeting that can be taken into the local Big R store and redeemed. Prizes will vary from tackle samples to rod combos – bottom line it is a great program and incentive to get your entries in early. Last year this was done at the Fresno Walleye Challenge and there were some very nice prizes awarded.
The Big R Store in Havre has recently completed a major expansion and continues to improve their fishing departments – if you haven’t been into the stores to see what they have, you need to do so. They also have put a lot of effort into training their sales staff and if they don’t have what you want, let them know. As they say, “Almost Anything…Big R’s Got it.” www.bigrstore.com
Lund Boats and Townsend Marine – 7812 US Highway 287, Townsend MT has teamed up and is offering $500 to the top placing Lund Team in each tournament. They will also present $500 and a very nice trophy to the Top Lund Team of the Year. Along with these things Lund and Townsend are providing the boat decals and bags to be provided for each team at the rule meetings. www.lundboats.com
Townsend Marine in addition, is also offering a $500 voucher to the Top Team at each tournament that can be redeemed on any purchase over $10000 at Townsend Marine. They are also furnishing the plaques for Fresno, Tiber and Canyon Ferry. Contact Brian or Dave at 406-266-5700 www.townsendmarine.com
Mercury Motors has again sponsored the circuit so we will be setting up some awards based on their contributions. www.Mercurymarine.com
Rimrock GMC & Cadillac is offering a $500 cash incentive award to the top finishing GMC or Cadillac towing team and each event. Contact Doug Quast at Rimrock GMC & Cadillac in Billings for a great deal on a new truck.406-655-8632. They generally have a great inventory and offer some great deals – just let him know you are a walleye fisherman.
Townsend Marine and Bob’s Super Market – co-sponsor a special award for the Canyon Ferry Walleye Festival where if a new state record walleye is caught during the tournament the winner gets a new $60000 Lund boat.
Ranger Boats and One Way Marine & Motor Sports, Inc. - 3186 E US Highway 12, Helena MT will award a $500 Ranger Wear certificate/gift card to the top placing Ranger Team at each tournament that can be redeemed at One Way Marine or on line at www.rangerwear.com.
Plus if you win a circuit tournament fishing in a Ranger Cup Qualified boat you will receive $500 in cash. See https://www.rangerboats.com/RangerCup/ for requirements.
In addition, Ranger and One Way Marine have teamed up to offer a $1500 Ranger Certificate that can be used towards the purchase of a new boat. This will be awarded at year end based on a random drawing from the top 15 Anglers of the Year and will be transferable. Contact Dan Chovanak at 406-443-7373. www.onewaymarine.com www.rangerboats.com
Lowrance has agreed to provide tech support for the circuit tournaments – which will be done by Dale Gilbert who has been on the Lowrance Pro Staff team for years and is very knowledgeable. He can do software updates, troubleshooting, check and/or tweak your settings, set up overlay data, and networking of units, etc. He can also check your transducer and make sure it is working like it should be. If you have questions or concerns about whether your unit is performing the way it should or just need some good advice, or you are thinking about updating your unit - look Dale up at the tournament site – he is generally there several days in advance of each tournament. Dale will be at Fresno, Tiber, and Canyon Ferry.
In addition, for 2013 Lowrance has donated a Lowrance HDS 7 Gen 2 Touch unit that the circuit will be selling raffle tickets on. This unit has a retail value of about $1600 and is one of the best there is. If you want to see how these units work, contact Dale Gilbert who will also be offering free “on-the-water demos” at Fresno, Tiber, and Canyon Ferry. Raffle tickets will be available at the Great Rockies Sport Show at the MontanaWalleye.com booth January 4-5th in Helena, January 11-13th in Billings, and January 25-27th at the Townsend Marine Boat show in Helena; February 15-17th at the Helena Boat show hosted by One Way Marine in Helena; and the Walleyes Unlimited State Convention on April 13th in Glasgow and at each of the tournaments. www.lowrance.com
Minn Kota has donated a Minn Kota 80# 24 volt Terrova US2 with i-Pilot. This is a bow mount electric trolling motor with the US2 Universal Sonar. The i-Pilot has a built-in GPS module that takes the place of the Auto Pilot and does so much more – recording and retracing plot trails, spot lock which is like throwing out an anchor, and cruise control for trolling a set speed, etc. It is a great set-up and makes boat control so much easier. The i-Pilot is absolutely amazing and can still be used as an Auto Pilot if a person wishes. This has a retail value of about $1470 and would be a great addition to your walleye rig. www.minnkotamotors.com
Mack’s Lures has again donated some gift cards for the top finishing team and a lure package for the largest walleye for each event. www.Mackslure.com
Navionics has again committed to support the circuit and will provide 5 vouchers for a free Navionics chart to be awarded to the top team at each tournament. www.navionics.com
A-Z Tires – has again committed to the “Cool Under Pressure Award” at each tournament by recognizing the team who makes the most significant improvement in rank from day one and their final rank on day two of each tournament – receiving a set of boat trailer tires.
Bob and Patti Hickey – have donated $500 in cash with $100 to be awarded to the top Adult/Child Team at each of the 4 tournaments and $100 to the Top/Adult Child Team of the Year. The purpose is to encourage the participation of more Adult/Child teams – getting the younger generation interested by taking a child fishing and having fun as a family.
K2 Laserworks –2102 Walter Road, Billings MT 59105 has donated the year end award plaques. Todd does a great job with them, and also does embroidering, screen prints, etc. contact Todd Koessl 406-794-1292 www.k2laserworks.com
Scheels Sports of Billings Rimrock Mall at 300 S 24th St W Billings, MT has again agreed to donate rod/reel combos to be awarded to the top Adult/Child team at each tournament and the Top Adult/Child Team of the Year and a special prize for the Dinosaur Award which is a prize that goes to the team with the largest weight from teams with at least one team member who is 62 years or older at the time of the tournament. www.scheelssports.com
Scheels Sports of Great Falls Holiday Village Mall at 1200 10th Ave S, Great Falls, MT– has agreed to donate some Trolling Rod/reel combos and some gift cards to be awarded to the Hardest Charger Award Team who has the largest day weight on day two that zeroed on day one at each tournament. www.scheelssports.com
Town Pump is offering some gas cards and we will be setting up a Tough Luck Award for the first place out of the money and a Lewis & Clark Traveler award for who has traveled the farthest to an event.
The Boat Shop – Tom Reiter from the Boat Shop in Laurel has offered a service package worth up to $250 for each event.
Lewistown Taxidermy, 501 1st Ave. South, Lewistown MT has donated a replica mount for the Largest Walleye Caught and Released in the circuit tournaments for 2013. The hope is that this will encourage anglers to release their trophy fish and get a replica mount made. Dan has received national awards for his taxidermy work and will do a great job. All he needs is a good picture, some measurements and some time. Fish replica mounts generally cost from $15 to $18 an inch which is about the same as a skin mount and are a lot of work, but there is a huge benefit to not having to kill a 10-15 year old fish in order to put a trophy on your wall. Contact Dan Gill at 406-366-9388 www.lewistowntaxidermy.net
Falls Auto Glass – 108 5th Street South, Great Falls MT has donated vouchers for $100 off a windshield replacement and 2 – free rock chip repairs for each event for the Early Bird Incentive drawings. They have a great shop here in Great Falls and also offer mobile service. Contact Terry Eisenbarth at 406-453-5537.
Roberts Bait & Tackle - 21 Eaton Ave, Great Falls, MT has donated 16 of his “Robert’s Special” jig kits with an assortment of sizes and colors. At each tournament 4 of the kits will be awarded at a random drawing of teams who have qualified for the Early Bird Incentive Awards. Contact Leonard Roberts at 454-1877. Leonard will have bait for sale at the Fresno Walleye Challenge – crawlers and leeches so let him know what you want.
We will again offer Montana Walleye Circuit Youth Scholarship Award. The Youth Scholarship Award program has been developed to encourage the involvement of youth participants in the Montana Walleye Circuit for 2013. To be eligible for the awards, a youth must participate in one of the four 2013 Montana Walleye Circuit tournaments, and submit a written essay that will be evaluated and ranked by the Circuit board. To be eligible as a "Youth" they must be under 18 years of age at the time of fishing a qualifying tournament. If funding is adequate, multiple awards may be given. Applicants may be grouped by age class, i.e. 15-17, 14 and under, etc. Funds will only be available for post-secondary education at a regionally accredited institution. Funds will be deposited in an education fund with the money being sent directly to the school when the successful applicant submits verification of enrollment. Anyone who would like to contribute to this program can do so by contacting Dale Gilbert Contributions can be sent to the Montana Walleye Circuit, % Dale Gilbert, PO Box 91 Ulm, MT 59485. Contributions should be made payable to the Montana Walleye Circuit.
Also, we will be offering again the “Montana Walleye Circuit E-Blast”. Anyone with an access to email can sign up for “E-Blast.” “E-Blast” will provide information on pre-tournament conditions, tournament reports and results, information on sponsor’s product releases and/or promotions and sales through the email account provided when signing up. The cost is $10 per email account/person and the enrollment form is on the website.
Tournaments are not for everyone, but they can be a lot of fun and they definitely provide opportunities for anyone who wants to learn more about walleye fishing or about their favorite system. I would encourage everyone to come, watch, listen and learn.
We are looking forward to a great 2013 Montana Walleye Circuit season and hope you will be able to come and have fun with us.
Fort Peck Circuit
Sillerud & Rasmusan take top honors at 2012 Fort Peck Championship Series
By Steve Harada
The 2012 Fort Peck Championship Series ended the 3rd season with a very decisive outcome. Glasgow anglers, Norm Sillerud and JR Rasmusan wrapped up their Team of the Year and Co-Anglers of the Year Championship by winning the Hell Creek Walleye Tournament. The two long-time tournament participants entered the tournament less than two points behind Kris Keller and Charlie Redfield who entered event leading the Series after winning Rock Creek and a 3rd place finish at the Montana Governor’s Cup Walleye Tournament. Keller and Levi Sugg were vying for a 3-peat at Hell Creek after winning the event two years in row. Norm and JR had just come off a victory at the Gov Cup the previous weekend and had a very respectable 3rd place finish at Rock Creek, in the Series opener.
Hell Creek Walleye Tournament was the grand finale and Ramusan and Sillerud led from wire-to-wire to claim the undisputed tournament and Fort Peck Championship Series victories. Wow! Winning a single tournament on Fort Peck in one season is an incredible feat but to put together back-to-back wins on Fort Peck Reservoir from one weekend to the next is an absolutely phenomenal accomplishment. Norm and JR are not only great walleye anglers but they are also a couple of the genuinely nicest and humblest guys that you will find both on and off the water. Congratulations to Norm Sillerud and JR Rasmusan the 2012 Anglers and Team of the Year!
Kris Keller and Charile Redfield ended up in 2nd place for Angler and Team of the Year and were a mere 1.9 points behind the Champions. Ken Schmidt of Glasgow ended up in 3rd place for Angler of Year and Todd Dooley and Randy Hurst of Sidney finished up in 3rd place for Team of Year. The adult/child award goes out to Clint and Layne Thomas for the 2nd year in a row. The father/son team from Jordan and Hell Creek Marina operators also finished up in 9th place overall with a 16th place finish at Governor’s Cup and a 10th place finish at Hell Creek. The mixed couple award went to Carly and Whit Rush from Wolf Point who had a 2nd place finish at Rock Creek and 79th overall in the Governor’s Cup. The couple also caught the largest walleye for the series event with a 33”/14.72 pound giant on Day 1 of The Rock Creek Walleye Tourney. Congratulations go out to these anglers and the other anglers who placed in different events and also a big thanks to all of the 325 anglers that participated in the 2012 tournaments.
Some huge Northern Pike were caught during the Fort Peck events and 2013 will likely provide some fantastic fishing for many different species on the prairie reservoir. A huge thank you goes to the sponsors of the Fort Peck Championship Series and they include Budweiser/Nemont Beverage, Westside Sports, Mon-Dak Marine, Hi-Line Ford, Git-n-Go and J & M Distributing. The Series would not exist without their support so please support these fine folks, as well.
All of the 2012 awards will be presented at this year’s state Walleyes Unlimited Banquet, April 13th in Glasgow. The 2013 Ft. Peck Championship Series kicks off with Rock Creek June 1 & 2, followed up by the Montana Governor’s Cup, who recently announced a 100% payout for this year’s event, how exciting! Hell Creek Walleye Tourney will be held July 20 & July 21, and it will be the culmination for the Series and the championship will probably be determined this year, as well. To qualify for the Series, anglers just need to fish two or more events and be members of Walleyes Unlimited. Good fishing to all and remember to take a kid fishing!
NAME Rock Creek Gov Cup Hell Creek Total Points
1. RASMUSAN, JR 33.75 -3rd 41.52 -1st 53.34 -1st 200 points
1 SILLERUD, Norm 33.75 -3rd 41.52 -1st 53.34 -1st 200 points
2 KELLER, Kris 58.52 -1st 30.80 -3rd 37.72 -2nd 198.1 points
2 REDFIELD, Charlie 58.52 -1st 30.80 -3rd 198.1 points
3 SCHMIDT, Ken 29.32 -5th 40.26 -2nd 191.8 points
4 DOOLEY, Todd 29.67 -4th 29.32 – 5th 190.7 points
4 HURST, Randy 29.67 -4th 29.32 – 5th 190.7 points
5 TUBBS, Tom 28.65 -6th 25.98 – 6th 177.8 points
6 SUGG, Levi 18.94 – 13th 13.74- 57th 37.72 -2nd 175.6 points
7 ROSSOL, Chris 17.99- 14th 30.70-4th 173.5 points
7 ROSSOL, Ken 17.99- 14th 30.70-4th 173. 5 points
8 OLNESS, Ernie 16.777 -17th 26.53- 7th 165.2 points
9 THOMAS, Clint 21.32 -16th 23.92 – 10th 162 points
9 THOMAS, Layne 21.32 -16th 23.92 – 10th 162 points
10 SUGG, Ed
24.19-12th 21.14 -12th 160.6 points
2012 Top Ten Fort Peck Championship Series
Circuit Dates and Contact personnel
These are the official Fort Peck Circuit Dates and Contact
Personnel. Applications are now available!
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Rock Creek – June 1-2 – Steve Harada and Ted Toavs
Governors Cup – July 11-13 – Lisa Olk
Hell Creek – July 20-21 – Jordan Dasinger and Calvin Thomas
Fort Peck Circuit Coordinator and Contact
Broadwater Rod and Gun Club, July 13th - Townsend
The Broadwater Rod & Gun Club Walleye Derby will be held
on July 13, 2013 from 8:30 AM to 2:30 PM on Canyon Ferry
out of the Silos. **Please note the change in
Entry Fee: $80/team - Limit 90 two-person teams.
Location: Silos, Townsend
For more information contact Doug Breker at 266-5279 (work) or 266-3102 (home) before 8:30 p.m. Or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Glasgow/FP Women's Tournament, August 3rd
SATURDAY August 3rd, 2013 - 80% PAYOUT of CASH & PRIZES - $80.00 PER TEAM - Ages 12 through 17 must be with an adult partner.
**Enter by July 10th and your team will be entered to win $500.00 in Chamber Big Bucks !!
John Arnold Fish Derby, August 10th - York Bridge
Location: Hauser Lake, York Bridge Fishing Access Site
Date: Saturday, August 10, 2013 Fishing Time: 8:30am to 2:30pm
Contest Rules Meeting and Boat Inspection: 7:30am
Fishing Boundaries: Base of Canyon Ferry Dam to Hauser Dam and Causeway Arm
Entry fee is $40 per team and must be received prior to July 24, 2013. You must be a member of Walleyes Unlimited of Montana to enter the contest. Make check payable to Upper Missouri River Chapter. Mail application and entry fee to: Adrin Clark, PO Box 639, Townsend, MT 59644-0639. Questions; call Adrin at 406-439-9473.
Fishin' For the Cure August 17th - Fort Peck
Location: Rock Creek Marina, Fort Peck
Date: Saturday, August 17th
Fishin' For the Cure August 18th at Fort Peck, Rock Creek Marina, all proceeds to benefit childhood cancer research. www.fishinforthecure.com
For more info, please email Tracy Russo
2013 Tournament Results
Click here for full results from 2013 - Jordan Tough Guy tournament recently added!
2012 Tournament Results
2011 Tournament Results
Montana Circuit - Angler Of The Year
Montana Circuit - Adult Child
Montana Circuit - Mixed Couple
Fort Peck Champs
Canyon Ferry Festival
2013 Fishing Tournament Applications
2013 Walleyes Unlimited Circuit
2013 Fort Peck Walleyes Series
Other 2013 Fishing Applications
Glasgow/FT Women's Tournament - August 3rd (Applications to be posted at a later date)