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Fargo team wins 43rd annual Devils Lake Chamber walleye tourney

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The team of Spencer Deutz and Carley Deutz of Fargo weighed in 10 walleyes for 50.33 pounds to win the 43rd annual Devils Lake Chamber Walleye Tournament, held Friday and Saturday, June 21-22, on Devils Lake.

Grahams Island State Park was tournament headquarters.

Rounding out the top five teams were:

  • Second: Aaron Johnson and Michele Johnson, nine fish, 46.63 pounds.

  • Third: Cory Anderson and Ken Remmen, 10 fish, 45.27 pounds.

  • Fourth: Bob Gibson and Brad Larson, nine fish, 43.03 pounds.

  • Fifth: Lonnie Jacobs and John Hirschkorn, 10 fish, 41.63 pounds.

Related Topics: FISHINGDEVILS LAKE
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