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National Walleye Tour anglers give tips, tricks heading into April 28-29 stop in Chamberlain, S.D.

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Anglers drive downstream on the Missouri River's Lake Francis Case north of Chamberlain, South Dakota.
Adam Thury / Mitchell Republic
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CHAMBERLAIN, S.D. — The National Walleye Tour's second stop in 2022 is in Chamberlain on April 28-29.

Anglers have already begun pre-fishing before the two-day competition gets underway.

Hear from two anglers on different tactics for catching walleyes on the Missouri River in Chamberlain.

Luke Hagen was promoted to editor of the Mitchell Republic in 2014. He has worked for the newspaper since 2008 and has covered sports, outdoors, education, features and breaking news. He can be reached at lhagen@mitchellrepublic.com.
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