Weber, Casmey win Scheels Boundary Battle Catfish Tournament

Teams could weigh in three catfish – two catfish larger than 24 inches and one “slot fish” smaller than 24 inches – each day.

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Scheels Boundary Battle Catfish Tournament
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The team of Troy Weber and Dustin Casmey weighed in their two-day limit of six catfish for a total weight of 65.34 pounds to win the seventh annual Scheels Boundary Battle Catfish Tournament, held Saturday, June 26, and Sunday, June 27, on the Red River in Grand Forks and East Grand Forks.

Teams could weigh in three catfish – two catfish larger than 24 inches and one “slot fish” smaller than 24 inches – each day. Weber and Casmey also weighed in the biggest catfish of the tournament with an 18.12-pound fish they brought to the scales Sunday.


Rounding out the top 10 teams, all with three-fish limits both days, were:

  • Second: Darwin Lunski and Brandon Lunski, 63.82 pounds.

  • Third: Chris Rood and Tony Weber, 63.8 pounds.

  • Fourth: Mike Howard and John Howard, 63.62 pounds.

  • Fifth: Ryan Morrison and Logan Wysocki, 62.68 pounds.

  • Sixth: Dave Clement and Tim Brooks, 62.1 pounds.

  • Seventh: Jason McGregor and Scott Horien, 60.5 pounds.

  • Eighth: Ken Miller and Greg Miller, 60.1 pounds.

  • Ninth: Trevor Lunski and Jace Lunski, 59.69 pounds.

  • 10th: Jason Kalt and Cris Kalt, 59.4 pounds.


The tournament was open to 50 two-person teams. A complete listing of tournament finishes is available at .

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Brad Dokken joined the Herald company in November 1985 as a copy editor for Agweek magazine and has been the Grand Forks Herald's outdoors editor since 1998.

Besides his role as an outdoors writer, Dokken has an extensive background in northwest Minnesota and Canadian border issues and provides occasional coverage on those topics.

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