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Andersons win Cirks Bros. fishing tourney – Park Rapids Enterprise


Winners of the Cirks Brothers Memorial Scholarship Fishing Tournament, last Saturday on Lake Belle Taine, were Jeremy Anderson and Kayla Anderson.

The tournament 49 entrants, according to official results. Prizes ranged from $2,000 for first place down to $150 for 10th, with $150 each awarded to the teams that caught the largest walleye, northern and bass.

The Andersons caught the most fish at 11, weighing a total of 25.93 pounds. Their catch included three walleye totaling 6.52 pounds, with the biggest weighing 2.61; three northern pike totaling 5.13 pounds, the biggest at 1.71 pounds; and five bass totaling 14.28 pounds, the biggest at 3.02. With three bonus points for catching all three kinds of fish, they finished with a score of 28.93.

The pair also won the Ole and Lena award for top-placing male and female team.

In second place were Brett Kent and Ryan Kent, catching 10 fish weighing a total of 25.8 pounds and earning 28.8 points. Their catch included two walleye, three northerns and five bass.

Placing third were Kevin George and Tayden George at 26.86 points, with nine fish totaling 23.86 pounds – one walleye, three northerns and five bass.

In fourth place were Kevin Lindow and Daniel Lindow at 26.31 points, with nine fish totaling 23.31 pounds – one walleye, three northerns and five bass. At 5.65 pounds, their walleye was the largest caught in the tournament.

Taking fifth place were Nick Klitzke and Andy Sandberg with 24.23 points and nine fish totaling 21.23 pounds – again, one walleye, three northerns and five bass.

Placing sixth were Keith Blumberg and Dave Luedke with 24.05 points and nine fish totaling 21.05 pounds – one walleye, three northerns and five bass.

The seventh-place team of Chuck Durham and Jason Durham earned 23.77 points with nine fish totaling 20.77 pounds – one walleye, three northerns and five bass.

First time entrants Mike Jacobs and Susan Jacobs placed eighth with 23.46 points and nine fish totaling 20.46 pounds – also one walleye, three northerns and five bass. One of their northerns, weighing 8.18 pounds, was the largest of the day. They also won the Iron Horse First Timers Award.

In ninth place were Ray Scully and Jimmy Gleason with 22.93 points and 11 fish totaling 19.93 pounds – five walleye, one northern and five bass.

Rounding out the top 10 were Josh Winter and Dan Freeman with 21.98 points and nine fish totaling 18.98 pounds – one walleye, three northerns and five bass.

Other teams earning 20 or more points included Kenny Barr and Jeff Barr at 21.38, Dean Christofferson and Jon Gravdahl at 21.13, and Hunter Schroeder and first-time competitor Brian Wareham at 20.63. The Barrs caught the largest bass of the day at 3.68 pounds.

An additional four teams earned the three-point bonus, and all but four teams caught at least two fish. Winning the Incredibly Mediocre Award by placing 25th were Joe Amsberry and Jim Clarey with 14.15 points.

A total of 26 walleye were caught, weighing 66.34 pounds altogether and 2.55 pounds on average. The 110 northern pikes caught in the tournament weighed a total of 213.85 pounds, averaging 1.94 pounds. The 180 bass caught weighed a total of 363.62 pounds and an average of 2.02 pounds.

All in, competitors caught 643.81 pounds of fish weighing an average of 2.04 pounds.





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