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hoto highlights of MWC World Walleye Tournament Roger Meyer and Joel Willette of Watertown, prize for the weekend, a paychek for $13,000 for 32.15 pounds of fish. !  %::&lt; on the big board is Mellssa Pinkert of Milbank, weights for the day. ii!i !< of Escanabe, MI, along with partner Ralph this nice walleye, at 7.26 pounds. JUST TWO OF THE FISH which took the Keenan brothers, Mark, of Appleton, Wl and Tommy of Hatley, Wl (pictured) to 15.75 pounds total weight for Saturday alone. JIM GRE.GORY of Big Stone City. andpartner Rick Hentges of Milbank took first place on Saturday, weighing m an incredible one day total of 21.90 pounds. VOLUNTEERS aided in last weekend's Masters Walleye Circuit World Walleye Qualifying on Big Stone Lake. Shown above, groups of anglers check in at The Eathonka before LOCAL MARY ARNDT dis- lays one of the fish caught by erself and husband Sonny, who totalled 6.60 pounds for the two days. SATURDAY'S BIG FISH WINNER was Richard Derdziak of Eagle, Wl, who reeled in the 8.15 pound whopper with help from teammate and brother Steven. REELING IN SEVERAL NICE WALLEYES, anglers in last weekend's MWC tourney had excellent luck on Big Stone Lake. THE WALLEYES RECOVERED BRIEFLY before being released back into the lake. Above, Roman Karels volunteers his help with the f'h. 1999 INDEPENDENT Page 7 hoto highlights of MWC World Walleye Tournament Roger Meyer and Joel Willette of Watertown, prize for the weekend, a paychek for $13,000 for 32.15 pounds of fish. !  %::< on the big board is Mellssa Pinkert of Milbank, weights for the day. ii!i !< of Escanabe, MI, along with partner Ralph this nice walleye, at 7.26 pounds. JUST TWO OF THE FISH which took the Keenan brothers, Mark, of Appleton, Wl and Tommy of Hatley, Wl (pictured) to 15.75 pounds total weight for Saturday alone. JIM GRE.GORY of Big Stone City. andpartner Rick Hentges of Milbank took first place on Saturday, weighing m an incredible one day total of 21.90 pounds. VOLUNTEERS aided in last weekend's Masters Walleye Circuit World Walleye Qualifying on Big Stone Lake. Shown above, groups of anglers check in at The Eathonka before LOCAL MARY ARNDT dis- lays one of the fish caught by erself and husband Sonny, who totalled 6.60 pounds for the two days. SATURDAY'S BIG FISH WINNER was Richard Derdziak of Eagle, Wl, who reeled in the 8.15 pound whopper with help from teammate and brother Steven. REELING IN SEVERAL NICE WALLEYES, anglers in last weekend's MWC tourney had excellent luck on Big Stone Lake. THE WALLEYES RECOVERED BRIEFLY before being released back into the lake. Above, Roman Karels volunteers his help with the f'h. 1999 INDEPENDENT Page 7