Team Extreme ice challenge stops on MinnewaskaA total of 12 teams competed on the second stop of the Team Extreme ice fishing tournaments, held on Lake Minnewaska in Glenwood January 27.
A total of 12 teams competed on the second stop of the Team Extreme ice fishing tournaments, held on Lake Minnewaska in Glenwood January 27.
Keith Kuebelbeck and Duff Peddycourt took top honors in the tournament featuring crappies and sunfish, pulling in 11 pounds, 3-5 ounces worth of fish. Their biggest fish was 1 pound, 2.4 ounces.
Finishing second were Ryan Hylla and Jeff Eickhoff with 10 pounds, 1.5 ounces in fish, and Brett Johnson and Justin Nieland had 10 pounds, 1 ounce in fish for third place.
The biggest fish was pulled in by Clayton Ketterin at 1 pound, 2.9 ounces.
This team event had two anglers allowed per team, with each team allowed to weigh in eight crappies and eight sunfish.
The next fishing action will be on Pelican Lake in Monticello on February 27, followed by action on Clearwater Lake in St. Cloud on March 3, Round Lake in Brainerd on March 31 and Mille Lacs Lake in Garrison on April 7.
ICE FISHING TOURNAMENT
1ST – Keith Kuebelbeck-Duff Peddycoart, 11 pounds, 3.5 ounces.; big fish – 1-lb., 2.4-oz.
2ND – Ryan Hylla-Jeff Eickhoff (sub), 10 pounds, 1.5 ounces; big fish – 15.6-oz.
3RD – Brett Johnson-Justin Nieland, 10 pounds, 1 ounce; big fish 14-oz.
4TH – Josh Clawson-Allan Sitzer, 9 pounds, 15 ounces; big fish – 1-lb., 1.8-oz.
5TH – Garret Svir-Kim Svir, 9 pounds, 12.5 ounces; big fish – 1-lb., 1.1-oz.
6TH – Clayton Kettering, 9 pounds, 8.5 ounces; big fish – 1-lb., 2.9-oz.
7TH – Mitch Thies, Scott Neubert, 8 pounds, 6 ounces; big fish – none.
8TH – Matt this, Rob Andrus, 7 pounds, 8.5 ounces; big fish – 1-lb., 0.7-oz.
9TH – Ryan Hamers-Randy Hamers, 6 pounds, 6 ounces; big fish – none.
10TH – Mark Stevens-Hunter Hermanson, 6 pounds, 3.5 ounces; big fish – 1-lb., 0.1-oz.
11TH – Justin Robideau-Ryan Bielinski, 3 pounds, 11 ounces; big fish – 1-lb., 0.1-oz.
12TH – Dominick Hermanson-Anthony Hermanson, 0 pounds, 12.9 ounces; big fish – 9.7-oz.