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It took a 7.51 average to take the prize.

MTT 6/4/2016 This is nuts. No fish

http://mntournamenttrail1.homestead.com/2016_Results/results.htm





-- Edited by Doug Ertl on Saturday 4th of June 2016 05:52:40 PM

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There is no doubt that great numbers of fish are being caught but aren't these weights just estimated  as only measurements of inches are used then calculated Theoretically into a weight therefore not really a true actual weight caught?

In some previous AIM tournaments I think weights were over exagerated IMHO.

 



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MTT uses a weight conversion that is for mille lacs using data weights for the lake. So I would say it is really close. I talked to Mike and Renee about this a few times. They wanted the weights to reflect the actual as close as possible.



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That is good to know. I was curious. AIM used some exploided weights or at least I thought.

Thansk for clarifying. Hold it, how can this be... I thought there were no fish in multiple year classes left.



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Doug Ertl wrote:

MTT uses a weight conversion that is for mille lacs using data weights for the lake. So I would say it is really close. I talked to Mike and Renee about this a few times. They wanted the weights to reflect the actual as close as possible.


 Thanks Doug. Good Work.

FYI, from Malmo Mike: Mike & Renee know their business and are good folks!

Take care, MM



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