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Wall Hangers 2021!

Up-to-date standings on the biggest walleyes caught with Bloemendaal Guide Service in one epic contest for a free replica mount! That's right...the client who catches the biggest walleye in our boat during the 2021 open water fishing season is going to get a fiberglass replica as a keepsake...on us!

Final Standings - 2021
Blythe Bloemendaal* - 28.125
Scott Hofmann - 27.50
Wayne Jepsen - 27.00
Kendra Carlson* (kept fish) - 27.00
Trish Bloemendaal* - 26.50
Jeremy Cook - 26.50
Brandon Bloemendaal* - 26.25
Aubreigh McCall - 25.50
Rick Schmitt - 25.50
Mike Connelly - 24.75
Blythe Bloemendaal* - 24.50
Blythe Bloemendaal* - 24.00
Dave Hefner - 24.00
Gregg "Ernie" Sly - 24.00
Mike Connelly - 23.25
Mike Connelly - 23.00
Bruce Schlichting - 22.50
Clayton Blachford - 22.50
Jarred Meyer - 22.5
Dave Hefner - 22.25
Scott Hofmann - 22.25
Joe Grider - 22.25
Mike Connelly - 22.00

Rules of the Game

1) Longest walleye by length (must also be 26 inches or more) during the 2021 open water season wins a free replica made by Jackson Taxidermy Studio in Garrison, ND, and shipped to your house



2) Length measurements are done by pinching the tail and rounding down to the nearest quarter inch


3) In case of a tie, the first caught is considered the victor


4) Fish must be caught in my boat by a paying client (clients who won free or discounted trips via raffles will count as “paying clients”)


5) The fish must be released safely (we will take measurements of length, girth, digital weight, and a number of photos for a great fiberglass replica)


6) We will update the standings on a frequent basis so you can follow on social media and our Wall Hangers tab of the website,


7) Second place will receive a Bloemendaal Guide Service shirt


8) Third place will receive a Bloemendaal Guide Service hat


Also, for any photos y’all take of your big fish with us this year we’d greatly appreciate you posting them on social media and tagging #wallhangers2021 and Bloemendaal Guide Service or #bloemendaalfishing in your post.

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