12th Annual Minnesota Fishing Challenge
May 29 @ 6:00 pm - May 30 @ 6:00 pm
MN Fishing Challenge Host Al Lindner knows catching fish during a tournament is important. He also knows that those who participate in the annual MN Fishing Challenge are fishing because they are saving lives. “This is a fun event because contestants catch fish on Gull Lake at the best time while raising funds for people who are facing alcohol and drug addictions,” Lindner said, “I strongly believe we can make a difference by raising funds for MN Adult and Teen Challenge. I know it positively impacts boys, girls, men, women, and their families.”
The Minnesota Fishing Challenge will take place at your favorite fishing hole on Saturday, May 30. Teams fish for the species they love (or whatever bites). Divisions are bass, walleye, pike, and panfish. Team may only weigh in fish in one division; declared at weigh-in. All ages welcome! All skill levels welcome!
With the impact COVID-19 has had across the state and guidelines put in place by Minnesota state legislation, we have decided to make a few changes to our annual fishing tournament. Click here to read a message from our tournament director.
- Fish from the comfort of your own water this year! You will not be required to fish on Gull Lake, as previously planned.
- The rules dinner will now be a virtual meeting held Friday, May 30 at 6:30pm.
- You will be able to record catches with an online app (more details to come).
Register your team today and start fundraising or support a team to further the mission of freedom from addiction! All ages and skill levels welcome!