The 32nd annual Cirks Brothers Memorial Scholarship Fishing Tournament was held June 9 on Lake Belle Taine.

The husband-wife team of Kevin and Karie Lindow won the $1,600 first prize, filling out their limits of six walleye. They caught the biggest walleye of the day - a 4.62 pounder - plus six bass and three pike for a total weight of 36.51 lbs.

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Second place went the team of Jon Gravdahl and Dean Christofferson, with a total catch of 31.26 lbs.

Third place was another husband-wife team: Luke and Kim Pidde with a total weight of 30.64 lbs.

While the Lindows caught the largest walleye, Kevin and Tayden George captured the biggest bass, a 4.56-pounder. Mark Roth and Ron Hughes hauled in the biggest northern pike at 7.61 lbs. Each team received $100 as a prize.

Fifty-four teams total entered the event, with 11 first-time teams.

The final tallies were as follows:

• 130 northern pike entered for a total of 269.37 lbs

• 257 bass entered for a total of 545.86 lbs

• 49 Walleye entered for a total of 87.07lbs.

The tournament donates $500 annually to the Pam Lindow Scholarship Fund.