Lt. Gov. Carol Molnau, center, admits defeat Saturday to Gov. Tim Pawlenty, back, as having the most fish during the Governor's Fishing Opener on White Bear Lake. Molnau caught a 19-inch walleye about 5 a.m. - before the start of the competition between the two. Pawlenty caught three northern pike and a bass. Molnau's granddaughter, Anna, left, caught the most fish in the Molnau boat with a bass and a northern. Pioneer Photo/Brad Swenson
Kabetogama Lake to host 2010 Minnesota Governor's Fishing Opener
WHITE BEAR LAKE, Minn. - The Minnesota Governor's Fishing Opener moves back north in 2010, after seeing its first visit to the metro area this year in 61 years of the event.
Gov. Tim Pawlenty announced Saturday night at the concluding banquet that Kabetogama would host the 2010 event. The small city is on Kabetogama Lake, about 30 miles southeast of International Falls.
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