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Lead weight disqualifies salmon tourney team

6:37 AM, Jul. 24, 2013
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Sturgeon Bay police were called to investigate a possible fraud involving a contestant who allegedly packed his fish with added weight Saturday, opening day of the Kewaunee/Door Salmon Tournament.

Tournament president and coordinator Jerry MacMillin, who was weighing fish at the Sawyer Park boat launch, reported finding a salmon with metal in its stomach, according to a Sturgeon Bay police report. First place in the nine-day tournament is a cash prize of $10,000, a silver ring worth $600-$700, and mounting of the winning fish valued at $500.

Police said a two-man fishing team from La ...

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