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Bombs away!
Freshman Taylor Laumeyer
led Minot State at the final
day of the 2019 Northern Sun
Intercollegiate Conference Outdoor
Championships with a win in the
javelin while placing fifth and setting
a DII school record in the discus
with provisional marks in both
events on Saturday in Duluth, Minn.
The former Nashua Porcupine won
the javelin with provisional mark
of 41.59 meters and launched a
provisional mark and DII school
record in the discus with a toss
of 45.51 meters. Taylor becomes
Minot State’s first female athlete to Buzz file photo
win an NSIC Outdoor title!
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Increasing clouds, with a low around 45. Northwest wind 11
to 15 mph becoming northeast after midnight. Winds could National Hospital Week May 12-18.
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Wise guys,
back on top
Montana Cats Staff — Catfish
enthusiasts packed into CowBoys
Bar & Casino for the annual kick-off
tourney on the Montana Cats tour
this past Friday evening. Through
the duration of the Calcutta/social,
the crowd experienced overcast and
rainy conditions. This threatened
to play out a familiar scene on most
historical Yellowstone Challenge
tourney weekends. Competition
day, however, was an entirely
different story. Seventy degree
temps, light winds and moderate Bobby Wise, his daughter Chloe, and Grandpa Robert Wise with a couple of their
river flows were a welcome change nice kitties. We’ll be seeing them at the 20th Annual Milk River Catfish Classic.
over the course of this year’s with over 25 lbs. Chris and Willy inception and locked up his first
affair. The 2018 Yellowstone finished in 3rd place in last year’s top ten finish. Hagen and his
Challenge boasted RECORD AOY standings and are looking partner Colter Pearson finished
flows of over 40,000 CFS. The to move up the leaderboard this with a 28.67 basket, good enough
2019 version punched the meter year. 2018 Yellowstone Challenge for 2nd place.
at just over 10,000 CFS. That is in Champions Jason Flaten and A 31.51 lb. basket of fish
large part why this event is such brother Brenner turned in another brought in by father/son combo
a CHALLENGING competition. solid performance. That marks of Robert and Bobby Wise proved
Unpredictable spring weather and three years in a row for this duo has to be the largest of the day. This
flows consistently throw a wrench finished in the top three. championship was the duo’s second
in even the most seasoned catfish Brenner described the Yellowstone Challenge crown and
veteran’s plans. challenges posed in this year’s 4th circuit title overall. The 2015
Volatile conditions didn’t stop tourney: “Today was a little crazy Co-Anglers of the year had to
over 100 of the most seasoned because it was a lot lower than the change things up this year a bit
cat anglers in the region from last couple years. A lot of the stuff though.
competing and laying it on the line. we worked the last couple years, we “We got out of our comfort
79% of the teams weighed fish, and couldn’t even get to this year. That zone, I guess. We’ve never fished
17 of those teams averaged over created a little bit of a challenge. that stretch during the tournament.
5lbs per fish. We still caught 23-24 cats today. It I think it made us look for different
The top 5 started with tourney was an overall good day. We caught stuff. You need to look for different
veterans Blake and Lindsey Gauer all four of our basket fish in four stuff that other people aren’t
turning in another impressive different spots.” fishing,” explained Bobby.
performance with 23.88 lbs. Milk Tourney vet Kent Hagen Robert revealed the extreme
River rats Chris Kolstad and Willy picked a great time to break attention to detail that great
Lauckner improved on last year’s through. Hagen has fished this teams have on breaking down
11th place finish, ending in 4th event nearly every year since its water during his post tournament
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interview: “We only caught 5 little fish, in 10 miles of
river pre-fishing yesterday. We caught 17 fish today
and threw back 5 that were 7 pounds or more looking
for a bigger one. It was a good day.”
A great day it was for this legendary team.
The Yellowstone Challenge and Montana Cats
would like to thank the following sponsors for helping
make this tournament possible: Cowboys, Riverside
Marine & Cycle, Cat River Anchors, Briggs

Glasgow’s Chris Kolstad and Nashua’s Willy Lauckner

Brothers Brenner and Jake Flaten have been dialed in on

the Yellowstone River: 3rd place in 2017, 2018 champs, and
3rd place this past Saturday. Milk River Rats accounted for
four of the top 12 places as Cole Plouffe and Chad Dawson
had 21.26 pounds on the digital scale for that 12th position. Abraham Hawkins of BIllings and Duane Meiers (formally of
Glasgow and now Billings) finished in 7th on 23.27 pounds.


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Saved by the Comedy coming to the Cottonwood
This Friday, May 17th Montarctica productions is Ron White, Greg Giraldo, Daniel Tosh to name a few.
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Intake, here
we come!
The 2019 paddlefishing season
on the Yellowstone and Lower
Missouri rivers got underway today.
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks
Region 7 Fisheries Manager Mike
Backes has no predictions for this
season, but he doesn’t expect a fast
and furious start based on current
river flow projections.
A pulse in river levels typically
increases paddlefish migrations,
but last season there were such high
volumes of water at times - and
multiple river pulses due to rain and
continuing snowmelt - that fish were
much more spread out. As a result,
angler participation was also spotty 244 were males. one paddlefish per season. As in
at times, extending the harvest to 15 “Approximately one in 10 the past, anglers may only select
days before the 1,000-fish harvest fish was a small male, potentially one area to fish for paddlefish in
target was approached. Compare from the year 2011,” Backes noted. Montana: Upper Missouri River
that to the 2017 season, which was “Sixty-two fish were reported via (White Harvest Tag-1,000 tags
fast and furious and closed in just the mandatory reporting phone available through the drawing),
over three days. number; of those, 21 had jaw tags, Yellowstone River and Missouri
According to 2018 tallies, 714 19 were harvested from the Powder- River downstream of Fort Peck
paddlefish were processed at Intake Yellowstone River confluence, two Dam (Yellow Harvest Tag-1,000 fish
Fishing Access Site near Glendive, were from the Tongue-Yellowstone harvest target), and the Fort Peck
and Backes estimates that another River confluence, and only one Dredge Cut archery-only season
194 fish were caught elsewhere. was reported from the Missouri (Blue Harvest Tag).
That makes for an estimated harvest River. One tag return came from a FWP reminds anglers that
of 908 fish. fish tagged on the Missouri River anyone harvesting a paddlefish in
Of the fish processed at Intake, upstream of Fort Peck Reservoir.” Montana is required to report it
470 were females (65.8 percent) and Anglers may harvest only within 48 hours.