Welcome to the June 19 edition of the exclusive JPT member eNewsletter.
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June 19, 2020 Weekly Junior Pro Team eNewsletter

This edition takes you on the water in another episode of the Super Bahr Bros. Adventure series to fish for walleyes on Lake Mille Lacs using a slip bobber set up. Plus tips on how to set up this type of rig - including a how-to video from Joel Nelson.
See if your photo is featured in this week's newsletter. If it is, we will send you a JPT cap. Scroll down and find out how you can win a special prize by answering our Outdoor News weekly trivia question.
Season 1 Episode 11 of the Outdoor News Junior Pro Team Super Bahr Bros. Adventure video series featuring JPT Captains: Kyle and Tyler Bahr, hits the water of Minnesota's Lake Mille Lacs for post-spawn walleye. The lake is a mecca for small mouth anglers, and these tournament teen anglers have had plenty of success with bronzebacks, but this video is packed with tips on fishing a slip bobber set-up to land marble eyes. Get the scoop on the type of rod, line and bait you should have - plus tips on locating fish. You'll also find out why these guys DON'T want to go after smallies on Mille Lacs at this time!  Make sure you've subscribed to our YouTube Channel to catch all the videos!
Want to learn more about fishing this set up? Check out this video with expert angler Joel Nelson - as he breaks down EVERYTHING you need to know to catch walleye dangling bait below a float. #JoelNelsonOutdoors

If you've got a fishing tip to share - create a video and mention the Junior Pro Team. Then send it to us!
Preston Bush, of Imler, PA caught and released this chunky largemouth bass using a different set up - he fished a WACKY RIG configuration. (We'll be sending Preston a JPT cap because we featured his picture in this newsletter!)
JPT member Preston Bush

Do you have a really special hunting dog in your family? If you've got a great picture of your Best Furry Friend - you should tell your parents to enter the photo into the Outdoor News Huntin' Buddy Photo Contest!

The winning photo of a sporting dog will get a year's supply of dog food courtesy of Kinetic Performance Dog Food, plus there are other prizes including a custom painting of the winning photo and additional winners will get prizes from Hawke Optics and SportDog Brands.

Get more information on the 2020 Huntin' Buddy Photo Contest presented by Kinetic and Outdoor News HERE
#JPTHUNTING  Congrats to JPT member Kyia Ramirez of Oostburg, WI who harvested this bird in April. It weighed 22-pounds, and had a 10-inch beard and 1-inch spurs. (And yes, we will be sending Kyia a JPT cap too!)
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