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American Angler Leagues - Minnetonka

Minnetonka

Youth Fishing Season

Ages 5-12

 

Fish for the Cup!

Register Today 


Put fishing on the home calendar!

    Regular Season

    July 8, 15, 22, 29, August 5, 12

    Tuesday Evenings

    4-7:30PM

    Start fishing anytime after 4PM anywhere on Lake MinnetonkaAt 7:30, meet in Excelsior at the public docks by Tommy’s Tonka Trolley to turn in scores! Certificates will be presented to those who meet and turn in scores.  If for some reason you can make it back to Excelsior, you can still turn in a fishing score.

    2014 Lake Minnetonka Youth Fishing Season Registration

    Experienced anglers/boaters Fishing Season Registration Form Non-boaters use the Pontoon registration form link under the Bay to Bay logo.

    Getting them hooked...one at time!

    The Lake Minnetonka American Angler League offers young anglers and their families opportunities to fish, have fun, and compete in a structured format similar to other youth sports.  Fishing is a sport and you can participate with your kids!  

    Do you have some fishing experience and a kid who likes to fish?

    Sign up as a coach, recruit some of your kids friends, and put a team together!  

    Do your kids have an interest in fishing, but your not sure what to do?

    Contact us or someone you know who has some fishing experience.  Encourage them to be a coach and put your kids on their team! 

    We are keeping a list of interested families and will do our best to connect them to fishing coaches.

    Not sure if your kids like to fish?  

    This is a perfect opportunity to see if they like it and a good chance to fish more than just once a summer!  Our model is similar to other youth sports and will introduce your kids to fishing in a fun environment with other kids.  

    No Boat and/or Fishing Experience?

    No Problem!

    Pontoon Fishing Sign Up Form

    Click here to sign up for a spot for fishing on Lake Minnetonka from a pontoon. Ages 5-12, parents encouraged to fish with their kids.