2013 Glasgow Banquet was a hit![05.07.2013]
What a great banquet! Glasgow put on another excellent and well organized weekend for this great club! Bob Klein passed the gavel to John Kelly the new state president of Walleyes Unlimited from the Great Falls chapter and we are set to kick off another two years of new region 1, 3, and 5 directors. We also welcome Hope Good, our new Fish Tales editor from Great falls. Below are a photos of award winners from Bob, Mike, John and both tournament directors. Next years banquet will be the first weekend in May in Helena!
The Glasgow/Ft. Peck Chapter of Walleyes Unlimited would like to thank the following businesses and individuals for their generosity in supplying many donations and services for the benefit of this large fundraising event. It was a tremendous success and we are very appreciative of all the listed donors. This organization and its’ local works would not be possible without all of your support. Thank you for everything!
In addition The Glasgow/Ft. Peck Chapter of Walleyes Unlimited
would like to say thank you to the many volunteers that assisted
with organizing and making this large event a huge success.
Thank you for everything - this could not be possible without you all.
Agland Co-Op Cenex
Agland Realty (Wolf Point)
Alison’s Pantry - Ann MacDonald
All Seasons Home Center
Anne & Dave Bradley
Army Corps of Engineers
BS Buzz Central
Baptiste Lake Lodge
Billings Chapter of WU
Blue Rock Distributing
Buechler Insurance Agency
Carquest Auto Parts
Cara Pinder/Saphire Soy
Coca-Cola Bottling Corp.
Cottonwood Inn & Suites
Crooked Creek Chapter of WU
D & G Sports & Western
Dale Plumbing & Heating
El Cor Del Lanes
Farm Bureau Financial Services
Farm Equipment Sales, Inc.
Finishing Touches Electrolysis
First Community Bank
MT Fish, Wildlife & Parks
Food Services of America
Fort Peck Marina
Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital
Fresno Chapter of WU
Fossum Ready Mix
Git-N-Go (Wolf Point)
GEG – Roness Designs
Glasgow Auto Safety Center
Glasgow Flower & Gift
Glasgow Recreation Department
Goodkind Gallery - Cathyrn Sugg
Glendive Chapter of WU
Great Falls Chapter of WU
Headwater Seat Covers
Herbs & Things
Hi-Line Collision Repair Center
Hi-Line Security/Taylor Storage
Hi-Line Sports (Wolf Point)
Hi-Line Wholesale Co.
Hot Shots Espresso
JR’s Party Store
Juanita Morehouse/Mary Kay
Killion’s Shoes n Things
Kitty Kolden Prints
KLTZ / KLAN Radio
Malta Chapter of WU
Market Place & Gallery Gifts
Markle’s Ace Hardware
Miles City Chapter of WU
Missouri River Realty
MT Outdoor Radio Show
Myron Gartner Plumbing & Heating
National Wild Turkey Federation
Nemont Beverage Corp.
Newton Motors, Inc.
Northern Prairie Auto
Oasis Lounge & Eatery
Pacific Steel & Recycling
Paul’s Glass & Works
Plentywood Chapter of WU
Raider’s Quick Stop - Hinsdale
Red Foxx Realty
Scottie Express Wash
Scottie Nation Apparel
Stoughie’s Bar & Grill
Subs & Such (Wolf Point)
T & R Trucking
The Apple Trolley
Thompson & Sons
Tourism Business Improvement District
Town & Country Furniture
Treasure Trail Meat Processing
Triple A Glass
Tropical Rays Salon and Tanning
United Insurance & Realty
Valley Builders Supply
Valley County Abstract
Valley View Nursing Home
Wolf Point Chapter of WU
To: Regional Directors, Chapter Presidents and other information providers
At the October 2010 State meeting, the Board approved creating policy for all incoming information for our website and Fish Tales magazine. The goal of this policy is to improve and ensure that all information is equally distributed to both media. In addition, the Board approved creating the Communications Director position to receive, document and route the information and develop goals for gathering information that would be of interest and benefit to our membership. Therefore, all information needs to be routed through this email address; email@example.com. This is not to say that you cannot send information directly to the Webmaster or Fish Tales Editor but does require that you also include this email address with your correspondence.
1. Notify Regional Directors, chapters and other information providers of this policy.
2. Create an email communications network to gather monthly information such as fishing reports or chapter events and projects. This person can be a member, a business such as a marina, sporting goods business or a biologist or warden, etc. Please return contact person’s information ASAP.
3. In the month preceding Fish Tales publication, send reminders to Regional Directors and chapters that “chapter chatter” and other information they wish to have published needs to be submitted.
4. Remind Regional Directors and chapters to solicit advertising for our news media. It was again discussed at the meeting that all chapters need to contact their local businesses and/or gather the business information and send it to the Membership Administrator who will send the solicitation.
LONG RANGE GOALS:
1. Obtain input from all interested persons for information variety that would be of interest to our members.
2. Offer discount advertising to businesses that commit to annual advertising for our website and Fish Tales magazine. Goal is to evaluate this option and send it to current businesses ASAP.
3. Other suggestions?
1. Fish Tale articles are due prior to December 31st, preferably by December 20th. Suggested articles are, but are not limited to; chapter chatter, and an update of all projects that were done in 2010, and future scheduled events, and your 2011 chapter banquet info, and chapter officer changes.
2. Contact your local businesses for advertising and leave the website advertising form with them -or- if you want the application mailed to them (1)Fill in the applicable information and mail the form to: Mike Sedlock, PO Box 1293, East Helena, MT 59635-1293 -or- (2)Email the information to: firstname.lastname@example.org. *Note: The website advertising form can print it from our website.
3. Send your ideas back to me for Long Range Goals before December 20, 2010.
4. Reminder that when you complete your 2011 officer election, email me the officer updates so that we can update the website and they also will be forwarded to Nora and Fish Tales Editor. Please use the wum-news email address.
Your chapter’s fiscal year 2010 taxes must be filed prior to March 1, 2011. Doris Leader from CHMS is our new account person. Mail your tax info to her at; Doris Leader, 741-3rd Avenue South, Glasgow, MT 59230 or email them to; email@example.com. If you mail them it is advised to send them by certified mail and if you email them check the delivery notice option box. These delivery recommendations are advised so that you have a delivery receipt in case problems occur.
I look forward to coordinating with everyone and hope to have a lot of input back from everyone.
Mike Sedlock, Communications Director
PO Box 1293
East Helena, MT 59635
Phone: (C) 465-0031
2013 Nomination Forms
Club Forms and Applications
2013 Fishing Tournament Applications
2013 Walleyes Unlimited Circuit
2013 Fort Peck Walleyes Series
Other Club Applications
WALLEYES UNLIMITED OF MONTANA MISSION STATEMENT
Walleyes Unlimited of Montana (WUM) is the largest sport fishing organization in Montana with over 4,000 members. It was formed and incorporated in 1983 to inform and educate the public about the importance of warm water sport fishing in Montana and to support building and maintaining suitable warm water fish hatcheries and develop a hatchery program which can accommodate the needs of warm water fishing. Montana walleye sanctioned tournaments require that you be a member of WUM to fish these tournaments in order to collect prize money. WUM has no administrative authority for any tournament; they are administered by a separate board of directors.
The mission of WALLEYES UNLIMITED OF MONTANA is:
The organization is organized exclusively for charitable, religious, educational, and/or scientific purposes or to foster national or international sports competition under section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue code.
Improve and conserve walleye and other warm water fish in suitable bodies of water:
Organize and educate fisherman to promote walleye and warm water fishing:
Develop and maintain forage fish programs in suitable bodies of water:
Support building and maintaining suitable warm water fish hatcheries and develop a hatchery program which can accommodate the needs of warm water fishing:
Support any worthwhile fishing, hunting, wildlife or recreational program organized for pleasure, or other non-profitable purpose:
Dedicate its members by social and educational means to the conservation and propagation of warm water fish; to support true sportsmanship in a lawful and legal manner among those who fish; to promote and encourage good fellowship among sportsmen; to encourage support of fish and game laws; to work for the respect and knowledge of the just rights of property owners’ and to work for, support and encourage a close, friendly relationship between property owners and sportsmen:
Dedicated to introducing youths to fishing; educate them to become ethical and responsible sportsmen that respect and conserve fish and wildlife, respect and preserve our public lands and public access and abide by fish and game laws and acknowledge the just rights of property owners.
Have a positive presence in our local Chapter communities through participation in worthwhile projects and activities.