The Fall meeting will be held at the Yogo Inn in Lewistown on September 24. Breakfast will be served beginning at 0700 in the Sapphire Room B. There is a block of rooms held under Montana Walleyes Unlimited. As of this morning, only three have been reserved. The block will be held until September 5, then you will just be hoping on getting a room. It’s a pretty busy weekend in Lewistown and I would not recommend waiting too long to book.
The Crooked Creek Chapter will be hosting the social hour beginning at 1800 hours on Friday evening also in Sapphire Room B. There will be a Circuit meeting following the general meeting on Saturday. We look forward to seeing you there! Call Don Pyrah at 380-0064 if there are any questions.
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 all of our news 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.Sincerely,
Mike Sedlock, Communications Director
PO Box 1293
East Helena, MT 59635
Phone: (C) 465-0031
2015 Nomination Forms
Club Forms and Applications
INFORMATION FOR FILING WUM ANNUAL TAX DOCUMENTS
TAX REPORT IS DUE BY MARCH 1ST
Highly recommend Emailing it so that you have a record of delivery,
the Email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
Also recommend asking her to reply confirming that she received
it. Then make a note on your copy documenting her confirmation date.
For those persons not having internet service it can be mailed to;
741 3rd Avenue South
Glasgow, MT 59230
Attention: Doris Leader
If mailing, send it certified mail or confirmed mail delivery.
2016 Fishing Tournament Applications
Montana Walleye Circuit Tournament Applications
Montana Walleye Circuit Poster
FRESNO CHALLENGE - Fresno - May 21-22
TIBER TOURNMANT - Lake Elwell - June 11-12
CANYON FERRY WALLEYE FESTIVAL - Canyon Ferry - June 25-26
Canyon Ferry River Boundary
FENWICK FALL CLASSIC TOURNMANT - Crooked Creek - August 6-7
Fort Peck Challenge Tournament Applications
ROCK CREEK TOURNAMENT - Fort Peck - June 4-5
MONTANA GOVERNOR'S CUP WALLEYE TOURNAMENT - Fort Peck - July 7-9
HELL CREEK TOURNAMENT - Fort Peck - July 23-24
Other Tournament Applications
JERRY JOHNSTON MEMORIAL TOUGH GUY TOURNAMENT - Fort Peck - April 16th
HELL CREEK LADIES TOURNAMENT - Hell Creek - June 25th
BROADWATER ROD AND GUN CLUB WALLEYE DERBY - Canyon Ferry - July 16th
GLASGOW WOMENS TOURNAMENT - Fort Peck - July 30th
JOHN ARNOLD WALLEYE DERBY - Hauser Lake - August 27th
YELLOWSTONE RIVER CLASSIC - Roche Juane Boat Ramp - September 17th
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.
Members are encouraged to review and comment on the proposed Bylaws amendments