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Forum staff reports, Published February 18 2007

Horace shooter honored

Jesse Molstre of Horace, N.D., has been selected to the Amateur Trapshooting Association’s junior All-American team – marking the sixth time Molstre has been named an All-American.

Molstre won the junior all-around and high overall titles at the Grand American national tournament last August in Sparta, Ill.

Molstre also finished second in his age group (15-17) at the Grand American in the Champion of Champions event after recording a perfect score of 100. In the handicap competition, Molstre netted one first place, two runner-up and two third-place junior trophies.

At the Southwestern Grand last April in San Antonio, Molstre won the junior all-around crown. He also earned three doubles awards at the Spring Grand held last February in Tucson, Ariz.

Molstre earned additional points for his All-American team selection for high finishes at tournaments in Iowa, Nebraska, Minnesota and Montana.

Scheels to host walleye seminar

Professional fishermen Johnnie Candle and Jim Carroll will conduct an eight-hour walleye seminar March 10 at Scheels in Fargo.

Called the Scheels Walleye University, the seminar will cover the fine points of jig fishing, live bait rigging, spinners and crank baits. Boat control, trolling techniques and marine electronics will also be covered.

Candle is a 13-year professional while Carroll is a five-year veteran on the Professional Walleye Trail.

The seminar will be held at Scheels, 1551 45th St. S., from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on March 10. Those interested can pre-register at Scheels (298-2918) at a cost of $50. Seating is limited.