For the first time in several years, contestants fishing the Devils Lake Chamber of Commerce walleye tournament will be able to pass under bridges. "This means they can fish wherever their boats will take them," said tournament director Johnnie Candle.
"Another new concept in and around Devils Lake is that the roadwork will be completed, paved and back to normal," he added. Rising water has created havoc and headlines as Devils Lake, with no outlet, increased in size from 40,000 acres in 1992 to covering approximately 240,000 acres of North Dakota today.
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