Category Archive: MWC News

Solid As A Rock, Gaines And Rhoades Lead Wire To Wire To Win 2016 Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit World Walleye Championship

Green Bay, Wisc.—Oct. 8, 2016—Randall Gaines and Mike Rhoades conquered both big-water and river bites to win the Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit 2016 World Walleye Championship Oct. 6-8. The pair led all three days, topping the 48-team field with daily five-fish limits weighing 27-11, 7-02 and 17-15 for a 52-pound, 12-ounce total weight. Presented by …

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Decisions, Decisions: Teams Choose Their Battle Plans For Final Day Of Cabela’s MWC World Walleye Championship

Green Bay, Wisc.—Oct. 8, 2016—With the Wisconsin waters of Green Bay of Lake Michigan back in play for day three of the 2016 Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit’s World Walleye Championship, two-person teams were faced with choosing between a near-certain limit of keepers on the Fox River or rolling the dice for big fish offshore. For …

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Gaines And Rhoades Rock The Fox To Retain Cabela’s MWC Championship Lead

  Green Bay, Wisc.—Oct. 7, 2016—Day one leaders Randall Gaines and Mike Rhoades didn’t miss a beat when high winds dictated reduced boundaries that restricted anglers to the Fox River on day two of the three-day Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit 2016 World Walleye Championship. The hard-fishing pair sacked a 5-fish limit of 7-02 to retain …

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River Dance: Gale Force Winds Keep MWC Championship Teams In Fox River For Day Two

Green Bay, Wisc.—Oct. 7, 2016—With strong winds from the southeast shifting to gale force gusts from the west in the afternoon, senior tournament director Dan Palmer made the call to keep the 48 teams competing in day two of the three-day Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit 2016 World Walleye Championship off of Green Bay and in …

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Gaines And Rhoades Grab Day One Lead At Cabela’s MWC World Walleye Championship

Green Bay, Wisc.—Oct. 6, 2016—Randall Gaines of Salem, Ohio, and Mike Rhoades of South Bend, Indiana, sacked an impressive 27-pound, 11-ounce 5-fish limit to top the 48-team field on day one of the Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit’s 2016 World Walleye Championship. Wisconsin’s Michael Lenarduzzi and Douglas McDonough are in second place with 26-07, followed by …

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