Tony Kobriger and Dan Zwick took the lead with another 4 fish bag weighing 17 pounds 11 ounces,pushing their two day total to 35 pounds 12 ounces! (Pictured Below) For Complete Results through Day 2 Click the Following link: WWC Day 2 For Complete photo album for pictures CLICK HERE! Dennis Lantzy and Steve Vandermark had Day two’s big fish weighing 9 pounds 10 ounces! (Pictured Below, the fish on the right!)
Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit Announces 2015 Schedule Lineup Includes Traditional Fish Factories, New Locations And Competitions, Plus More Than 100% Payback!
Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit Announces 2015 Schedule Lineup Includes Traditional Fish Factories, New Locations And Competitions, Plus More Than 100% Payback! Ponca City, Okla.—Nov. 11, 2014—World-class walleye fishing, intense team-format competition and hefty payouts are on tap for the 2015 Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit season. Announced today, the MWC’s 31st season will feature premier destinations …View full post
Sprengel, Navis Win Cabela’s MWC World Walleye Championship Presented by Cabela’s For Immediate Release – Devils Lake, N.D.—Oct. 11, 2014—Wisconsin’s Korey Sprengel and Derek Navis scored a white-knuckle, come-from-behind victory at the Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit’s 2014 World Walleye Championship on the High Plains paradise of Devils Lake, North Dakota, Oct. 9-11. “It feels …View full post
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For Immediate Release – Ponca City, Okla.—Sept. 26, 2014—North America’s top two-person walleye-fishing teams will clash on the High Plains paradise of Devils Lake, North Dakota, Oct. 9-11 at the Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit’s 2014 World Walleye Championship. Along with a chance to claim the celebrated title of “World Walleye Champions,” the event offers …View full post
Brumbaugh, Robertson Finish Strong To Win Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit Lake Erie Regular-Season Finale, Presented by Cabela’s
Brumbaugh, Robertson Finish Strong To Win Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit Lake Erie Regular-Season Finale Presented by Cabela’s For Immediate Release – Huron, Ohio—Sept. 27, 2014—Ohioans Mark Brumbaugh and Michael Robertson stormed the leaderboard on day two of the Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit’s Lake Erie qualifier to score a dramatic comeback victory worth more than $10,000 …View full post
Tommy Skarlis and Jeff Lahr lead day one of the Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit World Walleye Championship with 19 pounds 7 ounces, with a nice 9 pound 5 ounce kicker!
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Day 1 Big Fish award went to Matt Davis and Dan Gies with a nice 10 pound 12 ounce Walleye!
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Ponca City, Okla.—Oct. 14, 2013—The country’s top walleye anglers will gather in Escanaba, Michigan, Oct. 17-19 to battle for the ultimate title in team walleye fishing at the Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit’s 2013 World Walleye Championship.
Held on mighty Lake Michigan’s Big and Little Bays de Noc, the Championship pits 47 elite two-person teams against one another for $100,000 in cash and prizes, plus thousands more in sponsor contingencies including Cabela’s Angler Cash, Ranger Cup, Lowrance HDS Gen2/Elite-7, Berkley Baits and Optima True Blue.
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|October 16 @ 2:00pm||MWC – Oconto, WI||The Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit is underway in Oconto, Wisconsin. The highly famed fishery of Green Bay is known for its Walleye population but the anglers are going to have to do more than just battle the fish with storms on the horizon.|
2014 World Walleye Championship Teams Announced
SEPTEMBER 17, 2013—PONCA CITY, OK—With the conclusion of its 2013 ten-tournament regular season on the legendary waters Minnesota’s iconic Cass Lake, the Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit awarded its 2013 Team of the Year title to the two-person team accumulating the highest point total from four qualifying events.
The highly competitive Wisconsin team of Derek Navis of Waupun and Korey Sprengel of Beaver Dam claim the Team of the Year crown and hefty prizes that include “Living the Dream” package for fishing either the Cabela’s National Walleye Tour or Masters Walleye Circuit. Package includes paid entry fees, travel stipend, team jerseys and use of a 600 series Ranger boat for the 2014 tournament season. Navis and Sprengel fished 5 events with strong finishes at the Oconto/Lake Michigan, Winnebago, Sault Ste Marie/St. Mary’s River and Cass Lake tournaments.
Diegel, Steffen Score Third Straight Cass Lake Win At Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit Regular Season Finale
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Cass Lake, Minn.—Sept. 14, 2013—Pierre, South Dakotans Travor Diegel and Paul Steffen brought a pair of carbon-copy catches to the stage to score a convincing victory at the Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit’s regular season finale on Minnesota’s Cass Lake Chain September 13-14.
Van Dyke, Carlson Win Cabela’s Masters
Walleye Circuit’s St. Marys River Tournament
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Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.—August 23, 2013—Michigan’s Wayne Van Dyke and Erich Carlson led wire-to-wire to win the Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit’s qualifier on the St. Marys River out of Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, August 22-23.
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Ponca City, Okla.—August 19, 2013—Sault Ste. Marie welcomes a dual walleye tournament of epic proportions August 22-24, when the Cabela’s National Team Championship and Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit visit the scenic St. Marys River.
The walleye world’s premier grassroots championship, the Cabela’s NTC is comprised of teams that qualified through competition in local tournaments organized by sanctioned walleye clubs across the United States. Now in its 29th season, the Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit is the longest-running professional walleye tournament circuit in the United States.
Diegel, Steffen Win Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit’s “Artificial-Only” Devils Lake Qualifier Presented by Berkley Gulp!
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Devils Lake, ND—August 3, 2013—South Dakotans Travor Diegel and Paul Steffen put on a vertical jigging clinic to win the Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit’s “artificial-only” qualifying tournament on North Dakota’s legendary Devils Lake August 2-3.
“Winning this artificial baits-only event is really special,” said Steffen, of Pierre. “It ranks right at the top in my book.” It was the team’s third Cabela’s MWC win in as many years, after claiming back-to-back qualifiers on Minnesota’s Cass Lake in 2011 and 2012. They also earned the title of MWC West Division Team of the Year in 2010.
On Day One, they brought a five-fish MWC limit weighing 24 pounds, 13 ounces to the stage. Anchored by an 8-pound, 9-ounce behemoth that was big fish of the day, it was enough to put them solidly atop the leaderboard more than 7 pounds ahead of their closest rivals in the 77-team field. They raised the bar even higher on Day Two, bringing in 20 pounds 13 ounces for a 45-pound, 10-ounce total that gave them an amazing 11-pound margin of victory.
The win earned them the $11,100 first-place cash purse, plus a $1,000 Cabela’s National Team Championship Prize Package featuring a paid NTC entry, travel stipend, team jerseys and plaques. They also won a $1,000 Cabela’s gift card from the Cabela’s Angler Cash Program, $1,000 Ranger Cup contingency, $500 Berkley Tackle Package, $500 Lowrance Electronics award for being the highest-finishing team using a Lowrance HDS Gen2, HDS Gen2 Touch or Elite-7 unit, and $714 from the Big Fish Pot for total winnings of $15,814 in cash and prizes.
Al Freidig and Clint Devier, both of Devils Lake, finished second with 34 pounds, 10 ounces, worth $5,700. The Circuit’s $200 Optima True Blue contingency went to Brenda and Steve Picht of Grand Rapids, Minnesota. In all, the top 15 teams shared $48,500 in cash, sponsor bonuses and Big Fish Pot winnings.
In a move common in bass tournaments but foreign to the walleye world, the Circuit made live natural baits such as leeches, minnows and nightcrawlers off-limits at Devils Lake. Only man-made baits such as Berkley Gulp!-type softbaits, crankbaits, spinners and other artificial presentations were allowed. Anglers responded in force, as registration increased by 26 percent over the last time the MWC visited Devils Lake, in 2011. Presenting sponsor Berkley Gulp! also embraced the concept, kicking in an extra $3,000 in cash to the payout, which was divided among the top 15 places
The artificial-only rule didn’t affect the winners’ strategies, which hinged on vertical jigging with spoons and hardbaits sweetened with minnow-flavored Berkley Gulp! Alive! Marinade. “We were ripping the jigs and letting them fall, in depths of 28 to 38 feet, fishing the ‘telephone towers’ on the main lake,” explained Diegel, also of Pierre. He noted that 12-pound-test Berkley Nanofil mainline was also a key to the presentation.
As it turned out, Diegel and Steffen’s artificial-only winning weight of 45 pounds, 10 ounces was well above the 33.01-pound first-place total at the 2011 Cabela’s MWC Devils Lake tournament, and both of their Day One and Day Two baskets were heavier that the single-day winning weight of 19.70 pounds in a weather-shortened Cabela’s MWC qualifier here in 2010.
“The anglers were very supportive of this format,” said Tournament Director Dan Palmer. “They understood that it leveled the playing field for everyone and that it is a great conservation effort to help stop any introduction of invasive species.” Palmer also noted that the teams appreciated the hospitality from state park staff, the Devils Lake Chamber of Commerce, and the local community in general. “This is a great place for a walleye tournament,” he said. “We’re looking forward to coming back in October 2014 for the Cabela’s MWC World Walleye Championship.”
The tournament offered two days of competition on Devils Lake’s incredible walleye fishery, with one day reserved in case of bad weather. Teams were allowed to bring up to five walleyes per day to the scale. A total of 579 walleyes weighing 1,256 pounds, 15 ounces crossed the stage during the tournament. Big fish was a 9-pound beauty caught by the Fargo, North Dakota, team of Chad Maloy and Don Denning. The fish was worth $714 from the Big Fish Pot.
Weigh-ins were held at scenic Graham’s Island State Park. The Cabela’s MWC, National Professional Anglers Association, Pure Fishing and Zippo Outdoor Brands presented a Youth & Family Fishing Clinic immediately after the first day’s weigh-in. The first 50 youths received rod-and-reel combos courtesy of the NPAA.
This was the eighth of 10 Cabela’s MWC qualifying tournaments in 2013. The remaining schedule includes the St. Mary’s River at Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, August 22-23; and Cass Lake, Minnesota, out of Stony Point Resort, Sept. 13-15.
Cabela’s, the World’s Foremost Outfitter for hunting, fishing and outdoor gear, is in its 11th season as title sponsor of the MWC. Official sponsors include: Berkley Gulp!, Lowe Equipment Attachments, Lowrance, Mercury Marine, MotorGuide, Ranger Boats, The Walleye Federation and Zippo Outdoor Brands. Associate sponsors include: Berkley Trilene, Church Tackle, Optima Batteries, O2 Marine Technologies and Sea Grant.
Based in Ponca City, Oklahoma, the Cabela’s MWC is oldest running national walleye circuit in America. Cabela’s MWC is owned by The Walleye Federation and is open to two-person teams regardless of club or sponsor affiliation. Entry fees are $650 per tournament, of which more than 100 percent is returned to anglers at the qualifiers, World Championship and Team of the Year races. Registration remains open through the Sunday night prior to each tournament. For more information, visit masterswalleyecircuit.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (580) 765-9031.
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