Tournament Champions, Michigan anglers David Kolb of Rockford, and Ryan Wall of New Baltimore fished a strong tournament by landin in sixth place on day one with 18.29lbs, only 1.79lbs behind day one leaders. But the pair came back strong with a Day Two, five-fish limit weighing 20.08 pounds, capturing First Place and the top cash prize of $12,000 with a two-day total of 38.37 pounds. In addition, the team swept the list of sponsored contingency bonuses. Continue reading
June 19, 2010—SANDUSKY, OH—Ben Sobieray and Craig Gushow charged from sixth place on Day One into the winner’s circle on Day Two of the Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit Eastern Division stop on Lake Erie out of Sandusky, Ohio. Continue reading
Minnetonka, MN – June 6, 2010 – All eyes were on Oshkosh, Wisconsin, June 5-6 when 362 two-person teams faced off on the legendary Lake Winnebago system in a dual tournament of world-record proportions.
A combination of the Cabela’s National Team Championship and Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit’s Lake Winnebago Central Division Qualifier, the event offered more than $350,000 in cash and prizes, including a pair of Evinrude E-Tec powered Ranger 619 boats. It was also set for recognition by Guinness World Records as history’s largest fishing tournament. Continue reading
May 9, 2010 Mobridge, SD—South Dakotans Corey Fiedler and Chad Schilling trolled their way to victory on legendary Lake Oahe against more than 80 of the West’s best walleye anglers in the Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit’s Western Division season opener.
The pair brought a 10-fish MWC limit weighing 26.56 pounds to the scale during the two-day event, good for a $10,200 payday and bragging rights on the fish-rich Missouri River impoundment. Their winnings included a $500 Cabela’s gift card courtesy of the circuit’s Cabela’s Angler Cash awards program, a $500 Lowrance HDS bonus, and $200 Oxygenator U2 bonus. Continue reading