After a dream season on the Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit in 2011, the trail’s reigning Team of the Year is gearing up for more great tournament action in the months ahead.
14-pound, 12-ouncer beats 50-year-old-plus record. He caught it on ten-year-old, 10-pound test line once owned by his great-grandfather!
More than 600 anglers to compete for over $350,000 in cash and prizes
Premier tacklemaker Berkley has pledged to continue its historic partnership with the Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit, renewing sponsorship packages for both Berkley Baits and Berkley Trilene for the 2012 tournament season.
... All eyes will be on Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin, for the grand finale of the Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit season—the 2011 World Walleye Championship.
South Dakotans trolled Northland spinners and Gulp! Leeches to defeat more than 60 other teams
Two solid baskets lifted Joe and John Giuliani to victory against more than 120 anglers from eight states and one Canadian province competing in the Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit’s East Division season finale on the St. Mary’s River.
Derek Navis and Korey Sprengel scored a huge double-victory on Bays de Noc Aug. 5-6, sweeping top honors in the Cabela’s National Team Championship and Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit Central Division Qualifier.
A storybook finish lifted David Harmon and Scott Busteed to victory against 228 anglers from nine states competing on mighty Devils Lake to win top honors across the board in the Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit-Devils Lake Chamber of Commerce Dual Tournament.
Sixty-seven lakes and reservoirs, in 19 states, hold specially tagged fish that could turn into cash or prizes for lucky anglers! Read on!
NAFC staff and members have caught some big walleyes over the years—some even on video—but this trophy walleye video courtesy of PK Lures—takes top honors. The quantity and quality of fish caught during this segment is astounding. You’ve got to see it for yourself!
In many states, walleyes are protected by closed fishing seasons during the spawn, though border waters between states often remain open. Make sure you know the regulations where you fish, and if you do have the opportunity to target early-season ’eyes, this map will help you zero in on them.
Puzzled, I put my rod down, took a drink of water, and started up the motor to head to another flat. Then it hit me: tight-lipped fish often require ultra-finesse presentations. Why not drop-shot?