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With a 40hp Yamaha powered Alumacraft 165 Escape tiller on the line, Danny Thompson and Bjorn Horgen put 51.21lbs of walleye on their card to win the AIM Weekend Walleye Series (AWWS) “Alumacraft Championship” on Minnesota’s Lake Winnibigoshish.
As predicted by Brett King, the AIM Pro Team Challenge at Oconto, WI on the bay of Green Bay was a shoot-out. With many of the teams struggling to hold a consistent weight due to a tough bite, any of the 62 teams could easily make a comeback for the $22,000 first place prize.It would be John Schneider and Nick Schertz who would hold rise to the top on the third day and take the win with a total of 111.97lbs. Fishing on the southern flats, they almost didn’t find their active school on the last day. “Either they are there or they are not,” said Schertz. “You know on one pass.
With welcoming arms from the local community, the Wisconsin Division of the AIM Weekend Walleye Series wrapped up qualifying events with the Lake Winnebago "Alumacraft Open" held out of Menasha, WI.
It was Navionics Cartography that led Tommy Skarlis and Jarvis Keney to victory at the AIM Weekend Walleye Series "Alumacraft Open" Wild Card Event on Leech Lake Saturday in Walker, MN.