Sunday, February 12, 2012

Welcome back! - The 32nd Annual Canada/US Walleye Tournament

June 9th & 10th 2012 

I dont know about you, but each year by late spring, my mind, body and soul is ready for bass season to open.. the only problem is, bass season does not open until the end of June.. so what do bass anglers do to scratch the itch.. fish walleye of course! And if you going to fish walleye you might as well get paid for it!

This year marks the return of a very prestigious fishing tournament, the Bobcaygeon Canada/US Walleye tournament is back and entering its 32nd year and with a $5,000 guaranteed 1st place prize, I think it should be on every tournament anglers radar.. I know it's on mine.

For those who don't know much about the Canada/US event, it is a 2 day tournament with an entry fee that is reminiscent of the tournaments age.. only $150 for a two day two man team event, and in case you missed it above...  $5,000 guaranteed first place prize.. even if the field is not full!.. how many other events can promise that?

The $5,000 cash prize is just the tip of the iceberg, this event is scheduled as a 100% entry fee payback event.. and it will pay down to 20th place (if field is full) as well as 2 mystery weight prizes ($250 each) and a smallest catch prize ($200)

The Bobcaygeon Canada/US Walleye Tournament is a well run event and blast to fish. This is one event that is worth the entry fee just to be there and take in a great event, run by some great people.

If you are interested in learning more and maybe joining the field check out the link below.

I have to hand it to the team running this event, I was very impressed when I saw a "Pay Pal" sign up option live on the site, and a live countdown showing anglers exactly how many spots have been filled and how may spots are still open... and if I still have not sold you on this event, the least you can do is drop by and bring the kids to watch the weigh in and meet the event host  Ron James from Fish TV

be sure to check out the events FaceBook page, and take a minute to welcome them back

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