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NWT Winners Northrop, Heim

Cody Northrop, of South Heart, North Dakota, weighed a combined total of 50.91 pounds to win the National Walleye Tour Presented by Bass Pro Shops and Cabela’s event at Garrison, North Dakota, September 11. Northrop won a fully rigged Ranger 2080MS with a 250-horsepower Mercury outboard, $15,000 in prize money and $3,003 in Anglers Advantage cash for a total of $82,598 in winnings The dock talk leading up to Sakakawea was that trolling leadcore with Berkley Flicker Minnows was going…

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NWT Trophy

For the better part of 30 years, Cody Northrop has been fishing Lake Sakakawea, located 100 miles from his residence in South Heart, N.D. Recently, Northrop has been branching away from the 360,000-acre reservoir as he expands his tournament-fishing career. While he’s grown as an angler, Northrop also felt he was losing touch with his home water, specifically with how the influx of smelt has changed the lake. Today, he reconnected with his roots and won the third National Walleye…

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Minnesota AIM Team of the Year

It was about as big a two-day tournament for Anthony Nitti and nephew Hunter Nitti, as it gets: Win the AIM Weekend Walleye Series/Mercury Marine Minnesota State Championship from Baudette, almost breaking the century mark, and going home with more than $10,000 in winnings, then getting  the news that they also took the AIM/Yamaha Motor Corp. Team Of The Year (TOY) points battle on the final day of the championship, also earning them a Yamaha 9.9 kicker worth another $4,000.…

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AIM Wisconsin Team of the Year

To win the most coveted title in any fishing tournament series, you need to be consistently good, and  the team of Jim Erdman and Jeremy Hurst proved they were, taking 17th in the AIM Weekend Walleye Series/Garmin/Berkley Wisconsin state championship Aug. 22 and 22, and locking in 2020 Team Of The Year (TOY) honors in one of the most challenging seasons ever. “These two did well at every event in every imaginable circumstance and proved that they deserved the honor…

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North Dakota Team of the Year

It was neck and neck, and it still was until the AIM Weekend Walleye Series/Yamaha Motor Corp. North Dakota state championship on Lake Sakakawea, but Lonnie Jacobs and partner Janine Landsiedel eked it out by finishing third overall, besting the eventual second-place team by six points Aug. 14-15, to take the coveted Yamaha Motor Corp USA Team Of The Year (TOY) title for 2020, earning them a new T9.9 kicker and a guaranteed golden ticket to the 2021 National Championship…

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