10 Facts about the AIM Weekend Walleye Series Fishing Tournaments The AIM Weekend Walleye Series is a grass-roots tournament. It was created by and is run by anglers for anglers with fairness and conservation in mind. No sponsors needed to get started. The affordable format of the AIM Weekend Walleye Series is perfect for any tournament angler, providing anglers with experience and exposure needed to gain sponsorship. The AIM Weekend Walleye Series was created for the working angler. The tournament…

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2019 has roared in like a lion and with it has come an abundant amount of water and devastation across much of the Midwest. As important as water is to our fisheries mother nature reminds us that she has her own plan.  If you can please lend a hand or a dollar out to those members and friends that have been impacted by the devastating flooding, I’m sure it would be greatly appreciated. On the bright side, highwater means lots…

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Park Falls, WI (April 11, 2019) – Kayak fishing is a unique game that requires a certain set of tools to do the job right. And part of that? The right fishing rods. Enter St. Croix’s recent introduction, the Mojo Yak series.   St. Croix’s Mojo Yak series (Casting and Spinning) was designed from the ground up to serve kayak anglers specifically. St. Croix’s Mojo Yak features premium, high-modulus SCIII carbon blanks with integrated Poly Curve® mandrel technology and the added benefit of a custom…

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  April 10, 2019 Contact: Denny Fox, 920-505-0122 Anglers Insight Marketing LLC (AIM™) All it took was one trip upriver Saturday to the DePere Dam on the Fox River near Green Bay for Sam May and partner Matt Bootz to settle on the spot they’d fish, and it won them a cool $8,000 pot in the season’s first 2019 AIM Weekend Walleye Series (AWWS) tournament in Wisconsin, Sunday, April 7. May, from Rhinelander, WI, and Bootz, from Wausau, WI,…

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For Immediate Release Mary Jane Williamson, Communications Director 703-519-9691, x227 American Sportfishing Association The Forage Fish Conservation Act would require managers to consider impacts on the ecosystem when setting forage fish catch limits   Alexandria, VA – April 10, 2019 – The sportfishing industry expressed its support for a new bill in Congress to ensure the smaller fish in the ocean that serve as the food source for most marine sportfish, known as forage fish, will be sustainably managed. Introduced by…

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