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Walleye Awards

Leading from start to finish, the husband-wife team of Daren and Heide Schneider slogged through waves approaching five feet to take the AIM Weekend Walleye Series/Yamaha Motor Corp. North Dakota state championship on Lake Sakakawea Aug. 14-15, earning them $7,500, the potential for more incentive cash from AIM sponsor Garmin, and a berth in the 2021 National Championship Shootout. “Team Schneider led by a little the first day and by a lot the second, using Berkley Flicker Minnows throughout in…

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You heard it here first last week. The key to winning in August on ‘bago, especially against the tough competition in the AIM Weekend Walleye Series/Garmin/Berkley Wisconsin state championship Aug. 21 and 22, might just be not in the lake at all. It might just be won in the lakes and rivers above Lake Winnebago and the start at Oshkosh. And that’s exactly what happened for Isaac Lakich and Tristan Beckwith, went home $8,000 richer and with a berth in…

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MN AIM Champions

Anybody have a can of spray paint tucked aboard your walleye boat? You can bet that at least one can will be standard issue for Anthony Nitti and nephew Hunter Nitti, who used a dab here and there on one lure to win the AIM Weekend Walleye Series/Mercury Marine Minnesota State Championship Friday and Saturday, Aug. 28 and 29 at Lake of the Woods (LOW), and going home with more than $10,000 in winnings. “What a great finish to an…

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Green Bay’s “Shark Fin” area was the place to be for Shawn Kahut and Brett Walser for the AIM Weekend Walleye Series/Berkley Open Sunday, July 19, using Flicker Shads and Flicker Minnows made by Berkley to boat 34.33 pounds and win not only $8,000, but incentive bucks as well from Garmin. “Little tips and tricks will often bring you a win, and it was the case with these two,” said Denny Fox, AIM national tournament director. “They headed south, found…

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The question earlier this week was, do you turn left or right, and Jim Erdman and partner Jeremy Hurst answered it, turning south to harness the mud bite south of Oconto on Green Bay, collecting 42.80 pounds and $8,000 in the AIM Weekend Walleye Series/ Garmin Open  Saturday, July 18, one of two final back-to-back Wisconsin qualifier tournaments this past weekend. “It was a pretty rocky start, with storms delaying the launch and big waves until mid-day, but the two…

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