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We’ve said it before and are sure to say it again: sometimes you take on the Universe; most times the Universe takes you. And when you’re confident and relaxed about your chances, chances are, you’ll do well. That’s exactly what happened for first-time partners William Borcherdt and Mike Kabacinski, who overcame a nasty pre-fish to become the AIM Weekend Walleye Series’ first $9,000 winners, in the first AIM Weekend Walleye Series/Berkley Open, a.k.a. Day Two of the “‘Bago Beast” dual…

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Cousins Michael and Brandon Popp didn’t have to travel too far to find the fish they were looking for, as they took the first of two Wisconsin Qualifiers of the season in the AIM Weekend Walleye Series/Garmin Open Saturday, June 6 to win $8,000 and first place by less than a quarter-pound. Cousins Michael Popp, from North Fond du Lac, and Brandon Popp, of Fond du Lac,  did it in Michael’s Watercraft powered by a Mercury 350 Verado, both pulling…

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Angler with Walleye

So, how’s it feel to win a new boat/motor/electronics combo worth a cool $55,000 by ¾ of a pound over two days? Ask the son-father team of Jake and Dave Bonsack, who squeaked by the second-place team to win the AIM Weekend Walleye Series/Warrior Boats National Championship Shootout on May 29 and 30 at Minnesota’s Lake Mille Lacs. “It still hasn’t really sunk in, but it’s pretty incredible. Just an outstanding week of fishing,” son Jake, of Royalton, MN,  said…

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Weekend Walleye Series

Citing that the safety of its teams, the communities it visits, and the letter and spirit of Wisconsin’s stay-at-home order come first in controlling the spread of COVID-19, the AIM Weekend Walleye Series has taken the extraordinary step of postponing its next tournament, scheduled for the Wolf River at Winneconne, Wisconsin, Sunday, April 26. “We all know all our teams and you, Fan Nation, are just itching to get onto the water, or watch our teams do the same, but…

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Since the first tournament for the Aim Weekend Walleye Series in 2020 was postponed in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak, we’ve been searching out a replacement. So how about this? How about ONE weekend and TWO events to create a mega weekend of walleye with as much as $51,000 large on the line? That’s right, Saturday and Sunday, July 18 and 19, Two One-Day events–it’s a Double Header, in the great walleye town of Oconto, Wisconsin! “Since the first…

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