Masters Walleye Circuit

If you’re looking for world-class walleye fishing and the chance to win thousands of dollars in cash and prizes, plus great competition—all in a professionally-run tournament atmosphere—look no further than the Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit.

Since 1984, the Cabela’s MWC has set the standard for team walleye tournament fishing. Each season, we visit the finest walleye fisheries at peak fishing times to give our MWC teams the best possible experience during pre-fishing and competition.

Plus, MWC events are more than two- or three-day tournaments. Many teams arrive early for pre-fishing and experience a week or more of great walleye action while fine-tuning their patterns and exploring the wonderful host communities. And because camaraderie is an MWC hallmark, you’ll also enjoy getting to know other MWC teams. This is not just a Circuit, it’s a family. Even though the competition is intense and the stakes are high, our teams share a common bond in their passion for walleye fishing, and many of our anglers form friendships that last a lifetime.

Another great benefit is the MWC’s proven team format—which lets you share all the fun (and expenses) with your favorite fishing partner as you compete for more than $1 million in cash and prizes. With an 80 percent payback at each event, plus great contingency bonuses from our valued sponsors and a no-entry-fee, $100,000 Championship for the season’s top finishers, the MWC offers excellent odds of cashing some serious checks.

Anglers Insight Marketing (AIM)

Spirit Lake Casino Walleye Classic

Devils Lake Chamber Walleye Event

Angler Young Angler (AYA)

Started in 1998, Angler & Young Angler Fishing tournaments were established to enable youth with the opportunity to fish in a competitive tournament atmosphere. AYA’s main priority is to educate and introduce youth to competitive fishing with the help of friends and family.

Teams consist of two young anglers and one adult angler. AYA Events consist of a full day of fishing followed by weigh-ins, prizes, awards and of course a BBQ. Top winners are invited to fish in an international tournament.

AYA is continually growing throughout the continent, holding 19 annual events this year alone. This year the International Championship will be held on August 24th on Lake of the Woods in Kenora, Ontario

Masters Walleye Circuit

If you’re looking for world-class walleye fishing and the chance to win thousands of dollars in cash and prizes, plus great competition—all in a professionally-run tournament atmosphere—look no further than the Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit.

Since 1984, the Cabela’s MWC has set the standard for team walleye tournament fishing. Each season, we visit the finest walleye fisheries at peak fishing times to give our MWC teams the best possible experience during pre-fishing and competition.

Plus, MWC events are more than two- or three-day tournaments. Many teams arrive early for pre-fishing and experience a week or more of great walleye action while fine-tuning their patterns and exploring the wonderful host communities. And because camaraderie is an MWC hallmark, you’ll also enjoy getting to know other MWC teams. This is not just a Circuit, it’s a family. Even though the competition is intense and the stakes are high, our teams share a common bond in their passion for walleye fishing, and many of our anglers form friendships that last a lifetime.

Another great benefit is the MWC’s proven team format—which lets you share all the fun (and expenses) with your favorite fishing partner as you compete for more than $1 million in cash and prizes. With an 80 percent payback at each event, plus great contingency bonuses from our valued sponsors and a no-entry-fee, $100,000 Championship for the season’s top finishers, the MWC offers excellent odds of cashing some serious checks.

Spirit Lake Casino Walleye Classic

ND Fishing Challenge

The ND Fishing Challenge was launched in April of 2010 with our first tournament at Graner Bottoms on the Missouri River, and our second tournament at Six Mile Bay on Devils Lake. In 2011, we added to our original two tournaments on the Missouri and Devils Lake and included an additional tournament on Lake Sakakawea in Parshall Bay.

Thanks to our generous volunteers and business sponsors, the tournament has been able to grow in size every year. Last year, we had over 70 teams participate in the tournaments across the state, and five lucky teams from each tournament walked away with cash prizes for their heaviest catch of Walleye. For 2015, we are looking forward to having more fun and handing out more CASH and prizes!

Angler Young Angler (AYA)

Started in 1998, Angler & Young Angler Fishing tournaments were established to enable youth with the opportunity to fish in a competitive tournament atmosphere. AYA’s main priority is to educate and introduce youth to competitive fishing with the help of friends and family.

Teams consist of two young anglers and one adult angler. AYA Events consist of a full day of fishing followed by weigh-ins, prizes, awards and of course a BBQ. Top winners are invited to fish in an international tournament.

AYA is continually growing throughout the continent, holding 19 annual events this year alone. This year the International Championship will be held on August 24th on Lake of the Woods in Kenora, Ontario

Anglers Insight Marketing (AIM)

Masters Walleye Circuit

If you’re looking for world-class walleye fishing and the chance to win thousands of dollars in cash and prizes, plus great competition—all in a professionally-run tournament atmosphere—look no further than the Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit.

Since 1984, the Cabela’s MWC has set the standard for team walleye tournament fishing. Each season, we visit the finest walleye fisheries at peak fishing times to give our MWC teams the best possible experience during pre-fishing and competition.

Plus, MWC events are more than two- or three-day tournaments. Many teams arrive early for pre-fishing and experience a week or more of great walleye action while fine-tuning their patterns and exploring the wonderful host communities. And because camaraderie is an MWC hallmark, you’ll also enjoy getting to know other MWC teams. This is not just a Circuit, it’s a family. Even though the competition is intense and the stakes are high, our teams share a common bond in their passion for walleye fishing, and many of our anglers form friendships that last a lifetime.

Another great benefit is the MWC’s proven team format—which lets you share all the fun (and expenses) with your favorite fishing partner as you compete for more than $1 million in cash and prizes. With an 80 percent payback at each event, plus great contingency bonuses from our valued sponsors and a no-entry-fee, $100,000 Championship for the season’s top finishers, the MWC offers excellent odds of cashing some serious checks.

Spirit Lake Casino Walleye Classic

ND Fishing Challenge

The ND Fishing Challenge was launched in April of 2010 with our first tournament at Graner Bottoms on the Missouri River, and our second tournament at Six Mile Bay on Devils Lake. In 2011, we added to our original two tournaments on the Missouri and Devils Lake and included an additional tournament on Lake Sakakawea in Parshall Bay.

Thanks to our generous volunteers and business sponsors, the tournament has been able to grow in size every year. Last year, we had over 70 teams participate in the tournaments across the state, and five lucky teams from each tournament walked away with cash prizes for their heaviest catch of Walleye. For 2015, we are looking forward to having more fun and handing out more CASH and prizes!

Angler Young Angler (AYA)

Started in 1998, Angler & Young Angler Fishing tournaments were established to enable youth with the opportunity to fish in a competitive tournament atmosphere. AYA’s main priority is to educate and introduce youth to competitive fishing with the help of friends and family.

Teams consist of two young anglers and one adult angler. AYA Events consist of a full day of fishing followed by weigh-ins, prizes, awards and of course a BBQ. Top winners are invited to fish in an international tournament.

AYA is continually growing throughout the continent, holding 19 annual events this year alone. This year the International Championship will be held on August 24th on Lake of the Woods in Kenora, Ontario

Masters Walleye Circuit

If you’re looking for world-class walleye fishing and the chance to win thousands of dollars in cash and prizes, plus great competition—all in a professionally-run tournament atmosphere—look no further than the Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit.

Since 1984, the Cabela’s MWC has set the standard for team walleye tournament fishing. Each season, we visit the finest walleye fisheries at peak fishing times to give our MWC teams the best possible experience during pre-fishing and competition.

Plus, MWC events are more than two- or three-day tournaments. Many teams arrive early for pre-fishing and experience a week or more of great walleye action while fine-tuning their patterns and exploring the wonderful host communities. And because camaraderie is an MWC hallmark, you’ll also enjoy getting to know other MWC teams. This is not just a Circuit, it’s a family. Even though the competition is intense and the stakes are high, our teams share a common bond in their passion for walleye fishing, and many of our anglers form friendships that last a lifetime.

Another great benefit is the MWC’s proven team format—which lets you share all the fun (and expenses) with your favorite fishing partner as you compete for more than $1 million in cash and prizes. With an 80 percent payback at each event, plus great contingency bonuses from our valued sponsors and a no-entry-fee, $100,000 Championship for the season’s top finishers, the MWC offers excellent odds of cashing some serious checks.


Angler Insight Marketing (AIM)

Spirit Lake Casino Walleye Classic

Angler Young Angler (AYA)

Started in 1998, Angler & Young Angler Fishing tournaments were established to enable youth with the opportunity to fish in a competitive tournament atmosphere. AYA’s main priority is to educate and introduce youth to competitive fishing with the help of friends and family.

Teams consist of two young anglers and one adult angler. AYA Events consist of a full day of fishing followed by weigh-ins, prizes, awards and of course a BBQ. Top winners are invited to fish in an international tournament.

AYA is continually growing throughout the continent, holding 19 annual events this year alone. This year the International Championship will be held on August 24th on Lake of the Woods in Kenora, Ontario.


 

 

Masters Walleye Circuit

If you’re looking for world-class walleye fishing and the chance to win thousands of dollars in cash and prizes, plus great competition—all in a professionally-run tournament atmosphere—look no further than the Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit.

Since 1984, the Cabela’s MWC has set the standard for team walleye tournament fishing. Each season, we visit the finest walleye fisheries at peak fishing times to give our MWC teams the best possible experience during pre-fishing and competition.

Plus, MWC events are more than two- or three-day tournaments. Many teams arrive early for pre-fishing and experience a week or more of great walleye action while fine-tuning their patterns and exploring the wonderful host communities. And because camaraderie is an MWC hallmark, you’ll also enjoy getting to know other MWC teams. This is not just a Circuit, it’s a family. Even though the competition is intense and the stakes are high, our teams share a common bond in their passion for walleye fishing, and many of our anglers form friendships that last a lifetime.

Another great benefit is the MWC’s proven team format—which lets you share all the fun (and expenses) with your favorite fishing partner as you compete for more than $1 million in cash and prizes. With an 80 percent payback at each event, plus great contingency bonuses from our valued sponsors and a no-entry-fee, $100,000 Championship for the season’s top finishers, the MWC offers excellent odds of cashing some serious checks.

 


FM Walleyes Unlimited

  • May 31st, 2013-June 1st, 2013- Pelian Lake, Pelian Rapids, MN-Results
  • September 21st, 2013-September 22nd, 2013-Big Cormorant, Lake Park, MN
  • View this event website »

FM Walleyes Unlimited, Inc. , was founded in 1977 to promote conservation, sportsmanship and education in respect to walleye fishing in the Fargo – Moorhead area. Our club has made over $150,000 in donations to local rearing ponds and youth groups, installed docks and paid for light bills at landings. Currently we are over 300 members strong. Monthly meetings are held at 7:00 p.m. on the 3rd Thursday of each month at the Doublewood Inn, Fargo, ND and are open to the public free of charge. Guest speakers often include professional and local experts from the walleye world. Past guests have included Dave Genz, Tony Dean, Ted Takasaki, Keith Kavajecv, Perry Good, Babe Winkelman, Mike McClelland, Dave Csanda, Gary Parsons and others. Club activities include monthly meetings, annual Dinner Dance in January, Pelican Spring Classic Walleye Tournament in June, club picnic in August, Cormorant Fall Classic Walleye Tournament in September, Pathways to fishing for youth groups and monthly Club Outings held April thru August.

 


Lake Region Anglers Association

The Lake Region Anglers Association (LRAA) was founded in 1975 through the efforts of a group of local anglers who wanted to establish an organization to enhance the fisheries located with-in the Lake Region and the number of angling opportunities available to its members and the public.

 


 

Masters Walleye Circuit

  • May 31st, 2012-June 1st, 2012, Mille Lacs Lake, Isle, MN-Results
  • July 28th, 2012 – July 29th, 2012, Lake Oahe, Pierre, SD-Results
  • September 14th, 2012-September 15th, 2012, Cass Lake, Cass Lake, MN-Results
  • October 18th, 2012-October 20th, 2012, Mississippi River, Prairie Du Chien, WI-Results
  • View this event website »

If you’re looking for world-class walleye fishing and the chance to win thousands of dollars in cash and prizes, plus great competition—all in a professionally-run tournament atmosphere—look no further than the Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit.

Since 1984, the Cabela’s MWC has set the standard for team walleye tournament fishing. Each season, we visit the finest walleye fisheries at peak fishing times to give our MWC teams the best possible experience during pre-fishing and competition.

Plus, MWC events are more than two- or three-day tournaments. Many teams arrive early for pre-fishing and experience a week or more of great walleye action while fine-tuning their patterns and exploring the wonderful host communities. And because camaraderie is an MWC hallmark, you’ll also enjoy getting to know other MWC teams. This is not just a Circuit, it’s a family. Even though the competition is intense and the stakes are high, our teams share a common bond in their passion for walleye fishing, and many of our anglers form friendships that last a lifetime.

Another great benefit is the MWC’s proven team format—which lets you share all the fun (and expenses) with your favorite fishing partner as you compete for more than $1 million in cash and prizes. With an 80 percent payback at each event, plus great contingency bonuses from our valued sponsors and a no-entry-fee, $100,000 Championship for the season’s top finishers, the MWC offers excellent odds of cashing some serious checks.

 


FM Walleyes Unlimited

FM Walleyes Unlimited, Inc. , was founded in 1977 to promote conservation, sportsmanship and education in respect to walleye fishing in the Fargo – Moorhead area. Our club has made over $150,000 in donations to local rearing ponds and youth groups, installed docks and paid for light bills at landings. Currently we are over 300 members strong. Monthly meetings are held at 7:00 p.m. on the 3rd Thursday of each month at the Doublewood Inn, Fargo, ND and are open to the public free of charge. Guest speakers often include professional and local experts from the walleye world. Past guests have included Dave Genz, Tony Dean, Ted Takasaki, Keith Kavajecv, Perry Good, Babe Winkelman, Mike McClelland, Dave Csanda, Gary Parsons and others. Club activities include monthly meetings, annual Dinner Dance in January, Pelican Spring Classic Walleye Tournament in June, club picnic in August, Cormorant Fall Classic Walleye Tournament in September, Pathways to fishing for youth groups and monthly Club Outings held April thru August.

 


Lake Region Anglers Association

The Lake Region Anglers Association (LRAA) was founded in 1975 through the efforts of a group of local anglers who wanted to establish an organization to enhance the fisheries located with-in the Lake Region and the number of angling opportunities available to its members and the public.

 


Spirit Lake Casino Walleye Classic

 


Devils Lake Chamber of Commerce

Masters Walleye Circuit

  • June 24th, 2011-June 25th, 2011, Devils Lake, Devils Lake, ND-Results
  • July 22nd, 2011 – July 23rd, 2011, Lake Oahe, Mobridge, SD-Results
  • September 16th, 2011-September 17th, 2011, Cass Lake, Cass Lake, MN-Results
  • View this event website »

If you’re looking for world-class walleye fishing and the chance to win thousands of dollars in cash and prizes, plus great competition—all in a professionally-run tournament atmosphere—look no further than the Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit.

Since 1984, the Cabela’s MWC has set the standard for team walleye tournament fishing. Each season, we visit the finest walleye fisheries at peak fishing times to give our MWC teams the best possible experience during pre-fishing and competition.

Plus, MWC events are more than two- or three-day tournaments. Many teams arrive early for pre-fishing and experience a week or more of great walleye action while fine-tuning their patterns and exploring the wonderful host communities. And because camaraderie is an MWC hallmark, you’ll also enjoy getting to know other MWC teams. This is not just a Circuit, it’s a family. Even though the competition is intense and the stakes are high, our teams share a common bond in their passion for walleye fishing, and many of our anglers form friendships that last a lifetime.

Another great benefit is the MWC’s proven team format—which lets you share all the fun (and expenses) with your favorite fishing partner as you compete for more than $1 million in cash and prizes. With an 80 percent payback at each event, plus great contingency bonuses from our valued sponsors and a no-entry-fee, $100,000 Championship for the season’s top finishers, the MWC offers excellent odds of cashing some serious checks.

 


 

Spirit Lake Casino Walleye Classic

 


Devils Lake Chamber of Commerce