Thursday, May 6, 2010

No-Mo Kayak fishing challenge

The countdown is getting close. Saturday is the day we fish the very first No-Mo (No motor) Kayak Fishing Challenge. No live bait is allowed and it's CPR-catch, photograph, release.
Nice prizes go along with this first attempt at staging this sort of tournament. Whether or not this is the very first or not is beside the point. It is the first No-Mo!
Come what may, I'll have a report in the next couple of weeks of the winners and how things went including any wrinkles that are bound to happen.
Next week's column is shaping up to take in the return of the walleye pros to Bay City. It's the second AIM tournament and promises to be as big as last years. Remember Tommy Skarlis walked away with the win weighing in 100 pounds. That is a credit to the bay fishery.
Right on the heels of the AIM tournament Mark's Martin and Brumbaugh will host an open water school on Saginaw River and the Bay. For details go to and click on open water schools.
At this time there is room for a couple more students.
Until next week, remember to be successful as an angler keep a line in the water!

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