Kolar Toyota ALS Walleye TournamentSaturday, June 04, 2016

Duluth, MN

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We've raised $212,347.87 of our $210,000.00 goal!

Our Progress:

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$11,070
$7,530
$6,380
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Kolar Toyota ALS Walleye Tournament

2016 Recap

 

We want to thank all our anglers, sponsors, volunteers and donors for helping us to raise a records amount of funds to assist individuals with ALS.  Without your support year after year, we would not be able to provide services at no cost to these families.  Thank you for Casting for a Cause!
 
Our photos are now uploaded.  Check out all the great fish (walleye and bass) and all the great smiles! Thanks for joining us!
Walleye Tournament 2016 Check
Congratulations to our Tournament Winners:  Bryan Kershaw and Jeff Romosz of the Twin Ports.  They weighed in a basket of six walleye weighing in at 11.4 lbs.  All team results are available. Teams competing for the Big Walleye Bonanza are final.  Kershaw and Romosz took those honors as well with a single walleye weighing in at 6.01 lbs.
 
The competition was tight for the Bass Challenge.  Michael Lubseck and Chad Mehlum, both of Duluth, took first place in the single bass competition.  Doug Pirila and Greg Poetz brought in the heaviest basket of bass with five weightin in at 16.46 lbs.  Other teams competing in the Bass Challenge basket competion also found success. 

Kolar Toyota ALS Walleye Tournament

2016 Recap

 

We want to thank all our anglers, sponsors, volunteers and donors for helping us to raise a records amount of funds to assist individuals with ALS.  Without your support year after year, we would not be able to provide services at no cost to these families.  Thank you for Casting for a Cause!
 
Our photos are now uploaded.  Check out all the great fish (walleye and bass) and all the great smiles! Thanks for joining us!
Walleye Tournament 2016 Check
Congratulations to our Tournament Winners:  Bryan Kershaw and Jeff Romosz of the Twin Ports.  They weighed in a basket of six walleye weighing in at 11.4 lbs.  All team results are available. Teams competing for the Big Walleye Bonanza are final.  Kershaw and Romosz took those honors as well with a single walleye weighing in at 6.01 lbs.
 
The competition was tight for the Bass Challenge.  Michael Lubseck and Chad Mehlum, both of Duluth, took first place in the single bass competition.  Doug Pirila and Greg Poetz brought in the heaviest basket of bass with five weightin in at 16.46 lbs.  Other teams competing in the Bass Challenge basket competion also found success.