WWA Illinois Chain Team Challenge to Hold Second Event
May 8th, 2005 by OutdoorsFIRST
Modified May 8th, 2005 at 12:00 AM
Fond Du Lac, WI – The World Walleye Association Illinois Chain Team Challenge is holding it¹s second event of the season Sunday May 15th on the Fox Chain out of Halings Marine in Antioch.The first Illinois Chain Team Challenge was won by Kerry Kohlbacher and Ron Geary on Sunday May 1st under very adverse weather conditions.The sign in and rules meeting will be Saturday May 14th at Halings Marine in Antioch. Sign in will be from 5:00-6:00 P.M. with the rules meeting at 6:00 P.M. At least one member from each team must attend the rules meeting.Tournament hours will be from 7:00 A.M.-3:00 P.M. with the boundaries being the WI state line to the dam in Algonquin. Long Lake is off limits above the manual lock.Six fish may be weighed by each team with four fish between 14-18 inches and two over 24 inches allowed.Registrations will be taken until Friday May 13th at 10:00 P.M.Boundaries will be Wisconsin waters of Green Bay to the tip of Door County. In the event of inclement weather boundaries may restrict anglers to the lower bay and the river.The weigh in limit is four fish over 15 inches.The WWA is a friendly, fun, and affordable way to participate in the competitive world of walleye fishing. Extensive media coverage of tournament results can be found on www.walleyefirst.com, the industry leader in covering the walleye world, the WWA website at www.worldwalleye.com and in the Badger Sportsman Magazine, the official publication of the WWA. Subscriptions to the Badger Sportsmen are included when anglers become members of the WWA.These are just some of the reasons anglers choose to fish the WWA, “A tournament circuit for fisherman, run by fisherman”.The World Walleye Association is sponsored by Yarcraft Boats and Outdoors First Media.For information on entering this tournament, tournament details, or complete information on the World Walleye Association Team Challenge Circuits, please visit the WWA website at www.worldwalleye.com or by calling 920-651-1066.