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Graves wins National Guard FLW Walleye Tour event on Lake Erie

Graves wins National Guard FLW Walleye Tour event on Lake Erie

PORT CLINTON, Ohio – Pro Jeff Graves of Chagrin Falls, Ohio, and co-angler Ed Szymczak of Osceola, Ind., caught five walleyes weighing 34 pounds, 13 ounces to win the National Guard FLW Walleye Tour tournament on Lake Erie. READ MORE »

Graves grabs FLW Walleye Tour title on Lake Erie

Graves grabs FLW Walleye Tour title on Lake Erie

PORT CLINTON, Ohio - Note to Jeff Graves’ friends: Ask him to buy you dinner. The Chagrin Falls, Ohio, angler was planning on entering the Lake Erie National Guard FLW Walleye Tour event as a co-angler, but his friends coaxed him into fishing on the professional side. It’s a good thing Graves listened. READ MORE »

Close to the finish

Close to the finish

PORT CLINTON, Ohio — Keith Kavajecz hoped for a good wind on Lake Erie this morning. It doesn’t look like he’ll be getting it. The top-10 pros and co-anglers were greeted by leaden skies and slick water as they made their way out to the big lake for the final day of the National Guard FLW Walleye Tour. READ MORE »

Graves leads National Guard FLW Walleye Tour event on Lake Erie

PORT CLINTON, Ohio – Pro Jeff Graves of Chagrin Falls, Ohio, and co-angler Keith Keivens of Toledo, Ohio, caught five walleyes weighing 42 pounds, 7 ounces Friday to propel Graves into the lead at the National Guard FLW Walleye Tour tournament on Lake Erie. Graves now has a two-day catch of 10 walleyes weighing 82-9 and a slim 12-ounce lead over second place going into the final day of competition. Anglers are fishing for top awards of up to $63,000 in the Pro Division and up to $10,500 in the Co-angler Division. READ MORE »

Weights, numbers up on Erie

Weights, numbers up on Erie

PORT CLINTON, Ohio – Jeff Graves was just one of three anglers to break the 40-pound mark on the first day of the Lake Erie National Guard FLW Walleye Tour event. Today, he was just one of three to catch more than 40 pounds again. Fortunately, he was the only angler to catch two sacks more than 40 pounds. Today’s limit of 42 pounds, 7 ounces gave him the lead with a total weight of 82 pounds, 9 ounces. He and nine other professional anglers will fish for the top prize of up to $63,000 tomorrow on the final day of the event. READ MORE »

Conditions prime for big bite on Erie

Conditions prime for big bite on Erie

PORT CLINTON, Ohio - If there is a common theme among the 131 National Guard FLW Walleye Tour pros on the second day of the Lake Erie tournament, hosted by the City of Port Clinton and Lake Erie Shores and Islands, it’s optimism. After a day that produced just 20 limits, there’s no other attitude to have. A handful of anglers, including day-one leader Danny Steffens, found pods of big fish, but most anglers struggled, weighing just a few walleye from a lake that should be producing lots of heavy limits. READ MORE »

Steffens goes from hospital bed to first

Steffens goes from hospital bed to first

PORT CLINTON, Ohio – Two weeks ago, Dan Steffens was on his back in a hospital bed after suffering severe burns on his legs and ankles. The burns were so bad he had to coax his doctor into letting him spend the next two weeks in a boat. Thankfully, his doctor obliged. READ MORE »

Steffens leads National Guard FLW Walleye Tour event on Lake Erie

PORT CLINTON, Ohio – Pro Danny Steffens of Oxford, Wis., and co-angler Brandon Finck of Jackson, Minn., brought in five walleyes weighing 42 pounds, 15 ounces Thursday to lead day one of the National Guard FLW Walleye Tour tournament on Lake Erie. The pair now holds a 1-pound, 10-ounce lead over their closest rivals in the event featuring 131 pros and 131 co-anglers fishing for top awards of $63,000 in the Pro Division and $10,500 in the Co-angler Division. READ MORE »

Uncertainty looms on Lake Erie

Uncertainty looms on Lake Erie

PORT CLINTON, Ohio — The 2011 National Guard FLW Walleye Tour started off with a bang, literally, as the field’s 262 anglers were greeted by a line of powerful pre-launch thunderstorms. The weather that swept across northwestern Ohio and Lake Erie just before daylight delayed the tournament, hosted by the City of Port Clinton and Lake Erie Shores and Islands, by 30 minutes. The storm was just one in a long string of inclement weather developments that has plagued the region lately. April and early May saw one wet system after another, turning the big lake into a muddy, choppy mess. READ MORE »