We have never seen such big weights as we did this year – including a new tournament record AND our first ever back-to-back champions!
Congratulations once again to Scott Abraham and Frank Lombardo – following last year’s championship title with a record-breaking 42.66lb two-day tournament total. The dominated day one with 23.28lbs, on the strength of the big fish of the tournament weighing in at 11.64lbs early Saturday morning. They followed it up with an additional 19.38lbs on Sunday to take the win.
Brandon Kamm and Rene Boileau landed the big fish of day 2 at 9.26lbs.
The full official results list can be viewed or downloaded below, as well as the big fish rankings for the weekend.
The tbaytel Walleye Masters committee would like to thank all of our incredible volunteers, the anglers, and Jack Dawson and the team from Home TV for streaming the weigh-ins live on YouTube. (See previous posts for links.)
The entry fee for 2024 has increased to $500.00 and is available to download now on our Registration and Entries page. Teams wishing to reserve their finishing position from this year’s tournament for next year can do so by registering by October 31st. Starting November 1st, boat numbers will be assigned on a first come, first served basis.
WOW! We were blown away by the weights hitting the scale today! This year’s tournament is off to an incredibly competitive start. Last year’s champions are looking for a repeat with a MONSTER basket of 23.28lbs today – and the big fish of the tournament at 11.64lbs.
Here are the official Day 1 top 10 and big fish results:
After several years of tournament organization, the current Dryden Walleye Masters board of directors will be stepping down after the 2022 tournament.
New directors and committee members are needed to ensure the continuation of this tournament beyond June 2022. Without new committee members and directors of the Board to take over, this will be the final Dryden Walleye Masters tournament.
If you would like to ensure the continuation of this tournament beyond its 31st year, please email [email protected] for more information.
Invasive species aren’t just a nuisance – they can destroy our vital fish habitat, even threaten our fish populations. Help keep our lakes thriving by making sure your boat doesn’t become a taxi for invasive plant and animal species.
Please read the PDF notice below about how you can prevent the spread of invasive species, and be aware about an invasive species already in the Wabigoon chain of lakes.