Kiwanis Walleye World 2010 big success in Trenton, ON.

Posted on May 3rd, 2010

Walleye opener on the Bay of Quinte hosted thousands of anglers on the water from Picton, ON all the way to the Murray Canal, west of Trenton, ON. Our goal was to launch from  Deseronto, ON and head out with Gary Hodge of http://www.g2angling.comto shoot a walleye TV show in our barand new, fully-rigged Yamaha G3185FS equipped with a 150 hp., 4-stroke Yamaha Outboard, Minn Kota Maxxum Pro 80 lb. thrusts electric and Humminbirdsonars.  The weather was excellent, everyone was on time, and the fish were co-operating. Grant McAllister (the other “G” in G2Angling), was on the water at daybreak and by the time we reached their boat, his clients had already boated about a dozen walleye! We quickly got our stash of fresh dew worms, rigged our Rapala North Coasst 8′ rods, & Rapala Andors baitcasting reels  with 1 oz. bottom-walking sinkers/worm harnesses and started dragging the bottom in 27-35′ of water. In minutes we were into our first walleye. The action was non-stop and welanded between 15-20 walleye in 4-hrs. We had several double-headers and triple headers in the show and also did some excellent tips on picking the right gear, and making the right presentation to catch opening-day walleye.


That afternoon and Sunday were spent covering the Kiwanis 2010 Walleye World event out of Trenton, ON which will be featured throughout our TV show. The event has been running for 30 years and draws about 5,000 anglers to compete from various parts of Ontario and the north-eastern US. Most of the large walleye were caught by contestants trolling shallow-runnning lures in less than 15′ of water at night. The winning fish was caught in the Lower Bay of Quinte, near Glenora, ON. Make sure to look for this exciting show that will be full of tips to help you catch more fish when it premiers on TSN sometimes around December of this year. If you would like more info. on the event, just go to, www.kiwaniswalleyeworld.com .

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Jessica Murphy from Rock 107 reports.
“I had an amazing time this weekend at the Kiwanis Walleye World Live release Fishing Derby. Congratulations to all the winners!! Everyone had a great time. “
Senior Pike Results
1. Jamie Walker 17.1740
2. Mitch Armstrong 14.8600
3. Ian Bertling 12.0900
4. Bart Thompson 11.6500
5. Richard Tisdale 11.6200
6. Vince Dewitt 11.5700
7. Bob Denyo 11.3800
8. Richard Bolaton 10.8300
9. Bob Alexander 10.5900
10. Jeff Magee 10.3400
Junior Pike Results
1. Nathan Spencer 9.8600
2. Reese Verbruggen 8.8500
3. Jacob Fern 7.5800
4. Cole Vanschelven 5.9280
5. Braydon Shephard 5.8800


Senior Walleye Results


1. Nick Monger 11.7700
2. Dan Asselstine 11.5900
3. Sandy Mckee 11.2400
4. Jeff Lupton 10.9950
5. Chris Vandenheuvel 10.3600
6. Matt Green 10.0400
7. Peter Harper 10.0100
8. Lucas Wheatley 9.9500
9. George Nascimento 9.8000
10. Denis Mercier 9.7800


Junior Walleye Results


1. Jeremy Vangrunsven 8.9400
2. Adam Digout 8.1950
3. Tynika Williams 6.4300
4. Jeremy Keele 6.2100
5. Andy Digout 6.0900

There was also one Tagged fish caught in the Belleville Area. The tag number was #62 and it was caught by Tyler Winter which landed him $1000 cash prize!!









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