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Walleye Tournaments

Grand National Walleye Cup (GNWC)
Grand National Walleye Cup (GNWC)
Fishing Promotions, Inc.
P.O. Box 650
Pine River, MN  56474
p: 800.890.3474  e: [email protected]  contact: Bernie Barringer
http://www.walleyecup.com/

2006 Schedule

YEAR:     2003 | 2004 | 2005 | 2006
DateEventBody of WaterCoverage
10/12 - 10/14GNWC Championship Le Homme Dieu Chain, MN

Iowa Division
DateEventBody of WaterCoverage
4/22GNWC Qualifier Mississippi River, WI
5/14GNWC Qualifier Clear Lake, IA
5/28GNWC Qualifier Rathbun Lake, IA
9/2 - 9/3GNWC IA Championship Mississippi River, IA

Michigan Division
DateEventBody of WaterCoverage
4/2GNWC Qualifier Detroit River, MI
5/14GNWC Qualifier Houghton Lake, MI
6/25GNWC Qualifier Thunder Bay, MI
7/7 - 7/8GNWC MI Championship Saginaw Bay, MI

Minnesota Division
DateEventBody of WaterCoverage
5/7GNWC Qualifier Mississippi River, MN
6/11GNWC Qualifier Cass Lake, MN
7/16GNWC Qualifier Mille Lacs Lake, MN
9/9 - 9/10GNWC MN Championship Lake Minnewaska, MN

Ohio Division
DateEventBody of WaterCoverage
4/9GNWC Qualifier Mosquito Creek, OH
5/7GNWC Qualifier Indian Lake, OH
6/11GNWC Qualifier Rocky Fork, OH
7/28 - 7/29GNWC OH Championship Lake Erie, OH

South Dakota Division
DateEventBody of WaterCoverage
4/9GNWC Qualifier Missouri River, SD
5/21GNWC Qualifier Lake Kampeska, SD
6/18GNWC Qualifier Bitter Lake, SD
8/19 - 8/20GNWC SD Championship Lake Oahe, SD

Wisconsin Division
DateEventBody of WaterCoverage
4/23GNWC Qualifier Mississippi River, WI
5/21GNWC Qualifier Lake DuBay, WI
6/4GNWC Qualifier Lake Winnebago, WI
8/4 - 8/5GNWC WI Championship Green Bay, WI

About the Grand National Walleye Cup
Welcome to the Grand National Walleye Cup, the new standard in weekend walleye tournaments. There has been a need for a reliable weekend walleye team circuit for some time now, and the staff of Fishing Promotions, Inc. considers it a great honor to be able to fill the role. We have a lot of experience running high-quality team tournaments, and we can make you, the tournament angler, a couple promises. Itís how we earn your trust, and itís how we will grow to be the premiere walleye team circuit on the planet. First, we promise to be firm, but fair and consistent. We promise to put you, the angler, first. I have always believed in the philosophy that tournaments should work for the fishermen themselves, and everything else will fall into place on itís own. In short, if we make it work for you, the sponsors eventually get paid and then the tournament organizers get paid. We put our tourney anglers first because you are the backbone of any tournament circuit.

You will see as you learn more about the GNWC that we have a rather unique concept. Anglers can fish at several levels. You can fish just one or two tournaments close to home; you can compete in all four in any division to qualify for the state championship; or you can compete as a national team and have a part of the National Cup championship. Your choice. If you want to be a national team, you simply put $100 into the National Cup pot before you begin fishing the division. If you fish all four qualifiers in that division and finish in the top 20 by points, you will be invited to fish for the National cup, with all the money, prestige and even television coverage it can offer. What a tremendous opportunity for team anglers, one that has never before been offered.

I hope you will catch the enthusiasm that has made the GNWC a reality. Some of the mostly highly respected companies in the fishing industry have shown their confidence by throwing their support behind the GNWC, and we believe we can earn your confidence too. Watch us go and watch us grow. The GNWC is one of the best things to happen to walleye fishing in a long time. We hope to be in 18 states by 2005, and itís people like you that can make it happen. Come on along, itís going to be an exciting ride!