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Congratulations to the 2023 KCWC Champions!!!!
PAT MCSHARRY & DAN FULLER
BAG WEIGHT- 38.69902991
2023 KCWC Winners- Pat McSharry (L) and Dan Fuller (R)
Congratulations to Ted Brown, Moorhead, MN, on winning the 2023 KCWC Raffle Grand Prize: 2023 Lund Angler Tiller with 50 HP Mercury 4 stroke, Shoreland'r Trailer, Minn-Kota Terova trolling motor, and Helix graph donated by Ray's Marine in Bemidji.
Pictured here is Joe Bofferding - KCWC Committee, Mike Solheim - Ray's Marine; Carrie Iverson & Ted Brown - Raffle Winners; and Terry Belanger - KCWC Committee Raffle Chairman.
Tournament Director John Marcum announced at 2:30 PM today, the tournament is officially full with 100 teams registered to compete in the 23rd annual Knights of Columbus Walleye Classic.
Registration remains open for "Wait List" teams. Teams from this list will be selected in the order they were registered in the event a registered team cannot compete.
The Knights of Columbus Committee sent invitations to the 2022 Captains this week. If you were a Captain last year and are planning to return to the tournament with your same partner you can register your INTACT TEAM beginning on February 1st, 2023. That morning at 8:00 AM a button will appear on the upper left side of our home page where you can Click to begin the process. Entries are being handled on a FIRST COME FIRST SERVED basis. Your Captain letter has the required code to allow your entry into the tournament. This tournament is limited to 100 boats.
Returning anglers with a new partner will be eligible to register for remaining slots beginning at 8:00 AM March 1st, 2023. Entries handled on a FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS.
The event will open to the public on March 1st at 8:00 AM for remaining slots. A wait list will be created once the tournament fills.
The June 10, 2023 Knights of Columbus Walleye Classic, presented by Acme Tools/Milwaukee Tools/Honda Power Equipment- angler registration is approaching fast! Our committee has been meeting through the fall and has been busy planning for our next event!
We have been working to evolve this tournament to catch/photo/release format with more and better features.
We are planning to provide fantastic opportunities for anglers’ families, friends and the community to follow the tournament live at the waterfront and online at the KCWC Facebook page, @KnightsofColumbusWalleyeClassic.
Angler registration begins at 8:00 AM, February 1, 2023, with returning, intact teams from 2022. Returning 2022 anglers with a new fishing partner are eligible to begin registration on March 1st, 2023.
Remaining slots will be open to the public on March 8, 2023.
Continue to monitor this website and our Facebook page for additional updates as the tournament approaches. Last year's Captains will be receiving a sign-up reminder in the mail in just over a week.
This year the KCWC will be raffling off a 2023 Lund 1650 Angler Tiller with a 50 HP Mercury engine and trailer which is being donated by Ray's Marine, Lund boats, and Shorland'r Trailers and will include trolling motor and graph.
Please also remember to support the tournament by buying raffle tickets when they become available shortly. We will announce the locations to purchase tickets soon.
If you have questions, please contact Tournament Director John Marcum at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Knights of Columbus Walleye Classic will be conducting the 22nd event on Saturday, June 10 2023, at the Lake Bemidji Waterfront! This will once again be a CATCH/ PHOTO/ RELEASE tournament using Fish Donkey APP to document your catches.
More information about this tournament will be posted on our website and FACEBOOK page soon.
Sundquist and Holley, who also won the KCWC in 2004, claimed the championship with 13.86 pounds. Duane and Travis Peterson took second and the Legacy prize with 13.38 pounds. Big Fish prize went to Kurt Knott and Marty McSharry with a 5.81 pound fish!