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CLICK HERE to open and print a 2014 Tournament Schedule



Our Next Meeting is 7:00PM October 28, 2014 at Gander Mountain.

  



September 7 - Lake Delavan


Holding only our second 'paper tournament' in the past 2 years was truly a success on the fantastic waters of Lake Delavan, Wisconsin.

The day of the tournament saw bluebird skies. And while there was a sight chill in the early morning air at the docks, needless to say the sweat began early in the day also. Hot weather, minimal clouds, and a high level of pleasure boat traffic made fishing tough. However, our leader for the 2014 Angler of the Year Award managed to squeeze out a couple of decent bass, and two really nice Pike. Including a nice 31" Northern.

Wrapping up the tournament win brackets were 2nd place Ken Kuhnle who brought in a limit of bluegill and a handful of rock bass. And 3rd place went to Dave Patrick with a gorgeous 4.5# Bass.

With this win, Larry almost assured himself AOY honors, but there were still a couple that could mathematically catch him. 

September 21 - Lake Geneva, Wisconsin 

Launch morning greeted us with grey skies, and winds in the 15mph - 20mph range. Needless to say it was going to be a day that demanded boat control, patience and tenacity. Weather was tough, almost all day the winds howled, and the rain on have of the lake make thing 'moist' to say the least. 

Fishing proved to be very tough. The fish brought in for weigh-in were scattered catches across the entire lake. A handful were caught in the shallows, most were caught in the 'teens FOW. Some club members reported having a difficult time with locating rock bass and pan fish which are most often impossible to keep off your lines on other days.

By the end of the day outgoing club President Kevin Newcomer scored his first win of 2014 , including a 4.8#LM taken with a deep diving lure. Second place was locked up for the second tournament in a row by Ken Kuhnle who weighed in 2 bass and 17 pan fish. Third place was taken by Pete Trevino.
 
This tournament was enough to secure Angler of the Year honors for Larry VanDyck. Larry, after sharing the AOY honors last year in a tie, is the first back-to-back Angler of the Year winner in 4 years. This will also mark the first year in 4 years where the Angler of the Year was not decided on the final tournament event. Congratulations to Larry VanDyck!!!!


 

 Fox Valley Area Anglers

We are a Catch and Live Release, fun driven, multi-species club, that promotes and helps each other learn to fish for a wide variety of species.   




CLICK HERE to open and print a 2014 Tournament Schedule



Our Next Meeting is 7:00PM October 28, 2014 at Gander Mountain.

  



September 7 - Lake Delavan


Holding only our second 'paper tournament' in the past 2 years was truly a success on the fantastic waters of Lake Delavan, Wisconsin.

The day of the tournament saw bluebird skies. And while there was a sight chill in the early morning air at the docks, needless to say the sweat began early in the day also. Hot weather, minimal clouds, and a high level of pleasure boat traffic made fishing tough. However, our leader for the 2014 Angler of the Year Award managed to squeeze out a couple of decent bass, and two really nice Pike. Including a nice 31" Northern.

Wrapping up the tournament win brackets were 2nd place Ken Kuhnle who brought in a limit of bluegill and a handful of rock bass. And 3rd place went to Dave Patrick with a gorgeous 4.5# Bass.

With this win, Larry almost assured himself AOY honors, but there were still a couple that could mathematically catch him. 

September 21 - Lake Geneva, Wisconsin 

Launch morning greeted us with grey skies, and winds in the 15mph - 20mph range. Needless to say it was going to be a day that demanded boat control, patience and tenacity. Weather was tough, almost all day the winds howled, and the rain on have of the lake make thing 'moist' to say the least. 

Fishing proved to be very tough. The fish brought in for weigh-in were scattered catches across the entire lake. A handful were caught in the shallows, most were caught in the 'teens FOW. Some club members reported having a difficult time with locating rock bass and pan fish which are most often impossible to keep off your lines on other days.

By the end of the day outgoing club President Kevin Newcomer scored his first win of 2014 , including a 4.8#LM taken with a deep diving lure. Second place was locked up for the second tournament in a row by Ken Kuhnle who weighed in 2 bass and 17 pan fish. Third place was taken by Pete Trevino.
 
This tournament was enough to secure Angler of the Year honors for Larry VanDyck. Larry, after sharing the AOY honors last year in a tie, is the first back-to-back Angler of the Year winner in 4 years. This will also mark the first year in 4 years where the Angler of the Year was not decided on the final tournament event. Congratulations to Larry VanDyck!!!!


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