FLW Outdoors announced a slight revision to the 2011 FLW Walleye Tour schedule. The first event of the 2011 season, the Lake Erie tour stop at Port Clinton, Ohio, has been officially rescheduled for May 12-14. As previously announced, the 2011 season will return to one division with four internationally televised tournaments and a no-entry-fee, internationally televised championship event.
The 2011 FLW Walleye Tour will span the upper Midwest starting the season on legendary Lake Erie in Port Clinton, Ohio, which holds the cumulative four-day weight record and heaviest one-day catch record. The second stop will be in Walker, Minn., returning to Leech Lake followed by a visit to Green Bay in Oconto, Wis. The final qualifying event will be held in Pierre, S.D., on Lake Oahe. The tour championship will be held on the Missouri River in Bismarck, N.D., for the third time in the last four years.
The 2011 FLW Walleye Tour schedule is listed below and can be viewed at FLWOutdoors.com.
2011 FLW Walleye Tour schedule
Date: Fishery – Location
May 12-14: Lake Erie – Port Clinton, Ohio
June 9-11: Leech Lake – Walker, Minn.
July 21-23: Green Bay – Oconto, Wis.
Aug. 25-27: Lake Oahe – Pierre, S.D.
FLW Walleye Tour Championship
Sept. 22-25: Missouri River – Bismarck, N.D.
The Walleye Tour qualifiers will be three-day, cumulative weight events that will begin on Thursday and conclude on Saturday. Weigh-ins for the first two days will be held lakeside and the top 10 pros and co-anglers will weigh-in on Saturday. The championship will be a four-day, cumulative weight event. Pros and co-anglers will be randomly paired each day and fish for a combined boat weight.
Further details for the FLW Walleye Tour regarding paybacks, entry fees, rules, registrations and more will be announced in the near future.
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