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National Walleye Tour

The Cabela’s National Walleye Tour offers premier, tour-level competition for walleye anglers across the North! It is the largest, most prestigious and lucrative walleye fishing series in the USA, with over a million dollars in cash and prizes on the line during the season. This collection of shows from both the 2017 and 2018 seasons covers the tour qualifying events and then culminates with a three-day Championship event where we crown the National Walleye Champion!
We kick off the 2017 Cabela's National Walleye Tour on the famed Lake Erie at Huron Ohio. Its a two day event with a 5 fish limit each day. Lake conditions are not ideal, but watch as the anglers figure them out and bring huge sacks of Walleye to the scales.
Our second stop for the 2017 Cabela's National Walleye Tour is Lake Sakakawea in Garrison, North Dakota. With reports that the fish are favouring the warmer water at the north end of this huge lake, the anglers are making runs of up 140 miles. All very risky, but there are huge bags of Walleye to be found if you get it right.
The 2017 National Walleye Tour action this time is on the Mississippi River at Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin. High water levels have kept the fish in the back waters, so finding them won't be easy. Watch Day 1 action, as the anglers hope that the tactics they have chosen, prove to be the right ones.
Day 2 of the NWT visit to the Mississippi River in Wisconsin. There's some big names on the leaderboard after Day 1 and with plenty of fish to be caught, it might come down to a fraction of a pound at the end.
It's Championship time for the 2017 Cabela's National Walleye Tour and we're on the Bay of Green Bay at Marinette, Wisconsin with the top 72 Pro and Co anglers qualifying for this 3 day event. They are all hoping to make the top 10 cut into the third day, but predictions are that they will have to average 40lbs of Walleye a day to do so. Watch the action from Day 1.
All the action from day 2 of the National Walleye Tour Championship from Green Bay, Wisconsin. To make the cut into day 3 the anglers need to finish in the top ten. Watch this exciting action as the tournament Pro and Co Champions are decided and also the Anglers of the Year.
The 2018 National Walleye Season is here! With high waters and flooding, there's a last minute location change to Oshkosh, Wisconsin's Lake Winnebago. This lake rewards a versatile angler, who is prepared to try a variety of baits, so watch out for Flies, Crankbaits and Slip Bobbers as the anglers vie for the first trophy of the year.
The National Walleye Tour heads to Saginaw Bay at Bay City, Michigan for the second stop of the 2018 season. This area holds the largest population of Walleye in the country so expect most anglers to bag the 5 fish limit. There's plenty of options fishing the river, inner bay or outer bay, so who will get his tactics right and take the trophy?
Find out which pro and co Walleye anglers took home top honours at the second event of the season at Saginaw Bay, Bay City, Michigan. Then we head over to Devils Lake to get started on the last qualifying event the year.
The National Walleye Tour continues with the 2018 Devils Lake, North Dakota event where things may have started off slow but ended up with some superb walleye fishing! Tune in to find out which pro and co anglers go home with the big prizes.
2018 National Walleye Tour Championship time has arrived and we're at the Lake of the Woods, Baudette, Minnesota with the BEST Pro and Co Walleye anglers around. There are 71 pairs on the water for this 3 day event, with the top 10 making the cut after day 2. The lake has an interesting slot allowance, so the anglers are looking for fish between 14" & 19" and are allowed one over 28". It means they have to get their tactics spot on if they want to make the cut.
Find out which anglers came in with the largest weights on Day 2 of the National Walleye Tour Championships. And which of them made the cut to Day 3, giving them the chance to lift the Championship trophy. We'll also find out who will win the coveted title of Angler of the Year.


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