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Tommy Skarlis Featured On Cover Of North American Fisherman

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Navionics pro, Tommy Skarlis was featured on the cover and within the pages of North American Fisherman's October Digital issue. Please check it out!

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End Of Day Two: Top 20 Cut

The 2012 FLW Walleye Tour Championship has been one of the most interesting events the W4O crew has participated in. The weather was par for the course, and the fish didn’t cooperate for most of the field. The temperature never creased 50 degrees and the river turned cloudy making it extremely difficult to find a workable pattern.

Yamaha pro, Ross Grothe finished in 25th place with one fish for 2-11 and Navionics pro, Tommy Skarlis finished 41st without catching a fish. “It was frustrating to end the season this way, but I still consider it a blessing to even be here. These guys are the best in the world and they will find the fish, and Prezekurat proved that with an awesome bag today!”

Jimmy Bell managed to catch one fish today for a two-day total of 4-08, which surprisingly was just enough to put him through the first cut and hold down 17th place. “I was very surprised and knowing that I get to fish one more day is awesome news! But with two fish of that size making it work for me only indicates the difficulty of the fishing right now. I’m very excited to have one more chance!”

Takeoff will be at 7:30 at Centennial Park in downtown Davenport. Watch for morning videos and photos as usual!

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Day Two Take Off

The morning started with lots of hot coffee to counteract the crisp 31 degrees that greeted the full field this morning. Without apology, the weather has been the primary factor that affects every decision made throughout the series this year—today, again, is no exception.

Grothe, Skarlis and Bell are still planning on a 2½-hour run north, which is where the largest amount of heavy fish are staging. With the loss of five hours of fishing time, this is a major gamble with the chance of a huge pay off. With this tournament not producing a lot of fish and with the onset of the first day post-front, its fair to expect that the fishing will continue to be tough. Today is cut day for the top 20 and it might only take one bite to make that cut.

Like it was said yesterday, someone will find the right fish, but one big fish could completely redirect this entire event. Weigh-In this afternoon will take place at the River Center in downtown Davenport beginning at 4 PM. Be sure to check in this evening for more videos and photos as Jimmy Bell, Tommy Skarlis and Ross Grothe talk about how the day went.

Day One: Wet And In The Books

Goose egg for Skarlis, but its still anybody's game.

To put it simply, things got ugly today. The weather hit as expected, but all of the 42 anglers would agree it hit fast and really put a shock on the system. It dropped over 20 degrees in a couple hours and the bite for nearly everybody was exceptionally slow. A few guys found a few fish, but nothing caught fairly represents the quality of this fishery. Tomorrow is another day.

Grothe is holding down 19th.

Thirteen boats were unable to catch a legal fish, but first place is just over eight pounds, which is not surprising. This is anyone’s game at this point, including the guys who blanked today. The fishing will likely only get tougher as temperatures will hover around the freezing point tonight and into tomorrow morning. The weather tomorrow looks much better, but colder so the fish will be holding tight to the structure.

Jimmy Bell sits in 27th place after day one.

Unfortunately, Skarlis didn’t catch a keeper today. However, as a river rat, don’t count him out of this just yet. Bell is sharing a three-way tie for 27th place with one fish weighing just over 1-pound and Grothe is in 19th place after weighing one fish for 2-11. These guys are in this still, lots of fishing to be had yet.

Takeoff will be at 7:30 at Centennial Park in downtown Davenport. Watch for morning videos and photos as usual!

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