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1  General Category / General Discussion / Re: 2017 Kinzua Outdoors Awards Banquet on: February 06, 2017, 03:56:57 PM
cocktails 4:30 - 6:00 pm
Dinner 6:15 - 7:30
awards follow dinner
2  General Category / General Discussion / 2017 Kinzua Outdoors Awards Banquet on: February 02, 2017, 06:28:06 PM
This years awards banquet will be saturday March 4th. It will be held again at the Eagles club in Bradford.

Dinner price is $25.00 dollars, and will include Prime Rib / stuffed chicken breast, appetizers, and dessert, same as last year.

I need to know how many people, and have the money by February 23rd if possible.

To call me - 814-362-1423, stop by credit union to let sue know.

Mailing address:
Tom Means
3389 West Washington St
Bradford, Pa 16701
3  General Category / General Discussion / N.E.W.C. 2017 SCHEDULE on: January 03, 2017, 08:42:27 PM
Pending Permits

April 23 Mosquito Lake
June 25 Kinzua Reservoir
July 29 Lake Erie  North East Pa
September 9-10
4  General Category / General Discussion / Kinzua Outdoors 2017 season dates on: January 03, 2017, 08:39:46 PM
Pending permits!

Walleye
May 7
June 25
September 9-10

Womans Tournament June 24
Take a Vet August 12
Kids August 13
Fall Fest October 8
5  General Category / General Discussion / N.E.W.C.2016 EVENTS on: May 22, 2016, 06:07:37 PM
The N.E.W.C. (New Eastern Walleye Circuit)Lake Erie event scheduled for Saturday July 30 will have a side pot option for teams wanting to qualify for the NTC being held next year on Lake Erie in Lorain.

I will also run a special event on Sunday July 31 for teams wishing to stay and compete. This will be a reduced entry fee which will include a chance to win the side pot for a qualifier to the NTC.

Special rules for this event will be you must fish the event on Saturday to be allowed to participate in this one.

Questions please call Tom Means @ (814) 362-1423 or e-mail me at tgmeans@earthlink.net.
6  General Category / General Discussion / Kinzua Outdoors 2016 events on: May 22, 2016, 06:00:40 PM
Starting with the June event, all the walleye events will have a side pot option to qualify for next years NTC being held on Lake Erie ni Lorain.
7  General Category / General Discussion / Kinzua Outdoors - Cody Frantz Memorial Results on: May 06, 2014, 08:59:02 AM
This past Sunday marked the start of another tournament season for Kinzua Outdoors. Where the traditional opening weekend event seemed traditional, it was actually the start of something wonderful, it was the innaugural Cody Frantz Memorial Walleye Tournament, and it was fantastic.

Depite muddy river and upper lake conditions, dropping water tempatures, terrible weather conditions with high winds, rain, and cold tempature, and a river bite that was extreemely tuff unless you hit the sweet spots, anglers still showed up in force to show their support of this wonderful event.

At the start of the morning teams registering were greated by the Frantz family and given a shirt for participating in the event. When it came time to play the National Anthem we again broke from tradition and had Cody's sister in law sing it for the 45 teams from the dock. While holding back her emotions, she pushed hard to be loud enough to have the boats in the back of the bay be able to hear it in the light breeze,  it was beautiful, she did an amazing job!

Last years Team of the Year Lynn & Nate Smith lead teams out of the bay. One by one teams were signaled to go by Cody's oldest sister who flew in from Florida for this event. After all the teams left the bay in anticipation of catching the elusive eyes Myself and Dick Moore drove up the lake. It was apparent that two strategies where definetly keyed in on during the previous days pre fishing. With numbers of smaller fish in the lake, half the teams chose to stay in the lake, while the other half headed to the river in hopes of cathing a school of migrating eyes coming back down.

In the afternoon as I aproached the weigh ins at the Willows Restaraunt I was quickly amazed to see how many spectators showed up in terrible weather conditions to show their support as well for the event.

Teams started to bring their fish to the scales, and it was quickly obvious that it was definitely a tougher bite for most teams. With the average size of fish down, and many teams not catching a limit, it was going to be interesting to see who had figured it out, it was any body's tournament to win with these tough conditions.

With 45 teams competing only 13 limits were brought to the scale. Who found the right fish, who caught the kicker that would put them over the top of the rest of the teams.

At the end of the day it was the zoo's master anglers who figured out where the right fish was hiding to capture not only the victory, but also become the first winners of the innagural event. Weighing a 5 fish limit to claim the win was DeWayne Cawley and Mark Terwilliger. Their weight was anchored by the huge 5.71 lb monster eye that also won them the big fish pot. The team caught fish all day and slowly upgraded ounce by ounce, and at the end it was enough for the victory.

Top ten teams:
1.  Dewayne Cawley - Mark Terwilliger - 5 fish - 10.86 lb
2.  Ken White - Bruce White                 - 5 fish -   9.50 lb
3.  Randy Smith - Chris Smith                - 5 fish -   8.91 lb
4.  Paul Brenner - Doug Mausser            - 5 fish -   7.86 lb
5.  Matt Cook - James Depto                 - 5 fish -   7.46 lb
6.  Mike Yohe - Gary Massung                 - 5 fish -  6.92 lb
7.  Lynn Smith - Nate Smith                   - 5 fish -  6.87 lb
7.  Chuck Sabatose - Frank Mausser        - 5 fish -  6.87 lb
9.  Don Hicks - Seth Hicks                      - 5 fish -  6.62 lb
10. Brian Minich - Jim Minich                 - 5 fish -  6.47 lb

Big fish:
Dewayne Cawley - Mark Terwilliger - 5.71 pounds

Stats:
45 boats
13 limits
96 fish caught
15 fish harvested
136.04 lbs total weight
9 woman participated
6 youths participated

After the weigh ins there were many raffles that took place.

I would like to thank all the sponsors that helped the family make it possible to honor Cody in such a fantastic way as well as help Kinzua Outdoors to put on this type of an event. This event was great despite mother nature, at the end there was still plenty of food left, and every one was happy.

A special thank you to the Frantz family, each and every one of you, you are an amzing family! Every one worked hard and was comitted to making this a great day and you did, I am positive Cody was watching from above and smiling.

I want to give a "good job" to Brent Raabe. I know it took the whole family to make it happen, but you accomplished an awful lot in a short time, well done (I am going to have to kidnap you for help with the kids tournament).

We at Kinzua Outoors are honored to be allowed to share this special day with every one and have this event named after Cody. He was a special friend to me, and after yesterdays event I hope every one saw how many people he touched while he was here with us. Cody you are sadly missed but not forgotten.

I would also like to thank the Willows Restaurant and Manager Marianne Cole for allowing us the use of the property and putting the heat on in the patio so our participants could stay warm, thank you.

Also like to thank every one who helped with behingd the scenes activities: set up, tear down, organizing, working the weigh ins and food tables. It takes all of us, thank you.

Our next event will be June 22nd. Both of my circuits will be hear and if you like you may fish in both.

Please pre register!!!!!

Thank you every one for a great event,

Tom Means
8  General Category / General Discussion / 2014 N.E.W.C. Schedule on: February 19, 2014, 02:15:02 PM
2014 N.E.W.C. Schedule

February 19, 2014

For immediate release:

Saturday April 26th - Mosquito Lake, Ohio - Presented by Trumbull County Tourism Bureau
Sunday June 22nd - Kinzua Reservoir, Bradford, Pa
Saturday August 16th - Lake Erie, North East Pa (blow day, Sunday)

Two Day Championship
September 13th - 14th - Kinzua Reservoir, Bradford, Pa

The 2014 season is shaping up to be our biggest and best year yet. As always I listen and talk to our anglers, and this past off season is no exception as you will see in the changes made for this year. Bigger payouts, more places paid, & larger fields will be the common scenario at this years events with the "New" Tournament format.


The N.E.W.C. since its inception has been designed to be a stepping stone towards fishing bigger, higher dollar events and circuits. With several grass roots circuits doing well in the Tri State areas, and serving the local anglers well with a grass roots entry fee, and the MWC serving the more advanced teams willing to pay higher entry fee's, the N.E.W.C. has become a in between circuit for those that want to fish a local higher dollar entry fee event, or fish the entire circuit, challenging themselves to learn more, and compete at a higher level.

This years changes to our format has anglers extreemly excited. The chance at higher payouts spread deeper into the field, along with advanced registration being mandatory this year has every one buzzing.

We have strategically picked this years schedule to help the anglers participate in multiple events the same weekend at 3 of the four tournaments, allowing anglers to minimize their traveling throughout the year, and cut down their costs while competing.

- Entry fee for the 2014 events will be $400.00 per event. You must be registered with your entry form submitted 14 days prior to the event, and a minimum of $200.00 Non Refundable deposit. The remaining $ 200.00 can be paid the morning of the event.

- Late entry will be accepted up to the Monday before the event (I must have them in my hand by Monday), but there will be a $ 50.00 late fee applied.

- We will be paying out further down the field. 30 teams pays 6 places, all the way to 50 teams pays 10 places. With 30 or more teams, the last place team receiving winnnings will be at least $ 1,000.00.

- The big fish is included in your entry fee. We will be applying $ 30.00 of entry fee to the big fish purse. With 34 teams entered, big fish will be worth $ 1,020.00.

- Team of year: We will be applying only $20.00 of each entry fee to the T.O.Y purse. With only 20 teams per event, there would be $1,600.00 in the T.O.Y. purse being split  between 1st and 2nd place.

Payouts per event:
20 teams................30 teams.................40 teams.................50 teams
1. $ 2,500.00-----------1. $ 3,000.00------------1. $ 3,500.00-----------1. $ 4,500.00
2. $ 1,300.00-----------2. $ 1,700.00------------2. $ 1,800.00-----------2. $ 2,000.00
3. $ 1,000.00-----------3. $ 1,400.00------------3. $ 1,500.00-----------3. $ 1,500.00
4. $    800.00-----------4. $ 1,300.00------------4. $ 1,400.00-----------4. $ 1,400.00
5. $    800.00-----------5. $ 1,200.00------------5. $ 1,300.00-----------5. $ 1,300.00
b.f. $  600.00-----------6.$ 1,000.00------------6. $ 1,200.00------------6. $ 1,200.00
------------------------b.f. $    900.00-------------7. $1,100.00------------7. $ 1,100.00
 ------------------------------------------------------8. $ 1,000.00------------8. $ 1,000.00
 ----------------------------------------------------b.f. $ 1,200.00------------9. $ 1,000.00
 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------10. $ 1,000.00
 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------b.f. $ 1,500.00

We will also be holding a NTC QUALIFYING side pot event at each tournament

Our website www.neweasternwalleyecircuit will be updated shortly.

Don't wait to register, we will accept entries as of today even without the correct info posted yet.

Any questions please call (814) 362-1423

Looking forward to seeing every one at this years events.

Tom Means
Director
9  General Category / General Discussion / 2014 Kinzua Outdoors Schedule on: February 11, 2014, 12:34:33 PM
The 2014 schedule is complete with all the changes and updates.

I have e-mailed my web guy, and I am sure he will have it up shortly.

I have made changes in the following for this season

Walleye circuit:
Entry fee for first two events is $ 120.00 per event
championship is $250.00 for event, or $125.00 for those only able to fish one day.

Our first event is the Cody Frantz memorial event.

Woman's tournament:
minimum donation $ 50.00 per boat

Take a Vet event:
$10.00 per person in the boat, you may have as many as you like.
This is a 100 percent pay back fun event

Kids Tournament:
We have added 1 more fish category for the kids (7 total)to be able to weigh in (there will be a release tank on site for this event).

Fall Fest:
I have added a optional third big fish category, Pike.


Schedule of events

Walleye circuit:
May 4th
June 22
Sept 13
Sept 14

Woman's tournament:
June 21  Saturday

Take a Vet:
August 9th  Saturday

Kids Tournament:   (please register early if possible)
August 10  Sunday
we will be having the kids optional food donation again this year.

Fall Fest:
October 12


If you have any questions feel free to call me at (814) 362-1423

Tom
10  General Category / General Discussion / Kinzua Outdoors Awards Banquet on: January 15, 2014, 05:20:11 PM
This years banquet will be held Saturday February 8th at the Willows Restaraunt.

Come celebrate last years winners along with some friendly ball bustin looking forward towards this years events.

This will be a sit down dinner with the following choices:

Prime Rib - $ 20.00
Stuffed Chicken Breast - $ 15.00
Baked Haddock - $ 15.00

These prices are all inclusive, meal - tax - tip.
Dinners include salad and dessert

It will be a cash bar.

4:00 - 5:45 Cocktails
6:00 - 7:30 Dinner
7:45 - 8:30 awards
8:45 - ???after dinner cocktails
After party, party at the Corydon till close

I have the Willows handling all of this years reservations to make it easier for every one. You can call or e-mail them your info and pay by credit card, stop out there and take care of it, or if you need to you can drop off at the credit union (don't tell Sue I said so).

When ordering let them know how many in your group, your name, and what dinner choices.

Please get your order and payment in ASAP, and if possible no later than Feb 1st.

Willows - (814) 368-7567
e-mail:  mcole626@gmail.com

Please spread the word and let every one know. They can hold 130 people but will need to close down for us, that is why it is so important to put your order in right away.

Looking forward to seeing every one there again.

Thank you,
Tom Means
11  General Category / General Discussion / newc early bird anouncement on: February 16, 2012, 09:18:27 AM
The N.E.W.C. Walleye circuit will once again be running a Early bird registration promotion again this year.

The details are up on the website www.neweasternwalleyecircuit.com and we will continue to upgrade the incentives as we are able to.

*I have contacterd our web person to fix the dollar amounts listed, appently they didn't want to add the decimal.

The Early entry fee is $200.00 by April 1st.

Thank you,
Tom Means
12  General Category / General Discussion / Kinzua Outdoors Fall Fest: Big Bags Buy Bosser's and Bell's on: October 11, 2011, 08:12:46 AM
This past Sunday Kinzua Outdoors finished off a great season with a record number of teams, a nice crowd of spectators, and beautiful weather, that allowed anglers to enjoy the beautiful scenery of the turning leaves on the mountains that surround the mighty Kinzua Reservoir.

Starting off the weigh ins in a big way was the team of Al Lockwood and John Maholic. They brought in a 5 fish limit of eyes that weighed 10.71 pounds, and included the days biggest walleye of 4.05 pounds.

As the crowed finished cheering for Al and John a few more teams weighed in with smaller bags of Bass and Walleye, until the father / son team of Glenn and Mathew Bosser brought up a big bag of eyes. Anchored by a pair of 3 pounders, their 5 fish weighed in at 12.55 pounds putting them firmly in the lead on the walleye side, but they were not done yet. Holding a bag of Bass was Nicholas Bosser who brought them up to the scale. After weighing them they had another nice weight of 9.77 pounds, temporarily putting them in the lead for the Bass category as well.

Several more teams brought up smaller bags of fish until The Bass legend Jack Bell stepped to the scale. The father / son team didn't disappoint the crowd when they pulled a whopper out of their bag that tipped the scale at 3.89 pounds and was good enough for the big Bass of the day and a total weight that put them firmly in the lead of 13.81 pounds.

Setting the bar very high, we had a couple more teams that were ready to challenge the lead for the bass category.

Stepping to the scales were Harry Whitemore and Jeff Baur with a big basket of bass. While every one was wondering if they had enough to over take the Bell's, they pulled their big bass out and put it on the scale weighing 3.21 pounds, and a total weight of 13.20 pounds, just missing taking over the lead, but received a large cheer from the crowed.

After seeing that big bag of Bass father / son team of Ron Terwilliger and John David Terwilliger brought another big bag of Bass to the scale. With the crowd cheering them on John placed the big Bass on the scale. When the scale settled it weighed 3.24 pounds, and a total weight of 13.02 pounds.

Several more teams brought their fish to the scale. With the Bass side firmly wrapped up, their was still a question if any one else could top the walleye weight, or at least fight it out for second place. With the remaining teams left to weigh in, there were two that every one was still waiting to see.

Up next was Darrin Pound with legendary Bob (silver buddy)Tingley. Bob is known for bringing in the big eyes for this event every year, but this year the team had their 5 nice fish, but were missing their kicker. When the scale settled they had 10.04 pounds. On most tourney days this would be enough for the win, but today it would put them in 3rd.

With all the other teams weighed in, Jerry Kelley brought up the last limit of eyes for the day. When the scale settled the team of Tom Means and Jerry Kelly weighed 5 eyes for 9.37 pounds, also missing the nice kicker.

Top 5 Bass:
1. Jack Bell Sr. - Jack Bell Jr. - 5 Bass 13.81 pounds
2. Harry Whitemore - Jeff Baur - 5 Bass 13.20 pounds
3. Ron Terwilliger - John David Terwilliger 5 Bass 13.02 pounds
4. Glenn Bosser - Mathew Bosser - 5 Bass 9.77 pounds
5. John Petruzzi - Joe Nuzzo - 3 Bass 5.56 pounds
Big Bass: Jack Bell Sr. - Jack Bell Jr. - 3.89 pounds

Top 5 Walleye:
1. Glenn Bosser - Mathew Bosser - 5 walleye - 12.55 pounds
2. Al Lockwood - John Maholic - 5 walleye - 10.71 pounds
3. Bob Tingley - Darrin Pound - 5 walleye - 10.04 pounds
4. Tom Means - Jerry Kelley - 5 walleye - 9.37 pounds
5. Mike Maholic - Brock Haven - 5 Walleye - 6.93 pounds
Big Walleye: Al Lockwood - John Maholic - 4.05 pounds

I would like to thank all the teams this year for participating and making this our best year yet.

I would like to thank our following 2011 season sponsors:

Title sponsor: Bradford Fraternal Order of Eagles # 2432
Beverage Sponsor: Crescent Beer
Plaque Sponsor: Fairway Ford
Host Site: Corydon Hotel
Dick Moore, Case Cutlery, Hook - Line - Sinker, Grizzly Gary, Allegheny Site Management, Bradford Beverage, Off Shore Tackle, Reef Runner, Sportsman Outlet.

All the sponsors of our Kids, Vets, and Women's events.

Special thank you to:
Sue Wilcox, Assistant Director
Carol Marcus for organizing all the food.
Lindsey Shine Score Keeper / assistant organizer
Chip and Betsy
Jim and Barb Wilcox
All the woman for the food donations, guys for helping with set up / tear down, chicken cookers, etc.

Thank you to every one I haven't mentioned!!!!!!!!!!!!

We are planning this years 2ND Annual awards Banquet to be the 1st Saturday in February, February 4Th. Last years first event was a standing room only, so please start letting me know who is planning on coming.

We will announce more details later as far as how much, where, etc.

Also we plan on making this one of our fund raisers, we will be doing multiple 50/50, prize raffles, and possibly some auctions. There will also be nice door prizes. Plan on being there.

Thank you all for a great season, stay safe!

Tom Means
13  General Category / General Discussion / Kinzua Outdoors Fall Fest Bass & Walleye Tournament on: October 06, 2011, 03:03:09 PM
Kinzua Outdoors will be running their Annual Fall Fest Bass & Walleye tournament this Sunday October 9th out of Willow Bay.

Teams are eligible to win both categories.

Tournament hours are from 7:30 - 3:30. We will be at willow bay starting at 6:45 to sign up teams for the last event of the season.

Come join us for this great event, or come watch the weigh ins at the Corydon Volunteer Fire Department. Weigh ins start at 3:45, with refreshments available.

For more info call Tom Means at (814) 3692-1423
14  General Category / General Discussion / Sabatose - Pendleton : walleye recking machines on: September 14, 2011, 10:56:51 AM
 Sabatose - Pendleton : walleye recking machines
This past weekend both the Kinzua Outdoors and the N.E.W.C. held their Walleye Championships on the Kinzua Reservoir. Fishing this time of year during the transition bite is usually tuff and challenging for most teams, you need to constantly be changing presentations and locations during each day to retarget fish and trigger their strikes. This past weekend was no different, with teams having great pre fishing for both numbers of fish, and big fish, but come tourney days, it was quite a different story for most.

The team of Chuck Sabatose and John Pendleton (S & P) was one team that really stayed aggressive and keyed in on the little details. Leaving there best spot on Saturday after cathing 27 keepers (and they were still biting) to allow another team to pull their limit was a class act that might have cost them a 1st place finish that day, finishing .02 pounds behind DeWayne Cawley and Mark Terwilliger who took top honors that day with a weight of 8.56 pounds. Speaking with Chuck and John that evening they were confident they had things figured out, but would the fish stay put, or would they need to find other winning fish.

Sunday afternoon teams started arriving to the weigh in, and it was becoming apparent that it was again another tuff day on the water, but rumors of some big baskets were filtering through the crowd. We had a tight grop of great anglers on top from the day before, and two different battles for team of the year in each circuit was also taking place. The interesting part about this battle is there was one team that was involved in both battles, Sabatose and Pendleton.

Sabatose and Pendleton were trailing Hind and Hind (Pound) by 26 points in the Kinzua Outdoors T.O.Y. race, and in the N.E.W.C. circuit they were trailing the Greczyns. The N.E.W.C. event was a two day combined weight total event, and several things needed to happen to give Sabatose and Pendleton (S & P) a chance to win. If the Greczyns caught no fish S & P could finish in second place and win by two points. If the greczyns caught 4 fish S& P could still take T.O.Y. honors with a second place and big fish.Give the Greczyns a 10 place fish and S & P would need to winn the event with the same other math involved.

As it turned out therE were enough teams to allow for a gap in finishes, and the Greczyns only weighed 1 fish the first day, leaving a glimmer of hope for S & P. This excitement made for a great event, and the entire crowd were standing on their feet closely watching the weigh ins.

On Saturday teams that finished in the top ten were:
1. D. Cawley - M. Terwiliger 5 fish 8.56 pounds
2. C. Sabatose - J. Pendleton 5 fish 8.54 pounds
3. K. Hind - D. Pound 5 fish 8.42 pounds
4. M. Maholic - B. Haven 5 fish 8.24 pounds
5. L. Johnson - J. Lawrence 5 fish 7.64 pounds
6. D. Yohe - R. Rhoades 5 fish 7.24 pounds
7. L. - N. Smith 5 fish 7.00 pounds
8. F - D Mausser 5 fish 6.98 pounds
9. R - M Kemick 5 fish 6.71 pounds
10. R. Fike - R. Rieger 4 fish 6.24 pounds
Big Fish - Fike - Rieger - 2.51 pounds

There was 10 limits weighed, and 7 fish over 2 pounds.

On Sunday after several teams had weighed in, we finally had the team of Hind and Pound pull up to the stage. Rumors of a big fish and a big basket for this team would finally be answered when they pulled a 3.99 pound beauty from their live well, and 4 more eyes that totaled 10.93 pounds. With only a handfull of teams left to weigh in it looked as if they would take top honors for that day, big fish , and T.O.Y.

Every one was asking about S & P, where were they, what did they have. One team let us know they actually confirmed that S & P came in a little early, only to find out they needed to change a trailor tire, and fix their brakes.

Finally we were down to the last three teams to weigh in with S & P up first. Riding in the back of the boat while being pulled up to the stage sat a smiling Chuck Sabatose. I said he needed a huge basket, and he needed a 4 pounder for big fish, he kept smiling. As the crowed silenced and crowded the caution tape line to get a glimpse of what Chuck was about to pull out of his live well, I told him to pull out his big fish. Chuck place a large Eye in the basket, and I asked if it was his biggest one, he replied I think so but I am not sure, so one at a time he started to pull large eyes out of the Live well. After the third fish was pulled out the crowd was going crazy cheering him on knowing they were in a tight race.

Would it be enough to over take Hind - Pound, how about the Greczyns who weighed in 5 fish this day, and 6 for two days.

As the scale settled their big fish weighed 3.78 pounds, just missing the big fish mark. As we place all 5 fish on the scale, it weighed a whopping 13.67 pounds, and the crowed errupted cheering them on, not only for the great basket, but every one knew how hard Chuck had worked at this for this event.

One more team weighed in, then the last team came in. After all the excitement what could be left.

The team of Frank & Doug Mausser pulled up to the stage smiling, but they only had 2 fish. When they pulled the second fish from the live well, the crowd errupted again. After weighing the fish, it tipped the scales at 5.02 pounds, enough to take Big fish honors for the day.

On Sunday teams that finished in the Top 10:
1. C. Sabatose - J. Pendleton 5 fish 13.67 pounds
2. K. Hind - D. Pound 5 fish 10.93 ponds
3. M. Maholic - B. Haven 5 fish 8.66 pounds
4. L. - N. Smith 5 fish 8.30 pounds
5. D. Cawley - M. Terwilliger 5 fish 8.00 pounds
6. R. & M. Kemick 5 fish 7.54 pounds
7. S. Hotteling - M. Smith 5 fish 6.52 pounds
8. B. & L. Greczyn 5 fish 6.36 pounds
9. M. Alviti - P. Ambrose 4 fish 6.28 pounds
10. F. & D. Mausser 2 fish 6.25 pounds
Big Fish - Maussers - 5.02 pounds

There was 10 limits caught, and 13 fish over two pounds, and 4 over3 pounds weighed.

Top 5 overall:
Champion: Chuck Sabatose - John Pendleton - 10 fish - 22.21 pounds
Runner up: Kevin Hind - Darrin Pound - 10 fish - 19.35 pounds
3. Mike Maholic - Brock Haven - 10 fish - 16.90 pounds
4. DeWayne Cawley - Mark Terwilliger - 10 fish - 16.56 pounds
5. Lynn & Nate Smith - 10 fish - 15.30 pounds

Kinzua Outdoors year end:

T.O.Y. Kevin Hind - Phil Hind - Darrin Pound - 847 points
Runner up Chuck Sabatose - John Pendleton - 831 points
3. Dewayne Cawley - Mark Terwilliger - 732 points
4. Mike Maholic - Brock Haven - 716 points
5. Bill & Linda Greczyn - 703 POINTS
6. Rob & Mike Kemick - 702 POINTS
7. Frank & Doug Mausser - 694 points
8. Richard Fike - Ryan Rieger - 693 points
9. Lynn & Nate Smith - 681 points
10. Rob & Bob Yohe - 670 points

N.E.W.C.
Team of Year: Chuck Sabatose - John Pendleton - 873 points
Runner up : Bill & Linda Greczyn - 867 points

This years Championships had a great turn out with both teams and spectators, food and beverages and Chicken BBQ.

Special Thank you to Bradford Eagles Club - Title Sponsor

Fairway ford, Crescent Beer, Case Cutlery, Northern Tier, Bradford Beverage, Allegany Site Management.

Very special Thank you to: Corydon Hotel, Chip & Betsy, Carol & Steve Marcus, Sue, Jim, Barb Wilcox, Lindsey Shine, Maria Blume, Brandi Franco, all the food donations and helpers I forgot.

Chicken BBQ Workers: Rob Yohe, Neal Tambash, Neal Vinca, "Cooker - Dave Lechiarra"

Our last event is Sunday October 9th. This is our Annual fall fest, and will be run out of the Corydon Fire hall.

I would love to see a great turn out for this event, this is our season ending fun event / party, and it shows me how every one appreciates what we do all year. Show us how well we are doing by participating in this final event.

For more details e-mail me at tgmeans@earthlink.net or call me at (814) 362-1423. Entry forms are available on our website www.Kinzua-Outdoors.com

Thank you and congradulations to all,
Tom Means
15  General Category / General Discussion / kinzua Outdoors hosts walleye Championships on: September 06, 2011, 01:55:38 PM
Kinzua Outdoors - Bradford Eagles Club hosts walleye Championships

This Saturday and Sunday September 10 - 11, Kinzua Outdoors - Bradford Eagles Club will be holding the 9th Annual Fairway Ford, Crescent Beer, Case Cutlery Walleye Championship on the Kinzua Reservoir.

Teams will be able to register for each day from 6:00 - 6:45 at Willow Bay. Entry fee is $110.00 per day, with each day paying out the top 5 and big fish.

Kinzua Outdoors will also be hosting the N.E.W.C. Walleye Championships at the same time. Teams wishing to compete in this event are encouraged to do so, and may register on Saturday morning as well. Entry fee for the N.E.W.C. Championship is $ 380.00, with pay outs each day including big fish, and overall prize money. The N.E.W.C. has over $2,400.00 added prize money being added to the overall awards.

You can download entry forms from www.Kinzua-Outdoors.com or from www.neweasternwalleyecircuit.com .

For more information contact Tournament Director - Tom Means at (814) 362-1423
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