With such a tight slot limit, anglers must find both big fish as well as those perfect unders to propel themselves to the top of the leaderboard. The bite has been reported to be fair, with fish being caught scattered throughout the system, which will make for an exciting event with potential big changes at the top from day one to day two.
The weather will also throw a curveball into the equation, as rain and storms are predicted for both days, as well as south winds day one switching out of the north for day two. Despite so many variables thrown at the competitors, expect some solid limits of Bay de Noc gold to cross the stage!
The weigh ins will be held at 2:00 pm Central at Ludington Park Harbor in Escanaba, MI. There will also be a live stream of the weigh in available online for those interested to watch from home. The link to the live weigh in can be found on the National Walleye Tour's website at http://www.nationalwalleyetour.com/