Wisconsin Meeting: American Legion Greendale Post 416 | 6351 W. Grange Ave. | Greendale, WI 53129
Date: Wednesday, January 14, 2015
Speaker: Korey Sprengel
Topic: Winning Walleye Tactics

One of the hottest young guns on the walleye tournament circuit is scheduled to speak at our Wisconsin meeting in January, Korey Sprengel. The Cabela’s 2014 NWT Winnebago WI and 2014 MWC Devils Lake ND Champion Korey Sprengel will be opening up on his “Winning Walleye Tactics.”

Korey originates from Fox Lake WI and has two 2013 NWT tourney wins at Redwing MN and Green Bay WI before his Winnebago WI Championship victory. Adding to his resume is his 2014 MWC Tour Team Championship just a couple of weeks after the NWT win. He also has an August 2012 FLW Bays de Noc win. Korey has at least 7 major victories in the last two years and just seems unstoppable.

Please join us in welcoming Korey as he shares his touring walleye wisdom with our membership.

Illinois Meeting: Gurnee American Legion | 749 Milwaukee Ave. | Gurnee, IL 60031
Date: Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Speaker: Jim Shell
Topic: Structure Fishing

Jim Shell is a structure fishing enthusiast with his own local television show dedicated to teaching about structure fishing. Jim speaks at numerous sport show, seminars, etc. including the Chicagoland Fishing Travel and Outdoor Expo. and at select Cabela’s locations.

His emphasis is to teach how to consistently catch more and bigger fish. Jim uses many of the techniques and guidelines established by “Buck Perry” but this is not a spoon plugging or bass seminar.
This presentation is all about understanding the structure to be more effective around it for any species of fish

Meeting Sites:

Wisconsin Meetings
2nd Wednesday of each month
American Legion Greendale Post 416
6351 W. Grange Avenue
Greendale, WI 53129 - Directions

Illinois Meetings
Last Wednesday of each month
Gurnee American Legion
749 Milwaukee Ave.
Gurnee, IL 60031 - Directions

Contact Us:

Walleyes Unlimited USA
P. O. Box 8817
Waukegan, IL 60079


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