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  • Updated: 06/24/03

  • Perry Good Nets PWT Win # 4 Adds $64,000 to Bank Account

        Bay City, Wisconsin....Perry Good made In-Fisherman Professional Walleye
    Trail (PWT) win number four look easy.  He fished against the world¹s best
    pro walleye anglers on the Mississippi River and Lake Pepin to record his
    fourth tour victory.

        The Trilene/Mercury Central Pro-Am, with headquarters in Bay City, Wis.,
    saw Good take a commanding lead on day two with the Gander Mountain
    Heavyweight catch, 34.57 pounds.  He added another 16 pounds on the final
    day for a $64,000 win.   His prize package included a Lund/Mercury walleye
    boat.  His total weight of 70.23 pounds was 15 better than second place pro
    Bill Ortiz, Dodgeville, Wis. who won $20,000.  Third paid $13,000 to pro
    Todd Riley, Amery, Wis. with 54.22 pounds.  Riley took over the Angler of
    the Year points standings.

        Fourth and fifth place pros won $11,000 and $10,000 respectively for
    Brad Davis, Jackson, Wis. and Scott Fairbairn, Hager City, Wis.  The top
    amateur, Luke Stout, Ashland, Wis., trailered home a new 17-foot Lund boat
    powered with a Mercury outboard on an Eagle trailer, valued at $15,000.  The
    top 40 pros and amateurs won cash and/or merchandise prizes totaling
    approximately $300,000.

        Good¹s technique proved that walleye anglers fish where the fish live
    and eat.  He Lindy-rigged No-Snagg sinkers with a two-foot leader and
    leeches over a rock hump that was from two to three feet underwater.  He
    only traveled about two miles from the Bay City Park PWT headquarters for
    his fish.  The rock hump was about 40 yards across, and he moved along the
    edges and over the top.  This win gives Good 22 top 10-place finishes and
    total PWT earnings of $322,000.  He is one of only two anglers to have
    fished every PWT Championship, and this win automatically qualifies him for
    the 2003 Mercury Championship in Houghton, Mich.

        Many anglers trolled crankbaits over the flats, where they targeted
    suspended walleyes.  Others ran leadcore with cranks to force-feed walleyes
    on the bottom.  Parsons was one of the few jiggers.  He ran a steep break
    from 12 to 35 feet, hovering over the edge with his MinnKota bow mount
    trolling motor.  He swept and dropped 1/2 ounce jigs with shiners in a
    ³jig-trolling tactic.²   His partner ran 3-way rigs baited with willow cat

        Every PWT tournament teaches new tactics and reminds walleye fans about
    some favorites they may have neglected.  A big crowd greeted anglers as they
    crossed the colorful PWT stage during the weigh-in ceremonies.

        Special awards went to Good ($500) for the Gander Mountain Heavyweight
    award and his amateur partner Luke Stout, who won $300.  Good and Stout also
    split $1,000 for their day two big fish, 8.18 pounds.  Parsons and day one
    amateur Dave Klamfoth, Waverly, Iowa, also split the big fish $1,000 honors.
    On the final day, pro Kim Papineau, Escanaba, Mich. and amateur Tom Stuart,
    Dallas, Wis. split the Miller High Life big fish of the tournament award,
    $3,000, for their  9.16-pounder.  Pro Jon Thelen, Crystal, Minn., won the
    $1,000 Coleman Cool Under Pressure award for advancing 84 places.  Amateur
    winner Stout won $600 for advancing 78 places.

        The top Dee Zee West Division pro is Ross Grothe, Northfield, Minn.  The
    races in the divisions and among the 6-time touring pro anglers are very
    close, as the PWT packs up and heads to the eastern basin of Lake Erie for a
    date with monster walleyes July 9-11, in Dunkirk, NY, where openings still
    remain for amateurs.  To enter, call PWT at 218-829-0620, or go to the PWT
    web site at www.professionalwalleyetrail.com.  The site also posts pro and
    amateur scores as soon as the anglers cross the stage.  Go to the site, then
    click on the Mercury Real-Time scoreboard.  Stories and photos are also

        The Bay City tournament will be aired on TNN Aug. 3 at 8:30 a.m., with
    previews and reviews also on TNN July 27 and Aug. 10.  This TV show, news on
    In-Fisherman radio and in the Walleye In-Sider magazine and throughout the
    walleye world draws attention to Bay City, pool # 4 of the Mississippi
    River, and the great fishery resources found in this mighty river system.  A
    special PWT Key Award went to Bay City village clerk Kay Beder for chairing
    the local tournament committee.

        The PWT is an integral element of the In-Fisherman Communications
    Network headquartered in Brainerd, Minnesota, and PRIMEDIA, America's
    leading producer of targeted media. PWT sponsors include: Mercury Marine,
    Lund, Berkley Gulp!, Trilene, PowerBait, Realtree, Miller High-Life, Nissan,
    Frenzy, Lowrance, MinnKota, Optima Batteries, Gander Mountain, Blue Fox,
    Northland Fishing Tackle, Lindy Legendary Fishing Tackle, Coleman, Storm,
    Yamaha ATV, Eagle Trailers, Raymarine, Rapala, Matzuo, Pflueger, Ram rod
    holders, Drift Control, DeeZee, Cotton Cordell, Seal Skinz, Aqua-Vu, IMCO,
    Plano, KeepAlive, Stowmaster.net, Quantum Performance Tuned rods & reels,
    and the Village of Bay City, 715-594-3168

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