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  • Updated: 07/19/04


    Jamestown, NY-By the slimmest of margins, a scant .69 of a pound, New
    Yorkers Larry Johnson (Corfu) and Jason Lawrence (Binghamton) topped a 36
    team field to win the Cabela's Masters Walleye Circuit tourney held July
    17-18 on New York's Lake Chautauqua at Jamestown.  After weighing a hefty
    first day five fish limit of 17.12 lbs., which put them at the top of the
    leaderboard, they added two more walleye on day two for a 23.88 lb. total
    and the victory.  Their first MWC win, at this Outdoor Channel sponsored
    tournament, earned them $8,500.
    "I thought we blew it.  Good thing we had a good first day.  I'm going to
    pay off my boat with my share of the winnings," explained a relieved and
    happy Johnson.  He continued, "I fish this lake a lot, for fun and
    tournaments, it's my home lake.  This is one of the toughest bites I've ever
    experienced.  We usually troll but the fish weren't having any of that, so
    we switched to jigging the weeds."
    Lawrence said, "We fished two areas, Chaney Point and Smith Boys Marina in
    the southern half of the lake.  The water was seven to nine feet deep and
    you could only see about two feet down.  We cast lightweight jigs, 1/16 to
    1/4 ounce tipped with crawlers parallel to the weedline until the sun was
    fully up.  After that time, we moved into the weeds and vertical jigged the
    pockets.  Chartreuse and green were our best colors.  It's a tough and
    demanding way to fish but it sure paid off."
    Second place finishers, also from New York, were brothers Wade (Bemus Point)
    and Bob Oram (Franklinville) with nine fish weighing 23.19 lbs. worth
    $4,200.  They also jigged the Smith Boys Marina area but used orange and
    gold 1/8-ounce jigs.
    Third place went to the Bradford, PA brother team of John and Mike Maholic.
    Their eight fish weighed in at 20.27 lbs., earning them $2,000.  Like the
    previous teams, they jigged the weeds with crawlers but found success at the
    Shaney's Point area of the lake.
    The top six teams shared the $17,300 cash purse.  An additional $1,350 was
    paid in big fish prize money.  Pennsylvanians Fred Lorenzo (Kane) and Mike
    Pura (Johnsonburg) took day one big fish honors and $675 for their 6.22
    lb.walleye, while Fred Forsythe (Coudersport, PA) and Peter Lewis (Webster,
    NY) collected the same amount the second day with a 5.81 lb. walleye.
    Richard Nagy and Bill Pinskey (Mt. Pleasant, PA) won $1,000 for the highest
    finishing Ranger Boat owner team in the Ranger Cup series.  They finished
    sixth for an additional $600.  Tournament teams donated $540 to the MWC
    Conservation Fund which will be used for fishery related projects in states
    where MWC tournaments are held.
    The Chautauqua County Industrial Development Agency, Chautauqua County
    Visitors Bureau and the Chautauqua County Sports Fishing and Hunting
    Promotions assisted the MWC staff in tournament operations.
    Tournament Statistics
    Number of teams:    36                Number of fish:
    Total cash and prizes:    $19,650            Total weight:
    318.42 lbs.
    Water temp:        70 to 75 degrees        Big fish:
    6.22 lbs.
    Water level:        Normal            Winning pattern:
    Jigging the weeds
    Water clarity:        Two feet            Inside tip:
    Light weight jigs        

    Openings exist in the remaining 2004 MWC tournaments.  Entry fee is $600 per
    team.  Further tournament information can be obtained at
    www.masterswalleyecircuit.com, or by calling the MWC toll-free at

    2004 Cabela's MWC Remaining Schedule
    MWC East
    Linwood, MI, Saginaw Bay August 7-8
    MWC Central
    Walker, MN, Leech Lake September 18-19

    In addition to Cabela's, MWC sponsors include-The Outdoor Channel, Lindy
    Legendary Tackle, Lowrance Electronics, Mercury Marine, North American
    Fishing Club, Ranger Boats, Smithwick Lures, Cotton Cordell, MotorGuide,
    Daiichi Hooks, Panther Marine, Lure Eyes, Xtreme Sports and

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