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The Stevens Point, Wisconsin native, Jay Przekurat, has seen a variety of different fisheries and learned how to be a versatile angler, something he proved during fierce competition in the Bassmaster Opens Series. In 2022, he became the youngest Bassmaster Elite Series winner. He also set a B.A.S.S. record with a four-day total of 102 lbs, 9 oz in smallmouth bass: making him the youngest to join the Century Club. With 632 AOY Points, Jay became Falcon Rods Bassmaster Rookie of the Year. He also had first-place in the 2020 Bassmaster Eastern Open and a first-place finish in the 2019 Bassmaster Central Open. Follow Jay onInstagram.
Gary Parsons, of Glidden, WI, is a professional walleye fisherman, specializing in tournament fishing and walleye fishing promotions. Gary is a “Legendary Angler” inductee into the National Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame.
As a professional walleye tournament angler, Chase has made an impressive imprint on the fishing industry throughout his career.
9 time NWT Championship Qualifier
FLW Lake Oahe Champion
PWT Rookie of the Year
Top 15 finishes on NWT, PWT, AIM, FLW Tours
Korey is a full time professional walleye fisherman from Beaver Dam, WI. Korey has been fishing competitive walleye events since 2008 and has accumulated an unprecedented amount of titles along the way.
2 Angler of the Year Titles
5 Time National Walleye Tour Champ
NWT 2020 AOY
National Team Championship Winner
World Walleye Championship Winner
Jason Przekurat grew up fishing the Wisconsin River at a very young age. The Stevens Point, Wisconsin angler started his tournament career in 1995, taking it upon himself to become a student of the game, looking at every day on the water as a learning experience, and always believing he could become better. He won the MWC (World Walleye Championship) on the Mississippi River in 2000. His dream of becoming a full-time professional walleye fisherman became a reality when he won the FLW Walleye Tour event in Red Wing, Minnesota in 2007. The Whitewater Pro is a two-time winner of the prestigious FLW Walleye Tour Angler of the Year Award, earning the title in 2003 and again in 2007, along with the Ranger Cup Award. His next major title came in 2016, when he won the prestigious National Walleye Tour (NWT) Championship on Lake Oahe in Mobridge, South Dakota, and in 2020 when he won the National Walleye Tour Championship again, becoming the first angler win the NWT Championship twice. Follow Jason on Instagram.
Self-motivated full-time angler, Matt Schiefelbein of Marseilles, Illinois, has been fishing bass and walleye tournaments for as long as he can remember. The Whitewater Pro competes in the full National Walleye Tour (NWT), as well as on the AIM Pro Walleye Series and Masters Walleye Circuit (MWC). “Fishing has always been a huge part of my life and to make a career out of it has been my goal for a long time,” he says. So far in his career he has ten top-ten finishes, six top-20 finishes, and finished ninth in overall points on the 2021 Bassmaster Opens Series as a co angler. Follow Matt on Instagram.
Tommy developed his passion for fishing growing up on the shores of Pewaukee Lake. He quickly became known as one of the best walleye anglers on the planet. Tommy specifically enjoys research and development with fishing companies, with the end goal of fellow anglers enjoying more success on the water.
Jim Schiefelbein started fishing seriously in 1994 when he became a guide on the Illinois River and launched his tournament career shortly thereafter. Between guide trips and tournament winnings, fishing became his primary source of income. Schiefelbein spent nearly 20 years away from professional fishing in the early 2000s when his time and energies turned growing a new business, but returned to professional angling in 2019, when he finished 2nd in the MWC Team of the Year race and cashing checks at five out of the six events he entered, including a win at the 2019 MWC Detroit River. Most recently, Schiefelbein finished 20th overall in the NWT Angler of the Year points race.