How It Works

BWC is strictly teams only and catch and release. All anglers launch from Menominee Park out of Oshkosh, WI at 7:00am. Teams are required to record their catches via the FishDonkey app eliminating weigh-ins and providing fast up to date results. There is a big fish prize for every event along with other prizes from local businesses. Anglers that fish all 4 events earn end of the year points towards more money and prizes! 

Events fill up fast as we only allow 65 teams to compete per event. Did you miss the cutoff? Sign up below to ensure that you get notified as soon as registration is open!

event 3 | June 26th, 2022

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event 2 | June 5th, 2022

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event 1 | may 8th, 2022

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event 4 | July 17th, 2022

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Ready to sign up?! All signups are done through the easy to use FishDonkey app. Follow the instructions below. Confused, or have questions feel free to contact us here.

how to Register

1) Download the fishdonkey app

Download here

2) create an account

4) Search "Bago Walleye Club"

5) click the event you want to fish

6) click "Join now"

3) click "fish in a tournament"

FAQ

What is the entry fee?

The entry fee is $175 per team and includes big fish pot and tournament app fees. There is an additional $20 membership fee, per person, to be paid at the pre-tournament meeting or the morning of the tournament. Alternates are allowed and are $20 per alternate. 

Is the tournament entry fee per angler or per boat?

The entry fee is per boat.

How do I sign up my partner?

Log into the FishDonkey app with the angler's account who has signed up for the tournament. Then head on over to the tournaments entry info under First Name enter the full name of angler 1 and under Last Name enter the full name of the co-angler. 

Is there a formal launch?

Yes, all anglers launch from Menominee Park in Oshkosh, WI at 7:00 am.

Do I get to choose my co-angler?

Yes, you are responsible for choosing and signing up your co-angler.

How do you measure a fish with the FishDonkey app?

Watch this video on how to measure a fish with the FishDonkey app