Sandors take MWC

According to the Walleye Central’s Live Leaderboard, Adam Sandor of Tonica and Steve Sandor of Ottawa moved up from second to win the 23rd MWC tournament out of Spring Valley.

They added a five-fish limit weighing 15.55 on Day 2 for a 27.6 winning weight.

Steve Skupien of Lockport and Dave Kleszyk of Oakbrook Terrace took second with 25.54.

Third was the Wisconsin team of Roy Vivian and Scott Pirnstill with 23.15.

Wonder if Vivian will now consider me good luck. I prefished with him on Monday. This was that day’s best fish.

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Some 20 teams managed five-fish limits, despite the wintry conditions at takeoff.

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