It was a triumphant weekend sixteen years in the making for father and son duo Gaetan and Steve Dorval as they claimed the top spot in this year's Kap River Walleye Tournament. “We've been doing this for 16 years,” Steve Dorval said. “It took us a long time to get the win, and it might take us an even longer time to do it again.”Together the pair had a combined pound total of 22.28, with 13.25 of that being from the tournament's first day, and 9.03 from the second.
Kapuskasing's annual summer time fishing spectacle, the Kap River Walleye Tournament (KRWT), saw new records forged, as the tournament witnessed immense participation over the Aug. 11 weekend. “Things went very well,” said event organizer Gilles Aubertin. “It was a record year, record attendance, we had 116 boats registered.”A registration number that was an increase of nine from last year's 107, which also broke records.
The Kap River Walleye Tournament fast approaches with the tournament beginning on Aug.11 and going to the 13, and registration numbers have left organizers thrilled. “Registration has been amazing, it's almost ridiculous,” said organizer Michel Dubusq. “We have 114 boats registered so far.”He said that in years previous the tournament was capped at 100 boats, but they decided this year to see how high the numbers will climb.
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