Tournament Recap & Stats

It was an amazing tournament. We encountered a perfect storm–three and a half days of hot, stable weather preceded, giving way to scattered storms the night before which lasted through mid afternoon of the tournament. Success rates were very high! So here’s a more detailed version of the tournament standings and the stats that I think are interesting.

Final Standings

  • Nick Starr/Daland Sheahan 176.75″ (Stevens Point)
  • Nate Koss/Matt Legrand 79″ (Mosinee)
  • Rick Koepke/Curt Suchocki 46.5″ (DuBay)
  • Mark Dillow/Matt McNelly 43.75″ (DuBay)
  • Tim Kennedy/Tim Comeau 40.25″ (DuBay)
  • Brian Bremer/Katie Bremer 37.5″ (Wausau/Rib)
  • Nick Von Gneckten/Randy Petterson 36.5″ (Wausau/Rib)
  • Mike Orlikowski/John Bentley 31″ (Mosinee)
  • Branden Ahrens/Ryker Ahrens 30″ (Stevens Point)
  • 7 remaining teams tied with 0″
  • Big Musky: Rick Koepke 46.5″
  • Big Pike: Bob Dana 32.75″

Boat Success Rate 9/16 = 56.25%

  • Mosinee Flowage 2/2 = 100%
  • Stevens Point Flowage 2/3 = 66.67%
  • Lake DuBay 3/5 = 60%
  • Lake Wausau/Rib River 2/6 = 33%

Individual Angler Success Rate 11/32 = 34.38%

14 total muskies/320 hours fished = 22.86 hours per musky

  • Stevens Point Flowage 10hrs/musky
  • Mosinee Flowage 13hrs/musky
  • Lake DuBay 33.33hrs/musky
  • Lake Wausau/Rib River 60hrs/musky

521.25 total inches/14 muskies = 37.39″ average musky length

  • Lake DuBay 43.5″ avrg
  • Lake Wausau/Rib River 37″ avrg
  • Mosinee Flowage 36.67″ avrg
  • Stevens Point Flowage 34.46″ avrg

2 Year Averages (2018 & 2019 combined)

  • 28.24 hours per musky
  • Boat Success Rate 45.83%
  • Angler Success Rate 29.16%
  • 38.56″ average musky length
  • 76.47% 35″+
  • 41.18% 40″+
  • 11.76% 45″+
  • 33.33% bucktails
  • 26.67% crankbaits
  • 20% rubber
  • 13.33% jerkbaits
  • 6.67% gliders
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