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Tommy Kemos of Oconomowoc bested Michigan pro Mark Martin by about three pounds to place first in the AIM Pro Walleye Series season-opening tournament in Winneconne on Friday evening. The win netted Kemos $30,000.

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In addition, the JJ Keller Foundation, represented by James Keller of the ‘The Reel Shot’ Fishing team, stepped up and returned $2,500 to the Winneconne community in the form of a check to the local Kiwanis Club.

AIM is the only professional walleye event to promote the area and professional angling locally by offering a significant return to the community.

For more about the AIM Pro Walleye Series, visit their site.

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