There were some huge fish caught at the Kenora Walleye Open over the weekend. Mike Davey and Josh Haisell topped the leaderboard, after landing a nine-pounder Sunday.

The pair also led after the first day, when they landed a 7.8 lb walleye.

In all, there were 130 teams entered in this year's tournament, hosted at Tall Pines.

Top 4 teams:

1  12.97 14.91 27.88 Mike Davey Josh Haisell

2  14.78 12.64 27.42 John Butts Susan Butts

3  13.08 14.29 27.37 Paul Janzen Justin Hebert

4 14.07 12.47 26.54 Jay SamsalScott Dingwall

In 2017, the team of Anthony Paoni and Dean McCammon edged out the competition to claim the $32,000 top prize. 

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