The Duluth duo of Bill Lounsberry and Jim Busker topped a group of 300 anglers to win the walleye title at the 24th annual Kolar Toyota ALS Fishing Tournament on Saturday on Island Lake.
The tournament has raised more than $3 million to fight amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, commonly known as Lou Gehrig's disease, and anglers took advantage of a calm, sunny day on the water.
Lounsberry and Busker's six walleyes weighed in at 10.43 pounds.
Steve and Wayne Reynolds of Duluth were second with six fish at 8.7 pounds, while Jason Schrup (Hawley, Minn.) and Josh Fankhanel (Vergas, Minn.) had the day's biggest walleye, tipping the scales at 2.27 pounds.
Mike Lebsack and Chad Mehlum of Duluth won the bass category, with five fish weighing 16.45 pounds and the biggest fish of the day at 4.17 pounds.
The tournament was hosted by former Minnesota Twins catcher Terry Steinbach and Minnesota Duluth hockey legend Jim Johnson.