Kolar Toyota ALS Fishing Tournament

June 4 - 5, 2021
Northern Minnesota

Registration is required for this event. There are two divisions this year: Participation on Island Lake, Duluth, Minnesota or a Virtual Tournament on any lake in North America. The tournament formats and rules may be subject to change depending on local, state and federal guidelines.

Island Lake Tournament

  • Island Lake participants gather in the evening of Friday, June 4 at the Ward Wells Field House on the campus of the University of Minnesota-Duluth. 
  • Anglers launch on Island Lake Reservoir Saturday morning, in one of four flights drawn the previous evening. 
  • Anglers fish for walleye (6 maximum) and/or bass (5 maximum). 
  • Top measurements will be awarded in addition to a few identified lower measurements.
  • Anglers will measure fish using the FishDonkey mobile application designed for this event.

Virtual Tournament

  • Anglers participating virtually anywhere will take to any body of water on Saturday, June 5, 2021. 
  • Anglers fish for walleye, bass, northern pike or crappie. 
  • Anglers catching the single largest fish in each species will be recognized.
  • There will be a random drawing of prizes for anglers submitting measured fish.
  • Anglers will measure fish using the FishDonkey mobile application designed for this event.

Proceeds from the Kolar Toyota ALS Fishing Tournament benefit individuals living with ALS and their families. ALS is a progressive neuro-degenerative disease that affects the nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord. ALS usually strikes people between the ages of 40 - 70, but it can strike anyone at any time. Although there is no cure or treatment yet, we are committed to helping these families in need. The Kolar Toyota ALS Fishing Tournament board, anglers, volunteers and donors are united in Funding the Fight Against ALS.