By Paul Schmitt
The 35th Annual Kewaunee Door Salmon Tournament starts this Saturday and local businesses can expect an economic boost. The largest summer fishing tournament on the Great Lakes set a record last year in total anglers participating with over 3,000, according to co-organizer Kevin Naze. He says fishing offers a huge boon to the area economy during the summer months.
The nine-day tournament runs until July 30 and includes over $50,000 in prize money including a first place $10,000 cash prize and mounting of the winning salmon. You can find more information about the 35th Annual K-D Salmon Tournament with the link below.