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Walleyes For Tomorrow
Increased Walleye Production
Community Involvement

Your Support is greatly appreciated and needed!

Walleyes For Tomorrow

Bill Koehne
5406 Mary Ct.
Abrams, WI 54101
Day Phone 920-826-5901
Eve Phone 920-826-5711
Fax 920-826-5601
Email Bill@FishingWithBill.com

1983-1988 University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
B.S. in Business Administration
Major: Marketing/Management
Minor: Human Development
Supporting field: Finance

2011-present Packerland Websites
Designing and building websites and providing Internet services.
1995-2011 President, Ark Homes Inc.
Manage new construction and real estate company. Develop marketing strategies with multiple types of audio, print and visual media.

Fishing Experience
Fished 2002-2007 (MWC) Masters Walleye Circuit
Fished 1996-2005 (PWT) Professional Walleye Trail circuit
Fished 1997-2001 USFA Team Walleye Circuit (7 top ten finishes)
Four time Qualifier for USFA Championship, 6th &10th place overall

2011 Expectations
Become a Supporting member of the NPAA
Set up and promote Walleyes for Tomorrow Banquet

Trolling, jigging and rigging for walleyes

Expertise/Bodies of Waters
The Green Bay and Lake Winnebego chain.

Additional interests
9 year board member of Green Bay Walleyes for Tomorrow. 18 years as Church
Trustee, 35 years member in local Sportsman Club, Blackbelt in Tae Kwon Do.

Founding member of National Professional Anglers Association

Use education and business experience to develop sponsor relationships in order to increase product exposure resulting in increased sales.

Bill is an experienced and successful angler and tournament fisherman, having fished at tournaments in Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Missouri, New York and Canada. Bill can lend himself as a valuable source for varied story information to benefit varied media requirements. Bill is available for stories and will work to provide an interesting, newsworthy angle for readers, viewers or listeners.

My grandfather always said,"If you work hard, then you can play hard. But, by God do not get the two confused!"

Well, I work pretty darn hard and I have been blessed in the fishing I have been allowed to do!

About Bill

Bill Koehne

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