Top 100 All-Time Money Winners
September 25th, 2018 Update –
As of today Denny’s Super 30 has paid out $2,581,283.00 plus prizes etc. There have been 1043 anglers that have cashed in at one of our tournaments throughout the years, with 122 anglers getting a check in 2018. Thank you to all that have been a part of this amazing run. Denny
P.S. We are not done yet!
I held my first Super 30 tournament in the fall of 1989 on Clearwater with seven boats. Since then I lost track of the number of tournaments held but it has been a lot. 2019 will mark the 30th year of the Super 30!
I have kept a spread sheet with the names and dollar amounts of money paid over those 28 years and to date, there have been 1002 anglers that have cashed in a Denny’s Super 30 tournament. That includes the Super 30 and Wednesday Evening Bassin’ events. The amounts do NOT include big bass pots or value of prizes given out. Over the years the total would be higher as we have given out many rods, reels, batteries, plaques and prize packages from our sponsors. The total cash paid out since 1989 is an amazing $2,581,283.00!
There are 21 anglers who have won over $20,000.00 and 62 anglers that have won over $10,000.00. These totals are what an individual angler wins, if the team wins $1,000.00 the individual angler is credited with $500.00.
2016 update – With a big win at the Super 30 Mille Lacs Tournament, Dean maintains a lead over Seth and John! Cody wins the Super 30 Minnetonka Team of the Year and makes the biggest move, all the way into the top 10. Meanwhile Brad becomes the seventh angler in Super 30 history to surpass $30,000 in winnings!
2015 update – Dean Capra has taken over the number one spot as the all-time money winner in Denny’s Super 30 bass tournament history ($42,494). Dean moved ahead of Pat Jeffries and his dad Ted Capra, after cashing at the 2014 Green Lake tournament and in both of the Minnetonka Super 30 tournaments that year. Dean is always a tough competitor and I expect that he will increase his lead as the year plays out. Pat Jeffries was at the top for many years but also has not been a regular at tournaments for a long time.
Unbelievable as it looks, the total money paid out so far is: $2,581,283.00 (Updated September 25th, 2018)
|77||Lucas De Young||$8010|
|83||John Wicht III||$7607|
|91||John W Schlee||$6855|