Jiggin’ for Jayden raises $11,000 for Kinship of Tomahawk
By Jalen Maki
Tomahawk Leader Editor
TOMAHAWK – The sixth annual Jiggin’ for Jayden memorial fishing tournament held on Saturday, July 17 raised $11,000 for Kinship of Tomahawk.
More than 100 people attended the fundraiser on a gorgeous summer day at Bradley Park in Tomahawk.
In the panfish category, Reed Zogota took first place, followed by Kollin Fields in second and Kamdenn Fields in third.
Brandon Raikowski finished in the top spot in the game fish category. Ozzy took second place, and Steve Radtke rounded out the category’s top fishers.
Ozzy’s 30-inch musky earned him first place in the category.