From this story on Twincities.com:
Karen Savik, arguably Minnesota's most successful and well-known woman pro bass angler, can still feel the jubilation of winning last month's Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Weekend Series Championship on the Mississippi River at Winona. "I was fishing against some real river rats, and I beat them all," the St. Louis Park native said of the field of more than 50 experienced anglers, all men, in the Sept. 18-19 tournament. Savik, 55, won, in part, by using a tournament strategy called "culling" or sorting the bass that went into her boat livewell. If she caught a bass bigger than one already in her box, she released the smaller fish, thus increasing the overall weight of her catch. She caught 10 bass weighing 31.28 pounds to beat runner-up David Ham of White Bear Lake by nearly 3 pounds and win $2,500. In a news release from American Bass Anglers (ABA), which conducted the tournament, Savik was described as "winning one for the ladies.'' She was quoted as culling her catch 14 times in two days.