You hear that huge, you dream about catching a bass huge

Published: 08th May 2020
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More than 150 anglers from 26 states made the excursion to Lake Conroe, Conroe, Tex. To be a part of this event, nine boat associates travelled from California, Kansas, Ohio, Georgia, Florida, and Alabama; this shows the PVA Bass Tour's strength, growth, and support. While for months and weeks prior to the tournament some folks said Lake Conroe wasn't a good bass fishery, the Open Competition anglers put all those rumours to "bed," as they broke four records in this department: biggest bass, greatest five bass fish limit, the most bass weighing more than eight pounds weighed in, and also the greatest bass caught in 2013 on Lake Conroe. Many anglers caught the largest bass of their life. Bank Team Event The fishing on the bank was about as demanding as it gets, but Eric Payton (Garland, Tex.) landed a 4.97-pound catfish that gave him and his teammate, Jay Segarra (Henderson, Nev.), the Texas PVA Bass Tournament Bank Team Contest crown. Third went to Harold Hack (Whitewater, Wis.) and Steven Ray (Rowlett, Tex.) with 2.16. Fish considering 1.81 set the team of Kevin Teeman (Roland, Okla.) and associate Larry Dodson (N. Augusta, S.C.) into fourth spot. Luckily the front pushed through on Saturday, making to get a great bite and procrastinated. If he or she has something important to weigh in, you can tell from the look on an angler's face. The look on Duncan's (Tyler, Tex.) face made me stop doing my work in the Tour trailer, just to see what was to come out of the live well. What emerged made me start shaking.A creature bass is what was pulled from the live well and taken to the scale. It locked at eleven pounds eleven ounces (11-11); the crowd erupted into cheers and applause. Another four bass were added to the bag, and also the scales locked at 2407, putting the crowd into a frenzy of cheers."Muy, muy, muy grande!" Is what came out of Duncan's mouth when he saw the 11-11 bass bust from the water. He set the hook using a white lizard with its tail dipped in chartreuse to trick the bass. Duncan seen the enormous bass on its bed and said, "I thought it was around seven or eight pounds, but looking through water is deceiving."After Duncan's partner, Alan Stubblefield (Spring, Tex.), netted the large bass, Duncan had five and was trembling so much he couldn't fish the remainder of the day. For his efforts Duncan acquired a fully rigged Ranger" Bass Boat powered by a Mercury[R] Outboard and a Minn Kota[R] trolling motor. Stubblefield received a Minn Kota trolling motor along with a number of other great prizes.

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