Carl Jocumsen did some damage on Day 1. Photo by Joel Shangle
Britt Myers celebrates with his hometown crowd. Photo by Joel Shangle.
Local pro Britt Myers racked up his first ever Elite Series win. Photo by Joel Shangle.
Britt Myers brings his winning fish to the Championship Sunday stage. Photo by Joel Shangle.
Adrian Avena’s rig is lit up as he waits out the weather delay on Day 2. Photo by Joel Shangle.
Luke Clausen shows off his key Orochi XX rods. Photo by Joel Shangle.
Simms pro Jason Elam with a toad from Day 1. Photo by Joel Shangle.
A crowd gathers under the bridge before a delayed Day 2 launch. Photo by Joel Shangle.
Keith “Money” Combs made yet another Top 12. Photo by Joel Shangle.
Garmin pro Casey Scanlon lookng to catch one “yay big”. Photo by Joel Shangle.
GEORGETOWN, South Carolina – It might’ve taken him over 1,000 miles of running up and down the Intercoastal Waterway between Winyah Bay and Charleston Bay, but South Carolina pro Britt Myers made every mile count. Fishing his home waters and fueled by a rowdy hometown crowd, the amiable Myers claimed his first Elite Series victory with 56 pounds, 3 ounces.
Here’s what it looked like through the Bass Nomad lens.