Oakely Howell wonders “How did that fish not eat my dad?” as Livingston pro Randy Howell bags up a giant on Day 3. Photo by Joel Shangle.
Gene Larew pro Tommy Biffle loaded up a behemoth on Day 2. Photo by Joel Shangle.
King Leonidas returned to Sparta. Rather, Daiwa pro Seth Feider returned to Mille Lacs. With 26-2. Photo by Joel Shangle.
Tackle Warehouse pro Jared Lintner tucked behind two Mille Lacs tubs. Photo by Joel Shangle.
Simms pro James Elam averaged 4.5 pounds a smallmouth … and finished fifth! Photo by Joel Shangle.
Livingston pro Hank Cherry, just another toad. Photo by Joel Shangle.
Megabass pro Chris Zaldain wrestled 26-1 of Mille Lacs smallies into his Day 2 bag. Photo by Joel Shangle.
Rigid Industries pro Brandon Palaniuk: “How do I get 22 pounds of smallmouth into a 20-pound bag?” Photo by Joel Shangle.
Bass Mafia pro Greg Hackney piled up a personal-best 23-5 on Day 1.
Mercury pro Greg Hackney called this 6-pounder “Ol’ Big”. Right so, because she was ol’ and she was BIG. Photo by Joel Shangle.
Quicksilver Marine pro Jacob Powroznik loads up 23-4 on Day 2. Photo by Joel Shangle.
… when the dinosaurs came to town. With the 2017 Bassmaster Elite Series Angler of the Year Championship – and high-noon shootout between Brandon Palaniuk and Jason Christie – bearing down on us next week […]