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The Fishinpedia Club House / Re: Good Morning All! :)
« Last post by iamski on Yesterday at 09:37:12 AM »
Mornin guys. It's 33 here and we're waiting on the snow. They're saying we might get between 6 and 12 inches. Guess we'll have to wait and see. Hope all have a great day and do be safe. Good luck Joe. do hope you can get out tomorrow. looks like we night not get out soon.  :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
The Fishinpedia Club House / Re: Good Morning All! :)
« Last post by joessmokin on Yesterday at 08:54:15 AM »
Morning All,

Brisk 33 degrees this morning with wind going to 20+ which will keep me off the water today. Will be researching waters I am going to try and fish tomorrow using google earth, Navionics and my HDS units. It appears TVA has the water levels back to winter pool and our lake should finally be leveling out. Hope you all have a great day.

The Fishinpedia Club House / Re: Good Morning All! :)
« Last post by joe waller on March 20, 2018, 07:08:33 PM »
Hi Y'all hope you are all doing OK and staying warm with all the bad weather.  Have been getting out a couple of times but did not catch that many fish.  I was invited to a private lake Sunday and was told to keep all we caught.  We started at 0800 and finished at 1545 with 30 bass.  3/4 pound up to 3.3/4.  I cleaned fish till 1900.  The wife is doing a little better as she is barking at me most of the time. I have to finish our yard before the weekend.  So I guess I have been a little forgetful about posting but I'm still plugging away.  Y'all take care and be safe.  GOD BLESS and tight lines.
The Fishinpedia Club House / Re: Good Morning All! :)
« Last post by lipripper on March 20, 2018, 03:15:54 PM »
Afternoon everyone and ski and  Bassmedic46 and Jigfishn10  hope y'all don't get swamped with a lot of snow out of this one. We are getting cooler weather but no more of that white stuff. I know I'm ready fo rit to all be over with.
joe good luck on landing that job you interviewed for and stop by here and post when ever you get the chance. Hope everyone has a good day and be safe out there.

The Fishinpedia Club House / Re: Good Morning All! :)
« Last post by joessmokin on March 20, 2018, 12:18:10 PM »
Morning All,
First day of spring is not springish at all here in TN. It's been a while since I have had the time to post besides my tournament reports. I am in limbo at the current time since I finished my degree up in December, my traveling tournament have now slowed down, and I am waiting to hear back from a job interview.   I will do my best to start posting more often. On the up side I was able to update my HDS units yesterday, can't wait to get back out on the water and see how the new fish reveal update. I was also able to reorganize my peg board with my plastics to be more user friendly. 
Hope you all have a great day,
The Fishinpedia Club House / Re: Good Morning All! :)
« Last post by iamski on March 20, 2018, 09:45:33 AM »
Mornin. It's 28 here now and expecting to hit 40. Then some snow tomorrow, about 3 to 6 inches. Man I wish all this snow would be gone now. Hope you all have a great day and do be safe. Bassmedic46 and Jigfishn10 hope this will be the last storm for the year. 
The Fishinpedia Club House / Re: Good Morning All! :)
« Last post by lipripper on March 19, 2018, 12:25:56 PM »
 everyone and it feels like 34* with that 20 MPH wind blowing out there and Jigfishn we won't see 50's again till next Wednesday but at least they arn't calling for any of that white stuff.  I'm ready for spring. :D Just think in about a month I will be just about ready to go on my yearly 3 to 4 week Crappie trip and I can't wait. ski hope y'all don't get dumped on and I know your ready for this winter to be over also. Joe how's the Mrs doing and when you going fishing again? Hope everyone has a great day and be safe out there.
Site News and Announcement - Fishinpedia / Re: Bassmasters Classic
« Last post by lipripper on March 19, 2018, 12:10:03 PM »
I think everyone thought there would be bigger bags than happened.
Site News and Announcement - Fishinpedia / Bassmasters Classic
« Last post by iamski on March 19, 2018, 09:49:08 AM »
Jordan Lee repeats as Classic champion

March 18, 2018

James Overstreet

Bryan Brasher

GREENVILLE, S.C. — After three magical days on Lake Hartwell, South Carolina, Jordan Lee now belongs to one of the most exclusive fraternities in professional bass fishing.
Lee, who began Sunday’s championship round in sixth place, caught five bass that weighed 16 pounds, 5 ounces and won the 2018 GEICO Bassmaster Classic presented by DICK’S Sporting Goods with a three-day total of 47-1.
Lee, who won last year’s Classic on Lake Conroe, Texas, joins fishing legends Rick Clunn and Kevin VanDam as the only anglers in history to win the Super Bowl of professional bass fishing two years in a row.
“That part of it hasn’t set in for me,” said Lee, who pushed his career earnings with B.A.S.S. past $1 million with the $300,000 Classic win. “I’m still just freaking out.
“It was just a perfect week for me. I caught fish on five different baits and a lot of different techniques.”
Unlike last year, when Lee struggled during the first round of the Classic before rebounding to win, he got off to a good start during this year’s first round with a catch of 18-10.
Since he didn’t have a good practice, he said he decided to stay within his comfort zone and fish boat docks — much like he does on Smith Lake in his home state of Alabama.
“I just wanted to cover as much water as I could to give myself the best chance of putting a bait in front of a fish,” he said. “On this lake, I knew boat docks were going to play because they always do — and that’s what I like to do.”
With no solid pattern identified, Lee alternated between a Strike King Rage Swimmer and two Strike King stickbaits — an Ocho and a Shimmy Stick. He stuck with green pumpkin and green pumpkin/blue as his primary colors.
He also caught fish throughout the week on an unspecified jerkbait and a homemade bladed jig.
“I really didn’t have a game plan,” he said. “I knew I could catch a lot of 2-pound spotted bass, and I knew those fish weren’t going to win me the tournament. But that’s what I wanted to do, and everything just kind of fell into place.”
Lee weighed in all spotted bass on Day 2 and saw his weight drop to 12-2. But he still easily made the Top 25 cut in sixth place to fish on Championship Sunday.
But being behind on the final day is nothing new for Lee, considering he started last year’s championship round in 15th place and came back to win.

Once again, he hit the jackpot on the final day.
“Today, I went in the back of this one little pocket and the water was 57 degrees,” he said. “I caught a fish — probably my biggest one of the day — and then it turned out there were bass under every dock in there.
“They were swimming around by my boat. It was just loaded.”
There was one tense moment for Lee in that pocket when he thought he might have let the historic victory slip through his fingers.
“I really thought I had lost the tournament on my last cast,” he said. “There was one bass about 4 or 5 pounds under a dock, and I pitched my worm right on it and it swirled and ate it. I set the hook and the worm popped off.
“If that one had cost me, it was going to be tough to sleep at night.”
As it turned out, though, Lee had just enough weight to edge California pro Brent Ehrler by 1 pound. Ehrler was second with 46-1, followed by Jason Christie, who led the first two days but caught only 8-11 on Sunday and fell to third place with 45-15.
“I didn’t go out all week thinking I was going to win this tournament,” Lee said. “I just decided I was going to fish the way I wanted to fish.
“You can’t plan on winning this tournament. Everything just has to fall into place.”
Alabama pro Mark Daniels Jr. won $2,500 for catching the Berkley Big Bass of the week, a 6-11 largemouth he caught on Day 1.
Toyota Bonus Bucks will pay $7,500 to the highest-placing eligible angler and $2,500 to the second-highest-placing angler. 

Article from Bassmasters.

Tournament Fishing - Fishinpedia / Re: Poor start as a boater in the BFL
« Last post by iamski on March 19, 2018, 08:50:52 AM »
Sorry to hear that Joe. Well the season is still young. I know you will bounce back. Just stay tough and your season will be rewarded great.  (y) (y) (y)
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