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Brandon Palaniuk

Daunting. Intimidating. Downright scary. Those were some of the words the Bassmaster Elite Series anglers were muttering as they headed into stop number seven of the 2020 campaign at Santee Cooper. Many of the competing anglers had little experience on the two lakes (Marion and Moultrie) and the practice they did have was early in the year with little knowledge gained other than a healthy respect for the boating hazards created by vast stump fields and other navigational challenges. Add…

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The National Bass Anglers Association announced today that Lake Chickamauga, in Dayton, TN, will host the 2021 NBAA National Championship.  Well known as a “bucket list lake,” Lake Chickamauga will provide the opportunity of a lifetime for many of the qualified teams who will come from across the country for this premier event on one of the top lakes in the country April 8-10, 2021. Rhea Economic and Tourism Council Inc. will host the national event as anglers travel from…

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Brandon Palaniuk

Yamaha Pro Brandon Palaniuk weighed in 21 pounds, 11 ounces on the final day of the Bassmaster® Elite tournament on the Santee Cooper Lakes to capture a win with a four-day total of 72 pounds, two ounces. The victory marks the fifth overall B.A.S.S.® win for the 2017 Angler of the Year from Rathdrum, Idaho, and the second win in 2020 alone (he also took home the trophy on Lake Champlain in August). His performance earned the first-place prize of…

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High school bass anglers win big via on-the-water screen time Kids today have been brought up in the screen generation. It’s a big reason so many young anglers have such a natural affinity for an underwater camera. A depthfinder can only show you so much, but put an Aqua-Vu in front of a kid and watch them light up. It’s pure excitement, but it’s also a great way to help these future anglers learn fish behaviors and how they react…

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Pro Angler Lands Smallmouth Bass

Yamaha Pro Brandon Palaniuk weighed in 21 pounds, six ounces on the final day of the Bassmaster® Elite tournament on Lake Champlain to capture a win with a four-day total of 80 pounds, one ounce. The victory marks the fourth B.A.S.S.® win for the 2017 Angler of the Year from Rathdrum, Idaho. His performance earned the first-place prize of $100,000. This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20200803005585/en/ Yamaha Pro Brandon Palaniuk Wins the Bassmaster Elite Series…

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