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Wes Logan Wins Bassmaster Elite

Wes Logan, powered by Yamaha Outboards and Skeeter Boats, weighed in 14 pounds, 1 ounce on the final day of the Bassmaster® Elite tournament on Alabama’s Neely Henry Lake to capture the Elite series win with a four-day total of 57 pounds, 9 ounces. The 26-year-old from Springville, Ala., a 30-mile drive from the Gadsden City Boat Docks, earned $100,000 for the win, his first in 26 B.A.S.S. events. The second-year Elite Series angler charged into the lead on Day…

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Matt Becker

It was a long time coming for 2018 Rookie of the Year and Bagley pro, Matt Becker, who capitalized on the lake’s herring spawn to fill his live well each day. Winning by just over two pounds, it was the first career MLF Series victory on the Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit for the Finleyville, Pennsylvania native. Becker took home a big trophy and $137,500 for the win. “Practice was a little different. It wasn’t the best. I found some fish…

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Chris Macy with Trophy

Ranger Boats Pro Chris Macy earned a trip to compete in the 2021 Forrest Wood Cup by winning the BFL All-American on Lake Hartwell. The angler took home $100,000 for first place and added $20,000 in Ranger Cup bonus money. The BFL All-American is the culmination of a season-long grind and featured a field of the top 55 boaters and 55 co-anglers from across the 24-division Bass Fishing League, TBF, Abu Garcia College Fishing presented by YETI and High School…

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NWT Winners Northrop, Heim

Cody Northrop, of South Heart, North Dakota, weighed a combined total of 50.91 pounds to win the National Walleye Tour Presented by Bass Pro Shops and Cabela’s event at Garrison, North Dakota, September 11. Northrop won a fully rigged Ranger 2080MS with a 250-horsepower Mercury outboard, $15,000 in prize money and $3,003 in Anglers Advantage cash for a total of $82,598 in winnings The dock talk leading up to Sakakawea was that trolling leadcore with Berkley Flicker Minnows was going…

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Minnesota AIM Team of the Year

It was about as big a two-day tournament for Anthony Nitti and nephew Hunter Nitti, as it gets: Win the AIM Weekend Walleye Series/Mercury Marine Minnesota State Championship from Baudette, almost breaking the century mark, and going home with more than $10,000 in winnings, then getting  the news that they also took the AIM/Yamaha Motor Corp. Team Of The Year (TOY) points battle on the final day of the championship, also earning them a Yamaha 9.9 kicker worth another $4,000.…

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