Chris Johnston breaks down his setup at the St. Johns River. He had a setup for the sparse cover and then a heavier setup for the thicker reeds he was fishing.
John Crews caught a 11-2 largemouth to take home the Phoenix Boats Big Bass of the event, but also did well enough to finish fifth overall at the Power-Pole Bassmaster Elite at the St. Johns River. He caught 89-11 over four days.
If you followed the Power-Pole Total Boat Control Bassmaster Elite at the St. Johns River then you saw Rick Clunn Professional Angler's 9-pound, 14-ounce bass. What you didn't see was his 9-11 that sealed the deal in the final moments to win his 16th
Rick Clunn won his 16th B.A.S.S. event with 98-14 at the St. Johns River.
Patrick Walters' championship Sunday has been much more of a struggle than his day three, but he is starting to pick up the pace around the mid day mark.
Clifford Pirch has had a slower day four compared to his day three, but still catching giants nonetheless.
Mark Menendez with potentially the most important fish catch of the entire tournament. A bass that could potentially weigh double digits.
John Crews sticks a giant mid-day on championship Sunday. The catch may look a little unorthodox, but extremely crucial nonetheless.
Patrick Walters boats his first keeper of the day on the St. Johns River.