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Brandon Card College & High School Bass Open Recap 2017

Well, my 2nd annual college and high school tournament on Norris Lake is in the books and now I can rest a little. This year’s event was a huge success and we had 163 anglers competing in the event, which was a big increase over last year. It was a great time and all of the anglers really enjoyed competing and I enjoyed seeing their enthusiasm for bass fishing.

This event takes a lot of work and there is no way I could pull it off without the help of my family, friends, and sponsors. It was always a goal of mine to have a tournament like this to give back to the younger anglers. Being the first collegiate angler to qualify for the Elite Series I felt like I have a responsibility to help out the high school and college anglers and I really hope some of them join me one day on the Elite Series.

The Fishing
Last year we had the event a little earlier in the year and the fishing was tough, so we settled on early December on Norris Lake and the fishing seemed to be better. We had 83 boats, 43 in the college division and 40 from high school competing for over $22,000 in cash and prizes!

1st Place College Team
University of Kentucky
Nathan Sheehan and Hunter Fulcher

For the second year in a row, my Alma mater, the University of Kentucky won! I have to add a disclaimer and say that I did not help them at all and they won it on their own. Although some of the other schools asked for help, I told everyone that the fishing questions on Norris Lake would only get answered in a group setting at the Friday night registration dinner. One of the anglers also won it last year and when his partner graduated he had a new partner took the title this year. Congrats!

They had 9.35lbs and won big! They took home $2,500 plus two Suzuki Casio watches and a Lowrance Elite-3xDSI and Elite-4 Chirp.

1st Place High School
Anderson County H.S.
Luke Lowery and Ian Neff

This high school team had a better weight than all of the college teams at 10.75lbs! They also went home with a great prize package, $1,500, two Suzuki Casio watches and a Lowrance Elite-3xDSI and Elite-4 Chirp unit.

What Makes This Event Special
It was encouraging to see so many teams return from last year and we hope even more come next year. We try to make this event as fun as possible for the anglers and they really seem to enjoy it. We build a large stage and it makes the event feel like a big-time event and that is cool to see the young anglers cross the stage with their bass. We even had a “hot seat” with the current leaders and fellow Suzuki pros John Hunter and Chad Pipkens did a great job interviewing them during while they were leading.

Another thing that made this event different was that we paid out 1 in 2 teams and also had tons of raffle prizes and giveaways from with the product provided by my sponsors. It was cool that each angler got hooked up with so much stuff. One cool thing I heard after the event was from Jonathan West from the North Carolina State University Bass Pack. He won one of my favorite lures, a Yo-Zuri 3D Pencil in the registration dinner raffle. He tied it on that night and caught a big smallmouth with it on his first cast on our tournament day! It was also his first ever top water, smallmouth which made the story even better.

During registration, we started a Q&A session with myself , Chad Pipkins, and John Hunter and Bassmaster.com’s Ronnie Moore. Myself, John and Ronnie all fished at the collegiate level and now have careers in the fishing industry. The anglers asked tons of great questions and he covered everything from the business side of fishing to technique specific stuff.

Thank You!
I want to thank all of the teams for fishing the event and I definitely have to thank some people for making this event happen.

I really want to thank Suzuki and Campbell County Chamber of Commerce for being the title sponsors of the event. Running a tournament like this is expensive and they provide me with the financial backing to make this event possible.  John Eaton from Suzuki drove all the way from Missouri to help out, and that speaks volumes of his and Suzuki’s dedication to the younger generation of anglers.  Cindi Reynolds from the Chamber got behind this event at it’s conception and I can’t thank her enough for everything that she has done helping me put these tournaments on.

I have a core group of buddies from high school that I have known for years and fished with many times. They really helped out and did everything from building the stage to boat checks, you name it, and they did it. My wife and mom also stepped up and got every single angler registered and my dad and his company AB Card Construction sponsored the big bass prizes for both divisions and provided food after the weigh-in. My dad even cooked all of the food.

Chad Pipkens and John Hunter really helped out and I have to thank them for making the drive to support the event. Both of them made long drives to be at this event and I was grateful for their support. Ronnie Moore being there really helped make the event even bigger and better with awesome pictures from the event.

I also have to thank Twin Cove Marine and Coal Creek Smokehouse for co-sponsoring the registration dinner. The food was amazing and it was a task feeding so many hungry anglers. Others companies who really helped make this happen were the Yo-Zuri, Abu Garcia, FishSens Technology, Lowrance, Bass Cat Boats, Bob’s Machine Shop, Bass Boat Technologies, GatorGuard, Bass Pro Shops, Gator Grip, Yamamoto, and Navionics. I want to thank all of them for their support.

The 2018 Event
Next year’s event is already scheduled with a date of December 1st, 2018. Like we did this year, we will have registration the night before with dinner.

Another exciting thing for Tennessee high school teams is that this will now be a sanctioned event with the Tennessee Bass Nation High School Statewide Open Trail, meaning the winners will get an automatic berth into the Bassmaster High School National Championship. This will increase our numbers greatly and we look forward to a great, third annual, event next December.

Putting this event together takes some serious planning and effort but it is very rewarding to me as an angler. It helps give back to youth and helps me promote my sponsors at the same time. It is a win-win for everyone and I cannot wait until next year.

Bassmaster Elite Series Field Set For 2018

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — A star-studded field of 111 professional bass anglers — including a mix of rookies, legends and veterans from other tournament circuits — will make up the 2018 Bassmaster Elite Series field when competition gets underway on Lake Martin, Alabama, in February.

The lineup includes 99 anglers who competed in the Elite Series this year. They will be joined by 11 first-time Elite qualifiers and one Elite veteran, Rick Morris of Lake Gaston, Va., who is returning to the prestigious pro circuit after a three-year hiatus.

“The Elite field is getting stronger every year,” noted B.A.S.S. Tournament Director Trip Weldon. “Some of the anglers who achieved Elite status in the last few years — including Bassmaster Classic champion Jordan Lee — are already proving they belong in the top tier of this sport. I expect some of the pros qualifying from the Bassmaster Opens will become forces to be reckoned with right away, too.”

Weldon said that only three of the 15 qualifiers from the Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Opens declined invitations to compete in the Elite Series.

Among those climbing in from the Opens is Hunter Shryock, brother of veteran Elite pro Fletcher Shryock, and at least two standouts from the FLW Tour. Shin Fukae and Wesley Strader have each won about $1.5 million in long careers with FLW. Because of their previous winnings, Fukae and Strader will not be eligible for Bassmaster Rookie of the Year honors next year.

Heading the list of anglers requalifying for the 11-event circuit are Brandon Palaniuk of Hayden, Idaho, the reigning Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year, and seven-time AOY winner Kevin VanDam of Kalamazoo, Mich.

Also returning are 17 former Classic winners, including Lee. Three of those, Rick Clunn of Ava, Mo.; David Fritts of Lexington, N.C.; and Paul Elias of Laurel, Miss., narrowly missed requalifying this year but were given special “Legends” exemptions available to past Classic champions and AOY winners.

Requalifying through the Elites is based on Angler of the Year points earned the previous season. Newcomers also get a one-year grace period that guarantees them a second season. Should Opens anglers or others decline invitations, those spots are filled from a list based on average rankings in Angler of the Year points over the anglers’ careers.

Another nine Elite Series anglers failed to requalify this year and will have to climb back in through the Bassmaster Opens, said Weldon, who noted that they were offered priority entry into the 2018 Opens.

After the kickoff Elite tournament in February, the anglers will break for the GEICO Bassmaster Classic presented by DICK’S Sporting Goods on Lake Hartwell, South Carolina, March 16-18. Eight more regular-season Elites will be held between April and August. As in 2017, the Elite postseason will include the $1 million Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year Championship (to be held next year on Lake Chatuge, Georgia, Sept. 20-23) and the wildly popular, live-streamed Bassmaster Classic Bracket Fish-Off (Oct. 23-26 on Carters Lake, Georgia).

2018 Bassmaster Elite Series Field
Name Hometown/State Qualification Route Rookie/Newcomer/Elite veteran
Casey Ashley Donalds, S.C. Elite Series
Adrian Avena Vineland, N.J. Elite Series
Drew Benton Panama City, Fla. Elite Series
Josh Bertrand San Tan Valley, Ariz. Elite Series
Tommy Biffle Wagoner, Okla. Elite Series
Stetson Blaylock Benton, Ark. Elite Series
Stephen Browning Hot Springs, Ark. Elite Series
Brandon Card Knoxville, Tenn. Elite Series
Tyler Carriere Youngsville, La. Elite Series
Brent Chapman Lake Quivira, Kan. Elite Series
Hank Cherry Jr. Lincolnton, N.C. Elite Series
Jason Christie Park Hill, Okla. Elite Series
Luke Clausen Otis Orchards, Wash. Elite Series
Rick Clunn Ava, Mo. Legend
Keith Combs Huntington, Texas Elite Series
Dustin Connell Clanton, Ala. Elite Series
Brandon Coulter Knoxville, Tenn. Elite Series
John Crews Jr. Salem, Va. Elite Series
Cliff Crochet Pierre Part, La. Elite Series
Mark Daniels Jr. Tuskegee, Ala. Elite Series
Mark Davis Mount Ida, Ark. Elite Series
Ott DeFoe Knoxville, Tenn. Elite Series
Boyd Duckett Guntersville, Ala. Elite Series
Brent Ehrler Redlands, Calif. Elite Series
James Elam Tulsa, Okla. Elite Series
Paul Elias Laurel, Miss. Legend
Edwin Evers Talala, Okla. Elite Series
Todd Faircloth Jasper, Texas Elite Series
Seth Feider Bloomington, Minn. Elite Series
Micah Frazier Newnan, Ga. Elite Series
David Fritts Lexington, N.C. Legend
Shin Fukae Palestine, Texas Southern Opens Newcomer
Shaw Grigsby Jr. Gainesville, Fla. Elite Series
Chris Groh Spring Grove, Ill. Northern Opens Rookie
Greg Hackney Gonzales, La. Elite Series
Skylar Hamilton Dandridge, Tenn. Elite Series
Ray Hanselman Jr. Del Rio, Texas Central Opens Rookie
Jamie Hartman Newport, N.Y. Elite Series
Roy Hawk Lake Havasu, Ariz. Central Opens Rookie
Matt Herren Ashville, Ala. Elite Series
Brett Hite Phoenix, Ariz. Elite Series
Timmy Horton Muscle Shoals, Ala. Elite Series
Randy Howell Guntersville, Ala. Elite Series
Michael Iaconelli Pittsgrove, N.J. Elite Series
Kelley Jaye Dadeville, Ala. Elite Series
Alton Jones Jr. Lorena, Texas Elite Series
Alton Jones Lorena, Texas Elite Series
Kelly Jordon Flint, Texas Elite Series
Steve Kennedy Auburn, Ala. Elite Series
Gary Klein Mingus, Texas Elite Series
Jeff Kriet Ardmore, Okla. Elite Series
Chris Lane Guntersville, Ala. Elite Series
Bobby Lane Lakeland, Fla. Elite Series
Russ Lane Prattville, Ala. Elite Series
Robbie Latuso Gonzales, La. Elite Series
Jordan Lee Guntersville, Ala. Elite Series
Matt Lee Guntersville, Ala. Elite Series
Dave Lefebre Erie, Pa. Elite Series
Brandon Lester Fayetteville, Tenn. Elite Series
Jared Lintner Arroyo Grande, Calif. Elite Series
Bill Lowen Brookeville, Ind. Elite Series
Justin Lucas Guntersville, Ala. Elite Series
Aaron Martens Leeds, Ala. Elite Series
Mike McClelland Bella Vista, Ark. Elite Series
Mark Menendez Paducah, Ky. Elite Series
Ish Monroe Hughson, Calif. Elite Series
Andy Montgomery Blacksburg, S.C. Elite Series
Kyle Monti Okeechobee, Fla. Southern Opens Rookie
Rick Morris Lake Gaston, Va. Southern Opens

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Ryan Butler of the Joe Bass team trail wins the Toyota Bonus Bucks Bassmaster Team Championship Classic Fish-Off on Norfork Lake with 18 pounds, 11 ounces. This victory earns Butler a berth in the 2018 GEICO Bassmaster Classic presented by DICK’S Sporting Goods, which will be held March 16-18 on South Carolina’s Lake Hartwell.
                                                                                                            Photo by Ronnie Moore/B.A.S.S.

MOUNTAIN HOME, Ark. — Ryan Butler said on Friday that he was sore from casting so many times during that round of the Toyota Bonus Bucks Bassmaster Team Championship Classic Fish-Off.

And after all that work, he only had two bass to show for it.

On Saturday during the final day of the fish-off portion of the competition, Butler said he couldn’t guess how many hundreds of casts he made while feverishly working the shorelines of Norfork Lake here in the heart of the Ozark Mountains.

He still only had five keeper bites today, but he made every one of them count.

Butler, a 36-year-old resident of Blue Eye, Mo., caught a limit of five bass on Saturday that weighed 15 pounds, 1 ounce. Coupled with the two bass he caught on Friday (which weighed a total of 3-10), Butler finished with a two-day total of 18-11. That was enough to lead the six-angler field and earn the last remaining spot in the 2018 GEICO Bassmaster Classic presented by DICK’S Sporting Goods which will be held March 16-18 on Lake Hartwell at Greenville and Anderson, S.C.

Despite having only two bass on Friday, Butler eventually realized he still had a great chance to win the fish-off. Robert Dodson Sr., a 71-year-old angler from nearby Harrison, Ark., led Friday’s round, but he only had three bass for a 6-6 total today. Beau Govreau of St. Louis, Mo., was the only other angler who caught a bass on Friday; the three other competitors zeroed.

“I was disappointed coming in on Friday with only two bass,” Butler said. “I thought I had blown it. You only get so many chances at something like this. Then my partner in the team competition (Dustin Lippe) didn’t catch a fish. Another guy didn’t catch anything and another guy didn’t have anything. And with Dodson only having three bass, I said ‘Wait a minute. There’s still hope.’

“So when I got here today, I was fishing to win it,” Butler said.

Butler, who fishes with the Joe Bass team trail, was hot on Saturday morning despite temperatures that were in the mid-20s at launch. He boated a smallmouth that weighed nearly 3 pounds in the opening minutes of competition, and he had four bass in the livewell by 9 a.m. (including a 4-plus pound bass that anchored his bag). Butler went more than four hours without a fifth bite, however, but he finally got his limit about an hour before weigh-in.

Butler caught all his bass on a loon-colored Whopper Plopper topwater bait that he outfitted with Mustad triple grip hooks. He threw the bait on a 7-foot, 4-inch Denali worm and jig rod. He caught his bass in anywhere from 1 to 4 feet of water and said wind and shade were keys to his bites.

“(Dustin and I) knew that we could get better bites on that Whopper Plopper,” Butler said. “It’s a heavy bait, and you can throw it a long way. And that rod is just a good, long rod with a good tip on it. We use it with a lot of techniques. I did the same thing yesterday, but we didn’t have the wind to make it effective. Today, we did.”

Butler said it’s every bass angler’s dream to compete in the Bassmaster Classic, and he’s excited for the chance. But first, he needs rest.

“I’m physically exhausted,” he said. “It was hard out here this week. It was freezing cold, and we had to work for every bite. But more than anything, I’m emotionally exhausted. The mental part of this probably is harder than anything.

“This is a dream come true. You never know if you’re going to get your chance to do something like this.”

Butler was part of 162 two-person teams that competed in the team championship portion of the event on Wednesday and Thursday. He and Lippe, who lives in Lampe, Mo., finished second in the Team Championship and both got the chance to fish two more days for a spot in the Classic.

His win marked the second consecutive year an angler from the Joe Bass team trail won the Classic fish-off. It also marked back-to-back victories in the event by Missouri anglers. Scott Clift of Dadeville, Mo., won the 2016 fish-off and qualified for the 2017 Bassmaster Classic on Texas’ Lake Conroe in March.

Govreau finished second in the 2017 fish-off with a two-day total of 14-6. He caught a limit weighing 11-2 on Saturday, but couldn’t quite recapture the magic that helped him and his older brother Brett Govreau win the Team Championship on Thursday.

Dodson Sr. placed third with a two-day total of 13-4. His son and fishing partner, Robbie Dodson Jr., finished fourth with 12-1 overall. Brett Govreau was fifth with 9-2 and Lippe was sixth with 7-10.

The Mountain Home Area Chamber of Commerce hosted the tournament.

2017 Bassmaster Team Championship Title Sponsor: Toyota Bonus Bucks

2017 Bassmaster Team Championship Premier Sponsors: Huk, Humminbird, Minn Kota, Shell Rotella, Power-Pole, Mercury, Nitro Boats, Skeeter Boats, Yamaha

2017 Bassmaster Team Championship Supporting Sponsors: Shimano, T-H Marine, Advance Auto Parts, Livingston Lures, Academy Sports + Outdoors, Carhartt, Phoenix Boats

About B.A.S.S.
B.A.S.S. is the worldwide authority on bass fishing and keeper of the culture of the sport, providing cutting edge content on bass fishing whenever, wherever and however bass fishing fans want to use it. Headquartered in Birmingham, Ala., the 500,000-member organization’s fully integrated media platforms include the industry’s leading magazines (Bassmaster and B.A.S.S. Times), website (Bassmaster.com), television show (The Bassmasters on ESPN2), radio show (Bassmaster Radio), social media programs and events. For more than 45 years, B.A.S.S. has been dedicated to access, conservation and youth fishing.

The Bassmaster Tournament Trail includes the most prestigious events at each level of competition, including the Bassmaster Elite Series, Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Open Series, Academy Sports + Outdoors B.A.S.S. Nation presented by Magellan Outdoors, Carhartt Bassmaster College Series presented by Bass Pro Shops, Costa Bassmaster High School Series presented by DICK’S Sporting Goods, Toyota Bonus Bucks Bassmaster Team Championship and the ultimate celebration of competitive fishing, the GEICO Bassmaster Classic presented by DICK’S Sporting Goods.

71-Year-Old Angler Takes The Lead For Final Bassmaster Classic Berth

Robert Dodson Sr. of the Joe Bass team trail leads the Toyota Bonus Bucks Bassmaster Team Championship Classic Fish-Off with 6 pounds, 6 ounces heading into the final day.

                                                                                                                     Photo by Ronnie Moore/B.A.S.S.

MOUNTAIN HOME, Ark. — Given the 15-degree temperatures on Norfork Lake Friday morning, it sounds ridiculous that five of the six remaining anglers in the Toyota Bonus Bucks Bassmaster Team Championship are pleading for more wind.

But those five anglers say a good, windy day is the only thing that could give them a shot at winning the Classic Fish-Off portion of this tournament.

Right now, the rest of the field is chasing Robert Dodson Sr., a 71-year-old angler from nearby Harrison, Ark., who caught only three bass totaling 6 pounds, 6 ounces on Friday. That’s not much in a typical Bassmaster tournament, but with the bass extremely tight-lipped on Norfork Lake, it was enough to give Dodson the lead after Day 1 of the Fish-Off.

The rest of the field could muster only three bass among them. Ryan Butler of Blue Eye, Mo., is in second place with two bass that weighed 3-10. Beau Govreau, a St. Louis, Mo., resident who teamed with his brother Brett to win the Team Championship on Thursday, caught the only other bass on Friday, but it was a good one. He’s in third place with a 3-4 keeper that he hooked with only 14 minutes of fishing time remaining.

Brett Govreau of St. Louis, Mo., Dustin Lippe of Lampe, Mo., and Robbie Dodson Jr. also of Harrison, Ark., all zeroed Friday. Along with Butler and the younger Govreau, they are the chorus of anglers who say wind is key to stirring the bass bite to life Saturday.

Dodson Sr., who fishes on the Joe Bass team trail, liked the calm conditions. When he saw the glass-like surface of Norfork Lake on Friday morning, he figured the technique he’s employing (and keeping a closely guarded secret) could result in a few quality bites despite the cold.

He boated a keeper bass within 10 minutes after takeoff, though he had to wait another three hours before he got his other two bass in the livewell in quick succession. His biggest bass weighed about 3 pounds.

“I think we should just call it off and go home right now,” Dodson said with a laugh. “It was tough out there.” Having been in many competitive tournaments, he said he doesn’t feel pressure with a berth in the 2018 GEICO Bassmaster Classic presented by DICK’S Sporting Goods on the line.

The man with the heaviest two-day total in the Fish-Off will be a part of the Classic field when the event is held March 16-18 on Lake Hartwell in South Carolina.

“It’s the only big tournament I’ve never fished,” Dodson said. “But I thought someone would have five (today). I had my chances. I lost two 3-pounders that really could have made a difference.”

Dodson, who once competed in the FLW Tour’s Forrest Wood Cup, said he’ll fish Saturday the same way he did Friday.

Friday’s competition was delayed two hours because of fog. When the anglers launched onto Norfork Lake, they found the going extremely tough. Butler said he absolutely would welcome wind Saturday morning for several reasons.

“When the wind quits blowing, it gets in your head and you start to scramble,” Butler said. “For me, it’s a confidence booster. I think most of these guys are fishing shallow. The water has good color, but nothing was working without the wind.”

If he doesn’t get the conditions he desires?

“We’ll still lay it all on the line,” Butler said. “It’s the Bassmaster Classic on the line here. You go big or you go home.”

Beau Govreau weighed the biggest bass of the day, though it was the only keeper he had. He said he was worried until the final minutes, but the quality bass reassured him he still could win the Fish-Off.

“Catch another one of those tomorrow and it’s all tied up,” he said.

More than 320 anglers from B.A.S.S.-affiliated team trails covering 33 states, Canada and Australia started in the team tournament Wednesday. The Top 3 two-person teams following Thursday’s weigh-in are now fishing individually for a Classic berth.

The final launch is scheduled for Saturday at 6:45 a.m. CT. The final weigh-in will begin at 2:45 p.m. The weigh-in will be streamed on Bassmaster.com.

The Mountain Home Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting the event.

2017 Bassmaster Team Championship Title Sponsor: Toyota Bonus Bucks

2017 Bassmaster Team Championship Premier Sponsors: Yamaha, Huk, Humminbird, Minn Kota, Shell Rotella, Power-Pole, Mercury, Nitro Boats, Skeeter Boats

2017 Bassmaster Team Championship Supporting Sponsors: Phoenix Boats, Shimano, T-H Marine, Advance Auto Parts, Livingston Lures, Academy Sports + Outdoors, Carhartt

About B.A.S.S.
B.A.S.S. is the worldwide authority on bass fishing and keeper of the culture of the sport, providing cutting edge content on bass fishing whenever, wherever and however bass fishing fans want to use it. Headquartered in Birmingham, Ala., the 500,000-member organization’s fully integrated media platforms include the industry’s leading magazines (Bassmaster and B.A.S.S. Times), website (Bassmaster.com), television show (The Bassmasters on ESPN2), radio show (Bassmaster Radio), social media programs and events. For more than 45 years, B.A.S.S. has been dedicated to access, conservation and youth fishing.

The Bassmaster Tournament Trail includes the most prestigious events at each level of competition, including the Bassmaster Elite Series, Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Open Series, Academy Sports + Outdoors B.A.S.S. Nation presented by Magellan Outdoors, Carhartt Bassmaster College Series presented by Bass Pro Shops, Costa Bassmaster High School Series presented by DICK’S Sporting Goods, Toyota Bonus Bucks Bassmaster Team Championship and the ultimate celebration of competitive fishing, the GEICO Bassmaster Classic presented by DICK’S Sporting Goods.

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