Maine Bassmasters Junior Tournament – Maranacook Lake, Maine 2012 Video by James Stiles.
Shot on location at
Maranacook Lake Readfield, Maine
11-14 Semi Pro Division Anglers
15-18 Pro Division Anglers
Special thanks to the L/A Junior Bassmasters Sponsors
Androscoggin Bassmasters (www.androscogginbassmasters.com)
Community Credit Union (www.communitycreditunion.com)
Grizz Baits (www.grizzbaits.com)
Maine B.A.S.S. Federation Nation (www.mebass.com)
Maine Wedding Films, LLC (www.mwvid.com)
Dad and I went to Mozingo Lake early fishing for bass! I love the action of the new LIVETARGET Commotion Shad that came out at ICAST 2018. Will be doing more videos with it to come! GIVEAWAY Winner announced at the end of this video! New? Please SUBSCRIBE, as my channel is just getting kicked off! (Turn on 🔔)
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Fished in my first BFL tournament on South Holston Lake in Bristol, TN as a co-angler. My partner Josh Osborne ended up winning the tournament and we both had an amazing day on the water. This was one of the craziest days of fishing I have had because we caught the majority of our fish on the same spot. I ended up just placing outside the money for overall weight but I did win Big Fish on the co-angler side and took home my first check and trophy. Overall, it was a pretty awesome day and I got to catch some big fish and make new friends. Definitely a rememberable experience! Thanks for watching! Don’t forget to go follow Josh on Instagram.
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Fished a new creek for the first time and got into some bass and pike. It was a great experience fishing such a small creek and trying to dissect it to find the fish. I found the fish were holding near the bank in deeper slack water (2-4 ft) or near logs and lay downs right off the main current.
Rod: Lew’s Carbon Blue Speed Stick
Reel: Lew’s Carbon Blue Speed Spin CB300
Line: Seaguar 6lb flourocarbon
Bait: Z-man scented leech (Drop shotting 1/8 oz weight)