Nam N. Wins The Biggest Bass 9 Day Opener Tournament
Check out the video below of the BIGGEST BASS entry from this tournament.
See the entries below
You can view a larger image of the entry photos in the right hand column by clicking on the photo. That will open a new window with the larger image.
Nam Nguyen – 21.0 Inches
Here’s my first bass entry for the contest. I caught this big largemouth at Thole Lake near Shakopee. The bass slammed my topwater popper. We measured the fish and it was just a tad over 21″. Gary caught a few smaller bass but he’s waiting for one over 20 inches to submit. We fished Lake Ann on Sunday and caught a few there too.
Jay Suhsen – 20.875 Inches
From Jay: Hopefully you can tell that this is the right verification image. It’ s very unfortunate that it slipped down with all the thrashing around. From Ron Strauss: Tony is the Tournament Director and will make the call on this. My opinion is you have enough of the unique image in the photo to assure me it is original. From Tony: this entry is accepted.
Entry #1 19.5″. It’s great to be back on the river again!
Gary Engel – 20.75 Inches
The bite in the morning was slow but we did really well late this afternoon. Attached are a few photos. We pinched the mouth together and it looks like around 20.75″ or so.
Dylan Sande – 20.0 Inches
Dylan Sande’s bass, 20 inches caught on wacky rigged worm.
Eric Paulson – 19.5 Inches
Entry #2: 19.5″ Hit a pumkinseed colored spinner bait near some wood cover on a hard bottom point.
Entry #1: Eric had this one in the boat within 15 minutes of starting opening morning. Never beat it the rest of the day. Nice 17 5/8″.
Matthew Nyquist – 17.5 Inches
Not sure if I’ll get out again this weekend so wanted to get this in now (heading to Canada this week for my annual Walleye trip). I don’t think 17.5″ will do it, but worth a shot! Thanks again for getting all this set up. The association tournaments have been awesome.
Aaron Deringer – 16.75 Inches
16.75″. I’m still looking for a big one.
Mitch Paulson – 16.25 Inches
Hopefully I can send you picture of a bigger one soon. This is a pretty cool competition! Thanks for your work to get it going!!
Justin J. Icelogger – 13.5 Inches
19.5″. It’s great to be back on the river again!