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To this day, the phrase 9/11 conjures horrifying images for most Americans. I'm sure most of you know precisely where you were as the events of that sad day unfolded. I know I do. I remember it as if it happened yesterday.
The Bassmaster Elite Series finale on Oneida Lake raised an interesting statistical point that's right up the alley of Bassonomics. I wonder how many of you caught it. At first, I certainly didn't.
Many years ago, while fishing a tournament on the Harris Chain of Lakes in North Central Florida, a bizarre and somewhat disturbing event occurred — an event I feel is well worth sharing.
One of my favorite Bassmaster.com columnists, Bernie Schultz, recently wrote about the Olympics and posited the idea that if shooting sports were included in the games, maybe fishing should be there, too. It was an interesting idea.
The final weigh-in at the 2012 Ramada Championship proved to be a nail-biter!
It's all over at Oneida, with Boyd Duckett winning it all.
The anglers battled waves and looked for birds to find the fish to win the final day on Oneida Lake.