Tim Johnston is carving out a competitive niche on the bass club scene in the West. The proof is a third consecutive Montana state title won at the B.A.S.S. Nation Western Divisional.
Don Barone speaks to two men who faced adversity and fought through it to end up exactly where they wanted to be.
I can explain the Ouachita River in one word … TREACHEROUS! I hit so many stumps and pieces of metal with my boat that I lost count.
While everyone else was heading toward the popular flats of Noxon Reservoir at launch each day, Tim Johnston was going in the completely opposite direction, which proved to be key to his win at the 2014 B.A.S.S. Nation Western Divisional.
Some anglers in the 2014 B.A.S.S. Nation Western Divisional worked all day to eke out a limit on Montana’s Noxon Reservoir. But not Tim Johnston. He did it in an hour and a half.
Chris Felty's 'Plan B' brought smallmouth, largemouth, and the tournament lead.
The 128 competitors in the Western Divisional take off for Day 1 on Noxon Reservoir.
Competitors from 11 states gather in Trout Creek, Mont., for the Western Divisional registration and briefing.
Paul Mueller is not disappointed at all by his second-place finish in the Classic. He was honored to represent the Connecticut B.A.S.S. Nation so well.