Topics: SpongeTech Tennessee Triumph

Kentucky Lake: How They Did It

Jun 9, 2009

The three top finishers of the SpongeTech Tennessee Triumph on Kentucky Lake along with Fred Roumbanis, mixed baits, tackle, colors and techniques to bag their winning weights.

Big attitude adjustment for big winners

Jun 6, 2009

In this article, you can read how the top anglers mangage their success or failure and how both personality and attitude contribute to an anglers ability to be an alpha dog competitor.

Myers lights it up

Jun 6, 2009

In this article, you can read about Britt Myers and how his smile and attitude have earned him the reputation of being positive, upbeat and always smiling.

The war between the states

Jun 5, 2009

Tennessee was definitely under represented at the Tennessee Triumph at Kentucky Lake.

Asleep at the wheel

Jun 5, 2009

Guarding your fishing spot can be tiring business, just ask Bobby Lane.

Day Two hard in Paris

Jun 5, 2009

The Bassmaster Angler of the Year Standings change as quickly as the wind does.

Chasing the big bite

Jun 5, 2009

Very few anglers were able to get the big bite at the Tennessee Triton, but there were some that did.

Passing Lane

Jun 5, 2009

Bobby Lane's got his game on and he's not letting anyone pass him this time.

Day Two notes and quotes

Jun 4, 2009

PARIS, Tenn. — Fred Roumbanis landed the biggest bass of the first two tournament days Thursday, an 8-pound, 4-ounce brute. While he wouldn't say exactly what lure produced the big girl, he did offer up that "it was pretty scary catching it on light line." He caught the fish on a small grassy ridge that produced another large bass in practice. Roumbanis believes it might have been the same fish.

The Marshal Journals

Jun 4, 2009

PARIS, Tenn. — After a 30-minute run on Kentucky Lake from Paris Landing, Rick Morris put a spanking on the ol' largemouth on Day One. I can see why people get spoiled catching fish after being on this lake, because he caught one fish after another. After picking through a lot of smaller fish, Rick managed to bust a big one or two on each spot. He was using a cranking pattern that involved ledges, shell beds, and grass. The real key to his success will remain a secret until after the tournament because it's a technique he uses when it comes to cranking.