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The following is an official statement from Keith Poche regarding the Lake Toho Southern Open incident involving Ish Monroe that occurred Friday, Jan. 16, 2015. First, I would like to apologize to everyone who has been affected by this unfortunate circumstance, including family, friends, fans, my co-anger, competitors, sponsors and B.A.S.S. I am fortunate to be a member of the professional fishing community and I am very disheartened that this incident took place.
Arguments happen on the water in our business a lot, but I took it a step too far in putting myself into my competitor's boat when provoked.
Standard opinion among the anglers fishing the Bass Pro Shops Southern Open presented by Allstate was that the tournament couldn’t be won on Toho.
Based on an investigation of an incident Friday during the Bassmaster Opens tournament on Lake Tohopekaliga, Florida, B.A.S.S. today disqualified two anglers from the event. Pursuant to B.A.S.S. rules, Ish Monroe of Hughson, Calif., and Keith Poche of Pike Road, Ala., were disqualified from the Open. Additional penalties for both anglers may be imposed pending the outcome of additional investigations that are ongoing at this time. Because of those investigations, B.A.S.S. will not comment further on the decisions.
Notes from the final day of the Southern Open.
Behind the scenes on the final day weigh in
The Final Day weigh-in for the 2015 Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Open on Lake Toho gets underway at Bass Pro Shops in Orlando, Florida.