Brandon Palaniuk won the B.A.S.S. Nation Championship in 2010. His Bassmaster Elite Series career began in 2011. Palaniuk has earned five Elite wins and qualified for nine Bassmaster Classics. He was the 2017 Bassmaster Angler of the Year.
While anglers have been bouncing up and down the leaderboard this week, Lake Havasu has been remarkably consistent overall. The average bass weighed-in has been right at 2 3/4 pounds every day and...
Take a look at the excitment as Derrick Dixon follows Brandon Palaniuk on the water for Day 3 of Bassmaster Elite at Lake Havasu presented by Dick Cepek Tires and Wheels
Back-to-back casts and back-to-back fish. Both culled a little. Palaniuk should be over 13 pounds now. Photos by Bassmaster Marshal Frank Whiteside
Palaniuk culls up almost 2lbs. Photo be Bassmaster Marshal Frank Whiteside
Finally No. 5 for Palaniuk. Puts him close to 11 pounds. Photo by Bassmaster Marshal Frank Whiteside
No sooner than we send a message about missing a good one and luck needing to change, Brandon pops a 2 1/2 pounder
Battery issue for Palniuk fixed thanks to the family. Back fishing and just missed a big bite.
After a tough morning and only three fish in his live well Brandon Palaniuk is now having power problems with his trolling motor. His family rushed to shore to retrieve a fresh battery and rescue...
Palaniuk's cranking battery is dead. He will be fishing with the engine on idle the rest of day.
Palaniuk with number 3. He says it is the same fish he caught in pratice.
Talking with anglers is something Mark Zona does to check the pulse of any event.
Brandon Palaniuk readying the equipment for the start of Day 3.
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