Just left Brett Hite and we pulled into a shallow bay. Found Jason Williamson leaving the bay with his hands in the air. "They have left me. They aren't here," said Williamson.
So who's on the bubble to qualify for the 2014 Bassmaster Classic? It's Fred "Boom-Boom" Roumbanis, who is 39th in the AOY standings. And what are his chances of getting in? Well,...
Jason Williamson just had one break off right next to the boat. It would have been an upgrade. Photo by Bassmaster Marshal Ed Dyer.
It's still early, but Williamson is already closing in on a limit.
Marshal Ed Dyer reports that this Jason Williamson smallmouth weighs 4 1/2 pounds. Hmmmm.
No disputing that J-Will is a big dude. He makes big fish look small.
J-Will's third keeper is a nice 3.5 pounder. Photo by Bassmaster Marshal Ed Dyer.
After battling a 40-inch muskie earlier, Jason Williamson is now counting keepers. According to marshal Ed Dyer, his first bass weighs about 2 1/2 pounds.
If you launch a boat as many times as I do over the course of a year, you either get pretty good at it or you waste a lot of time, experience a lot of frustration and anger a lot of your fellow...
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