Chris
Mitchell
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Biography

Chris Mitchell is the Managing Editor for bassmaster.com. 

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Personal Info

Hometown

Birmingham, 
Alabama

Family

Whitney (wife), Lane (daughter)

Hobbies

Photography, fishing, video games
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Content

Fired up

Fired up

By Chris Mitchell

KVD has found a school. So far it has only yielded one keeper, but he's quickly working his way through it. The small ones go to the back of the boat, hopefully away from the larger bass he'...

Pirch strikes next

Pirch strikes next

By Chris Mitchell

If you are keeping score, and we definitely are, then it's currently KVD 2, Pirch 1. Cliff Pirch casted away from where we expected him to, and it worked. A solid 3.5-pounder is in the boat....

KVD returns

KVD returns

By Chris Mitchell

Kevin VanDam returns to the spot that started his Day 1 flurry, and finds success. Cliff Pirch arrived first, but unless he caught one very quickly before we arrived, KVD is the first to strike....

Sharing is caring

Sharing is caring

By Chris Mitchell

Cliff Pirch pulled up not long after Kevin VanDam came to this spot. The difference: VanDam has caught 20 pounds of bass sitting here and Pirch, as far as I can tell, has zero. He...

Murray goes south

Murray goes south

By Chris Mitchell

John Murray has been up and down and all around today, and heading south looks like it's paid off. Since moving here he's culled twice, including his biggest fish of the day. James...

Murray heads north

Murray heads north

By Chris Mitchell

John Murray has run up north, past Edwin Evers. We passed Brandon Coulter as we made the 10 minute run. We find him among the tall grass. A stronger current here, pulling us back towards the main...

Locals only

Locals only

By Chris Mitchell

Murray is crisscrossing the lake, and we've found Clifford Pirch nearby as well. This appears to be the spot for the locals. Murray is working the shore looking to find his limit. ...

Southbound armada

Southbound armada

By Chris Mitchell

We don't share the BASSTrakk map on the first three days of the tournament for obvious reasons - anglers like to keep their spots a little more quiet. But we still have it, and use it to direct...

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