2009 BASS Slam: Suwannee

In this photo gallery you will see the 2009 Bass Slam.

Chris Horton and David Jones prepare the Kayaks for the Santa Fe float. This scenic little river is home to a healthy population of Suwannee bass.
Photo: Chris Horton and David Jones prepare the Kayaks for the Santa Fe float. This scenic little river is home to a healthy population of Suwannee bass. - Chris Horton and David Jones prepare the Kayaks for the Santa Fe float. This scenic little river is home to a healthy population of Suwannee bass.
Horton catches a very nice 15-inch Suwannee right out of the gates, easily topping the 10-inch BASS Slam minimum.
Photo: Horton catches a very nice 15-inch Suwannee right out of the gates, easily topping the 10-inch BASS Slam minimum. - Horton catches a very nice 15-inch Suwannee right out of the gates, easily topping the 10-inch BASS Slam minimum.
Notice the dark color of the Suwannee, and how its spiny dorsal is very well connected to the soft dorsal. Plus, the jaw does not extend past the eye.
Photo: Notice the dark color of the Suwannee, and how its spiny dorsal is very well connected to the soft dorsal. Plus, the jaw does not extend past the eye. - Notice the dark color of the Suwannee, and how its spiny dorsal is very well connected to the soft dorsal. Plus, the jaw does not extend past the eye.
When casting for Suwannees, cast at all available wood cover.
Photo: When casting for Suwannees, cast at all available wood cover. - When casting for Suwannees, cast at all available wood cover.
Suwannee bass feed primarily on Craws, so using soft plastic imitations, Texas rigged, is a safe bet.
Photo: Suwannee bass feed primarily on Craws, so using soft plastic imitations, Texas rigged, is a safe bet. - Suwannee bass feed primarily on Craws, so using soft plastic imitations, Texas rigged, is a safe bet.