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PARIS, Tenn. — As a Bassmaster Elite Series angler, Mark Menendez fishes all over the United States, crisscrossing the continent in search of winning limits of bass. But when Menendez...
After two complete fishing days, with one postponed in between, the top three teams split into six individuals and battled it out Saturday on Lake Guntersville for the final Bassmaster Classic spot.
Things didn’t go exactly as Thomas Martens had hoped during Saturday’s six-man Bassmaster Classic fish-off on Lake Guntersville.
It was an intense and emotional weigh-in for three teams as members brought fish to the scales and saw which contender would claim the final Classic berth.
The fishing was tough during the first four-hour session of the Bassmaster Team Championship Classic Fish-Off on Lake Guntersville Saturday morning, but two anglers found enough bass to separate themselves from the rest of the field.
Everything went right for Chris Risner and Timothy Eaton during Friday’s second round of the Toyota Bonus Bucks Bassmaster Team Championship on Lake Guntersville.
The best team in the nation was crowned Friday afternoon, but on Saturday the teams are split and all six anglers will go head to head for the final Classic slot.
Almost 200 teams from across the nation competed for two full days on Lake Guntersville in hopes of being crowned Toyota Bonus Bucks Bassmaster Team Champions. Then the top three teams will break-up into six individuals to compete head-to-head for one Bassmaster Classic berth.
The Team Championship competitors enjoyed a foggy Friday on the Big G.