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James River Bass Fishing Tournament – FLW BFL Regional Championship
Richmond, Virginia James River Chickahominy River
So the top 40 or so boaters and top 40 co-anglers in the Northeast FLW BFL go on to regionals where we have a chance to qualify for the FLW All American! This is a big deal tournament and we will have many divisions throughout the country competing against each other. I have only fished a handful of times on the James River and never this late in the year. The tournament is actually being held out of the Chickahominy River which is part of the James River. A lot of tournaments are won out of the “Chick” and so I spend most of my practice time in this part of the James River. Tidal water this time of year can make for tough conditions and it is but I figured it is anyone’s game. Just have to put your time in and hope for the best!
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The last two regular season events for the 2017 Bassmaster Elite Series take place on Lake Champlain and Lake St. Clair. The best bass fishing anglers in the world compete not only to win each tournament, but they also are looking to secure their spot on the Angler of the Year leaderboard. A canceled day on Lake Champlain changes the cut, and the race for AOY tightens up on Lake St. Clair.
Every single BIG fish we catch is captured “Cast to Catch”, almost always with multiple angles. Here is some RAW footage for you to gain some insight on the sequences that comprise the content here at Big Bass Dreams.
This is just one of the 3 angles we have that feature a 17.40 personal best for Oliver Ngy. So far this is his biggest bass ever. We are considering doing another video from another angle for your enjoyment if you guys have any interest in that, please leave a comment! Wishing everybody out there good fishing, positive vibes and hopefully we can all relate on a similar experience when we see each other on the water!
It was 66 degrees at 7am and 7-8 mph winds! By noon 40 degrees with gust to 25-35 mph! Still quite a few fish were caught including 4.86 and 4.47 lbs for Big Bass! Here’s the short video with my catch! Note the conditions changing!