Omori: A Classic winner at Toho

Anglers literally went hours between strikes, and what produced one day usually didn't hold true the next.

Updated: April 25, 2005, 4:41 PM ET
By Steve Price | Bassmaster, Apr. 2005

Accepted wisdom for cold front bass calls for a slow presentation, like flipping into heavy cover, but don't tell reigning Bassmaster Classic champion Takahiro Omori.

Likewise, windy conditions usually mean prime time for a fast spinnerbait. Don't bother to tell Omori that, either.

The Texas-based pro broke with conventional thinking during four weather-challenging days at Toho and the Kissimmee Chain of Lakes, and instead used a medium-speed lipless crankbait to win the Florida CITGO ...

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