How They Did It: Lake Okeechobee
The first Southern Open, on massive Lake Okeechobee, was marked by a cold weather practice, gently warming tournament conditions and three anglers who persevered to put together winning bags of bass, as well as another who caught a giant.
Here's how they did it.
Chris Lane(1st place 41 pounds, 2 ounces)
Practice was tough. I saw 43-degree water. But late on the last day I found a mat with some fish under it. That turned out to be what allowed me to win the tournament. ...
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