Skeet fished a variety of baits – here is an excerpt from his Skeet’s Beat blog.
Then it all kind of just happened. I caught a few early on my Lucky Craft LV 100, then the sun came out and I caught them dropshotting a smoke / purple flake Berkley Havoc Bottom Hopper, and I caught some fry guarding males on a methiolate colored Berkley Powerbait Dover Crawler floating worm too after the sun came out.
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WOW, What a week!
When I ended the last post in my Skeet’s Beat blog, I said I would really like to win West Point. I thought I would go down there and toss a swimbait, crack some heads and have a chance to win it. That didn’t happen – well, the swimbait part anyway.
Holy crap, is it cool to win. I really didn’t think I had the chance to either until I got back to my room after day three and realized how close the weights were.
Story Courtesy B.A.S.S.
Skeet Holds the West Point Lake Championship Trophy – photo by B.A.S.S. – Seigo Saito
LAGRANGE, Ga. — Skeet Reese is on fire — again.
The Auburn, Calif., superstar of bass fishing was victorious Sunday in the Bassmaster Elite Series’ West Point Lake Battle after starting the final round in seventh place, almost 2 1/2 pounds behind leader Tommy Biffle.
But when Reese weighed 15-4 Sunday, he squashed the other 11 finalists’ hopes of winning the four-day Battle out of LaGrange, Ga. Closest to catching Reese with a 46-6 total was Aaron Martens of Leeds, Ala., who finished second with 44-6, exactly 2 pounds back.
I was supposed to be doing some R&D with Mark Sexton from Berkley on Havoc baits after the Bull Shoals tournament, but when the event got pushed back a day because of the bad weather, I got the chance to make a surprise trip home.
I got n the TroKar / Havoc Big Rig and booked it over to Birmingham so that I could catch a flight home for a couple days.
It was cool, because the girls didn’t know I was coming home, so I got to surprise them.