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2023 Sturgeon Bay Open Bass Tournament air on the Pursuit Channel!

The 2023 Sturgeon Bay Open Bass Tournament won by Spencer Samplawski and Paul Castellano airs multiple times this spring starting TOMORROW January 16th at 7:00pm CT on the Pursuit channel!  (Full Schedule Below)

Tune in to watch all the action. Registration is open NOW for the 34th annual event in May of 2024. YOU could be the star of that show!  Sign up for the 2024 event online HERE

Pursuit is Channel 604 on Direct TV and 393 on Dish Network!

Full Pursuit Schedule:

Week of January 15th airs;
Tues @ 8:00pm ET
Tues @ 11:00pm ET
Fri @ 7:00am ET
Sat @ 8:30am ET

Airs week of March 25th 
Tues @ 8:00pm ET
Tues @ 11:00pm ET
Fri @ 7:00am ET
Sat @ 8:30am ET

after that you can always watch it 24/7/365 on Pursuit UP or Outdoor Action TV under the Federation Angler block!

Law Wins $5000 at NABC Big Fish Event on KY Lake at Paris Landing

The North American Bass Challenge held its Big Fish event on Kentucky Lake at Paris Landing on September 16th.  One angler was destined to walk away with $5000 plus in winnings with just a single fish.  Anglers had four different, two-hour periods in which they could weigh one fish per period.  Cash and prizes were awarded to the three biggest fish of each of the four periods and then the three biggest fish of the entire day were awarded more cash and prizes.

Carl Lee started off by winning the first period with a nice 3-10 lunker.  Kimmy Perryman nearly doubled that weight to win period two with a huge green fish that weighed 6-02 pounds.  Eric Law would have none of that and brought his 6-15 giant to win period three.  The final period was taken by Coleton Jennings with a solid 4-00 largemouth.

Eric Law – 1st place overall

Kimmy Perryman – 2nd place overall

Barry Burton – 3rd place overall

Eric Law won the Overall division with the 6-15 lunker and claimed the $5000 cash prize.  Kimmy Perryman took second overall and a nice prize package for his 6-02 he weighed in the second period.  Barry Burton pulled double duty by finishing third overall for a 5-09 that was weighed in period 3 to claim some nice prizes.  He then doubled up as he was the highest finishing Garmin owner and claimed the $500 Garmin Bonus Check.

The anglers were kind of split on how they were catching their fish.  Some anglers said they were still finding quality fish in 8-15 feet of water, while others said there was barely enough water to cover the fins on the fish they were catching.  Soft plastics and jigs were doing most of the damage on Kentucky Lake during the event.

For full results CLICK HERE and for pictures CLICK HERE.

Neu and Ehlenfeldt Win Fall Sturgeon Bay Open Bass Tournament

The Annual Fall Sturgeon Bay Open Bass Tournament was another huge success.  There was a lot of money raised for the local groups that Pamp’s Marine supports.  The fish did their part as well and bit like sharks.  Anglers reported catching numerous limits during the day with some teams culling up to fifteen to twenty times during the day.  As normal with the Northern bodies of water, the brown fish dominated the weigh-in.

Adam Neu and Grant Ehlenfeldt topped the stacked field of anglers and brought 26-12 pounds to the scales, to take home the win and the Fall event “Bragging Rights”.  Just behind them in second place was Jake Becker and Tyler Meuller with a 25-02 sack.  Jimmy Doering and Dylan Jennerjohn hammered 24-15 to finish third.  Sid Johnson and Griffin Cole took fourth place with a nice 23-05 limit of brown fish.  Rounding out the top five was Steven Nooyen and Neil Vandervest with an even 23 pounds.  The Big Bass of the day went to the winners when they weighed a 5-14 lunker smallmouth.

Most teams said they caught several limits and culled a good part of the day.  They were catching them anywhere from 18 to about 30 feet deep on small plastics.  They had a great day of sunshine and a light breeze and not much wave activity.

Don’t forget to mark your 2024 calendar for the Spring Sturgeon Bay Open Bass Tournament.  It is usually the weekend following Mother’s Day each year and is a two-day event.  Check with Pamp’s Marine for all the details.

For full results from this event CLICK HERE.  To see photos CLICK HERE