Bassmaster Elite Series pro Stephen Browning positioned himself just out of the lead after two days of fishing yesterday, and capitalized today to win the Red River Bassmaster Central Open for the second year in a row.
Gonzales’ Gerald Spohrer moved into the lead of the Bassmaster Central Open stop at the Red River today with a two-day total of 28 pounds, 14 ounces after first-day leader Aaron Johnson managed less than 7 pounds.
Shreveport’s Aaron Johnson made the most of his home-field advantage yesterday to grab the first-day lead in the Bassmaster Central Open being held this weekend at the Red River with a five-fish limit weigh-in in at 20 pounds, 8 ounces.
My favorite sunglasses of all time were a pair of glass-lensed Costa del Mars (that’s what the company name was back in those days). The amber lenses literally opened up a new world to me every time I hit the water.
After a slow opening day on Friday, Trapper Munn and Dustin Perkins picked up the pace Saturday with five fish weighing 11-3, enough to win the Carhartt Bassmaster College Series Central Regional on the Ouachita River with a two-day total of 19 pounds, 6 ounces.