Voting begins in March edition of Big Bass Contest users can help choose the March winner of the Big Bass Contest by voting from the three photos chosen from among the entries in the monthly contest. This month’s entries include some huge fish caught around the state.

Up for the latest award, which will include a $15 Sportsman Outdoor Store coupon and a free one-year subscription to Louisiana Sportsman magazine, are users Jared LeBlue (aka Rattle), Ron Wilbanks (known as rbwilbanks on the forum) and Andy Yerger (who goes by andy52887 on the site).

Click here to vote for your favorite among the monthly finalists. The entire photo gallery also is available.

Voting ends at the end of the day on Wednesday.

LeBlue’s entry shows a big Grand Bayou 8-pounder.

“My wife and I were prefishing for a tournament on Grand Bayou,” he explained. “We hadn’t been on the water for more than 20 minutes when I caught a nice 4-pound fish.

“About 10 casts later, I caught his 8-pounder.”

The fish was released.

Wilbanks entered a photo of him with a double-digit Toledo Bend sow.

“I caught this 10 ¾ (pounder) on March 6 …,” he said. “She fell for a Carolina-rigged worm in 5 feet of water. My cousin Zach netted the fish for me, and asked, ‘What is the biggest one I had ever caught,’ and I replied, ‘That one right there.’

“I was shaking so bad I had to sit down in my boat and get myself back together. Man, what a rush.”

The final entry by Yerger shows the user holding two fish that combined for aweigh of at least 14 pounds.

“I left work at 12:30 on a Friday afternoon to do a little fishing on Caddo Lake,” Yerger wrote. “I have been on some good fish, so with the full week of warm weather I figured the bite would be on.

“I had five bites total and boated four, and all were within 10 minutes of each other. My total weight was 27 (pounds) plus with two 7 (pound) plus kicker fish.”

April is the final month of the contest, so be sure and enter your bass photos today. But remember, only registered users of the site are eligible for the contest. If you haven’t already registered, just fill out the short registration form to get started today.

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Andy Crawford has spent nearly his entire career writing about and photographing Louisiana’s hunting and fishing community. While he has written for national publications, even spending four years as a senior writer for B.A.S.S., Crawford never strayed far from the pages of Louisiana Sportsman. Learn more about his work at www.AndyCrawford.Photography.

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