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#12767778 - 05/24/18 08:52 AM Balog on the Lambert/Haynes Kentucky Lake Situation
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http://www.bassfan.com/opinion_article.asp?ID=1499#.WwbDV0gvyUk

I don't think I would have quit, but I can certainly understand Hayne's feelings.
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#12767800 - 05/24/18 09:04 AM Re: Balog on the Lambert/Haynes Kentucky Lake Situation [Re: fouzman]
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Lambert be like:
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#12767828 - 05/24/18 09:19 AM Re: Balog on the Lambert/Haynes Kentucky Lake Situation [Re: fouzman]
FlatBack4 Offline
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Registered: 10/29/16
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Loc: Fairview, TX
Anglers? Sportsmen? I don't think so.

What sportsman avoids hates competition?

Typical redneck, nouveau primadonnas. They've heard all their lives that it's "rude" to fish in another man's spot. Paleeez!

If you can't run with the big dogs....

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#12767831 - 05/24/18 09:21 AM Re: Balog on the Lambert/Haynes Kentucky Lake Situation [Re: fouzman]
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I dont know the full situation here as that article was difficult to follow since I dont watch the sport or follow the Pro's, but I do wonder if most people feel the game starts at first cast or at boat launch? I am not saying that I would ever go to another guys spot that was obviously winning, but this one seems like it was both of their spot and it was a race to get there first.

I have always felt the game started at launch, it is the reason boat number matters and faster boats keep being built.

And just to be clear, I think it would be wrong if one angler watched another on day 1 and then beat him to his spot on day 2. But if it was just a race to the spot both had found on their own, then I dont see an issue with what Lambert did. Its just a "he said she said" at this point and I have no idea who is the "He" and who is the "She" on this one.

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#12767849 - 05/24/18 09:29 AM Re: Balog on the Lambert/Haynes Kentucky Lake Situation [Re: FlatBack4]
Jake Shannon(Skeet4Life) Offline
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Originally Posted By: FlatBack4
Anglers? Sportsmen? I don't think so.

What sportsman avoids hates competition?

Typical redneck, nouveau primadonnas. They've heard all their lives that it's "rude" to fish in another man's spot. Paleeez!

If you can't run with the big dogs....

Haynes is the DOG pretty sure he got tired of fighting over spots considering he probably gets hole jumped/followed and cut off every day on the TVA lakes that he has dominated on for 20 years.

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#12767927 - 05/24/18 10:33 AM Re: Balog on the Lambert/Haynes Kentucky Lake Situation [Re: fouzman]
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"But Haynes' decision to pull out – whether justified or not – made the real statement of the tournament. I’d guess this type of run-in is happening more and more and anglers like Haynes, who still feel the unwritten code should be honored, are becoming a thing of the past. As the sport transforms, the gentleman’s agreements are no longer valid and bass fishing, like so much of our society, becomes a game of push and shove, me first, and the heck with everyone else."

Maybe the most important paragraph in the article, and its a damn shame.
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#12767943 - 05/24/18 10:41 AM Re: Balog on the Lambert/Haynes Kentucky Lake Situation [Re: fouzman]
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^^^^^ THIS
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#12767946 - 05/24/18 10:43 AM Re: Balog on the Lambert/Haynes Kentucky Lake Situation [Re: FlatBack4]
TxBazzn Offline
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Originally Posted By: FlatBack4
Anglers? Sportsmen? I don't think so.

What sportsman avoids hates competition?

Typical redneck, nouveau primadonnas. They've heard all their lives that it's "rude" to fish in another man's spot. Paleeez!

If you can't run with the big dogs....


It’s called etiquette. This scenario was unique and I think they could’ve shared (in this specific scenario) but you sound like you’re promoting running a bent pole pattern. If you can’t find them on your own don’t tread on the guy who did.


Edited by TxBazzn (05/24/18 10:46 AM)

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#12767949 - 05/24/18 10:45 AM Re: Balog on the Lambert/Haynes Kentucky Lake Situation [Re: Jake Shannon(Skeet4Life)]
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Originally Posted By: Jake Shannon(Skeet4Life)
Originally Posted By: FlatBack4
Anglers? Sportsmen? I don't think so.

What sportsman avoids hates competition?

Typical redneck, nouveau primadonnas. They've heard all their lives that it's "rude" to fish in another man's spot. Paleeez!

If you can't run with the big dogs....

Haynes is the DOG pretty sure he got tired of fighting over spots considering he probably gets hole jumped/followed and cut off every day on the TVA lakes that he has dominated on for 20 years.


This... people just don't get the amount of guys following him in every event including practice days. It wasn't always like this. He did his homework and he frustrated at the how the game is more about getting info from others now.

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#12767951 - 05/24/18 10:48 AM Re: Balog on the Lambert/Haynes Kentucky Lake Situation [Re: Bullet20XrD]
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Originally Posted By: Bullet20XrD
"But Haynes' decision to pull out – whether justified or not – made the real statement of the tournament. I’d guess this type of run-in is happening more and more and anglers like Haynes, who still feel the unwritten code should be honored, are becoming a thing of the past. As the sport transforms, the gentleman’s agreements are no longer valid and bass fishing, like so much of our society, becomes a game of push and shove, me first, and the heck with everyone else."

Maybe the most important paragraph in the article, and its a damn shame.


Amen!
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#12768027 - 05/24/18 11:38 AM Re: Balog on the Lambert/Haynes Kentucky Lake Situation [Re: Bullet20XrD]
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Originally Posted By: Bullet20XrD
"But Haynes' decision to pull out – whether justified or not – made the real statement of the tournament. I’d guess this type of run-in is happening more and more and anglers like Haynes, who still feel the unwritten code should be honored, are becoming a thing of the past. As the sport transforms, the gentleman’s agreements are no longer valid and bass fishing, like so much of our society, becomes a game of push and shove, me first, and the heck with everyone else."

Maybe the most important paragraph in the article, and its a damn shame.

+100

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#12768050 - 05/24/18 11:48 AM Re: Balog on the Lambert/Haynes Kentucky Lake Situation [Re: fouzman]
redskeet100 Offline
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Can't understand why he would quit, especially being at the top of the leaderboard. Call the guy an MF'er and then go to another hole and dig up some fish. Sound like Lambert didn't go there on Friday, but did again on Sat and maybe Haynes was there Friday and since he didn't see him there he felt he was infringing on his spot on Saturday. I get it, you're mad, but best way to stick it to the guy is go somewhere else and filly your bag.

Quitting and just wasting 4500 dollars and whatever was spent on travel accommodations is just ridiculous.

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#12768067 - 05/24/18 11:58 AM Re: Balog on the Lambert/Haynes Kentucky Lake Situation [Re: fouzman]
shotgunwilly Offline
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He still got 12th. Lol.


Edited by shotgunwilly (05/24/18 12:01 PM)

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#12768077 - 05/24/18 12:03 PM Re: Balog on the Lambert/Haynes Kentucky Lake Situation [Re: fouzman]
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I guess they did not discuss it with each other and probably didn't know they were both fishing the same spot. One guy was there in the morning the other was there in the afternoon so they never saw each other. Haynes IMO just got redneck mad at someone fishing "HIS" spot. Kinda dumb IMO with that much on the line.
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#12768093 - 05/24/18 12:18 PM Re: Balog on the Lambert/Haynes Kentucky Lake Situation [Re: fouzman]
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Snowflake Haynes, “He’s in my spot, I’m gonna take my lead and go home!” stir
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