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Re: What are your Bass Champs Championship location predictions? [Re: Kevin Bryant] #12789329
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Originally Posted By: Kevin Bryant
I sure hope itís not the Red or Sabine. Itís our first full season of Champs, and all Iíve heard are nightmare stories about those places with torn up boats and such. Iíd be more than happy to go to Toledo or Rayburn, even though it gives those ETX guys a huge advantage... but it just sounds like a lot more fun than the rivers.


I won't be back I have fished the red for 10 days in my entire life and it has done nothing but break stuff and [censored] me off.

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Re: What are your Bass Champs Championship location predictions? [Re: Jake Shannon(Skeet4Life)] #12789339
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Originally Posted By: Jake Shannon(Skeet4Life)

Texoma would be neat IDK why Champs doesn't fish this in their N Texas division in the regular season,


Because from what I know, their turnout up there was dismal. It's a business so they have to do what's best for the business. I'd be good with any of the 3 lakes I mentioned but am torn which one I would prefer. We are only familiar with Lewisville, but I like the championship being somewhere away from home because we always make a 5 day trip out of it and rent a house. Texoma would be cool because there are a ton of houses to rent on the water.


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Re: What are your Bass Champs Championship location predictions? [Re: Mark Perry] #12789341
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I suck at the Red but I love fishing there. No worries about the wind, its beautiful. Got casinos and a place to drown your sorrows if you stink the first day!! lol



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Re: What are your Bass Champs Championship location predictions? [Re: Mark Perry] #12789345
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Re: What are your Bass Champs Championship location predictions? [Re: Champion1] #12789348
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Originally Posted By: Champion1
I suck at the Red but I love fishing there. No worries about the wind, its beautiful. Got casinos and a place to drown your sorrows if you stink the first day!! lol


We also suck there but always had fun. The place just isn't the same any more. Very limited grass and pads to go along with all kinds of new hazards and sand bars. I also personally think the flood flushed a HUGE number of the fish away. Only 2, yes TWO, out of 233 teams had 2 day limits last year. I'd go back to the Sabine before I go back to the Red. At least at the Sabine, we caught 50+ fish a day...the problem was those 50 fish together weighed a combined 25-30#.


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Re: What are your Bass Champs Championship location predictions? [Re: Mark Perry] #12789363
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Not going to texoma cause of boat # is lame excuse txtt don't have no problem drawing 200 plus there. Maybe last time they went there 12lbs was really good bag nowadays 16plus is what it takes to get check way better lake nowadays

Re: What are your Bass Champs Championship location predictions? [Re: Kevin Bryant] #12789367
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Originally Posted By: Kevin Bryant
I sure hope itís not the Red or Sabine. Itís our first full season of Champs, and all Iíve heard are nightmare stories about those places with torn up boats and such. Iíd be more than happy to go to Toledo or Rayburn, even though it gives those ETX guys a huge advantage... but it just sounds like a lot more fun than the rivers.
its not as bad as what most are telling you I have been to both numerous times and never torn anything. Sebine can get you on the tide though I almost got stuck on the other side of the bridge cause I lost track of incoming tide and was almost to high. Pulled plug took graphs off and windshield


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Re: What are your Bass Champs Championship location predictions? [Re: Mark Perry] #12789393
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I'm so confident that it will be the Red or Sabine that my partner and I have already nixed the idea of fishing it and cancelled our vacation requests. We are going to go to the TX shootout at Rayburn instead. Red and Sabine are just too hard on equipment to go catch tiny fish.

Re: What are your Bass Champs Championship location predictions? [Re: Mark Perry] #12789401
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I really hope its on the Sabine. Had a great time there last time.

Re: What are your Bass Champs Championship location predictions? [Re: Chris G] #12789408
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Originally Posted By: Chris G
Originally Posted By: Jake Shannon(Skeet4Life)

Texoma would be neat IDK why Champs doesn't fish this in their N Texas division in the regular season,


Because from what I know, their turnout up there was dismal. It's a business so they have to do what's best for the business. I'd be good with any of the 3 lakes I mentioned but am torn which one I would prefer. We are only familiar with Lewisville, but I like the championship being somewhere away from home because we always make a 5 day trip out of it and rent a house. Texoma would be cool because there are a ton of houses to rent on the water.

I don't understand their beef with Texoma. The only tournaments of theirs on Texoma I remember were the open tournaments in the fall. Bet they would draw plenty of the OK fisherman if they came there during the regular season.



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Re: What are your Bass Champs Championship location predictions? [Re: Mark Perry] #12789417
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From the outside looking in as I have no clue what they need to have to hold an event somewhere but Texoma would seem a great choice. Its huge, good fishing, easily accessible and a neutral site.

Re: What are your Bass Champs Championship location predictions? [Re: Mark Perry] #12789457
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Re: What are your Bass Champs Championship location predictions? [Re: Rockie Martin] #12789462
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Originally Posted By: Rockie Martin
Red River....Called Red River South and they are already booked....


Red is more dangerous than Sabine in my opinion. I like Sabine cause on day 2 anyone in the top 50 has a shot at winning a boat. Can't do that anywhere else. Sucks if it's on red AGAIN. Heck I'd rather it be on Rayburn and listen to everyone complain about locals. At least fishing would be sick and turnout would be good

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Red River....Called Red River South and they are already booked....


Red is more dangerous than Sabine in my opinion. I like Sabine cause on day 2 anyone in the top 50 has a shot at winning a boat. Can't do that anywhere else. Sucks if it's on red AGAIN. Heck I'd rather it be on Rayburn and listen to everyone complain about locals. At least fishing would be sick and turnout would be good

Bass champs has lost my interest for fishing a whole season with them since they started picking these gar hole rivers to fish. Ain't worth the time and money to mess with em ill stick to TXTT

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