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That’s a Wrap!
The Minnesota Bass Tour has now concluded our 7th season! The usual seasonal comments still apply: “I can’t believe we are already done with the season.”
After all, it seems like we were just gathering for tourney #1 on Lake Koronis on June 4th!
So… What All Happened This Season?
This year we saw teams be successful that had limited winner’s circle exposure in past seasons. Their improvement was obvious.
Lake Vermilion TOC
MN Bass Tour Members gathered at Lake Vermilion for the last tournament of the year on September 9th and 10th. The Tournament of Champions (“TOC”) represents the MN Bass Tour’s final event of the year and is the only two day event of the year.
The cumulative weight over each day wins the largest payouts we have for the year and oftentimes results in significant shifting of teams as they ramble for Team of the Year points at the same time. Our weather was generally stable with sunny and 70 degree days Friday-Sunday and with south winds from 5-10 mph.
Lake Vermilion Day 1 Results Posted!
Team Flippin’ & Lippin’ (Mike Doughty and Tim Krebs) weighed in 18.20 lbs of Smallmouth goodness to start the weekend. They anchored their bag with a 4.85 lb hawg taking the 2nd big bass for the day. Last Cast (Paul Hecht and Mark Wessell) are in 2nd place and had the biggest bass for day 1, a 5.05 lb slobasaurus smallie.
Team of the Year
The Team of the Year points race is as tight as we’ve ever seen going into the last day! The top 6 teams are within 6 points of each other. Flippin’ Ain’t Easy leads the pack by only 1 point and there is no time to rest for them or any of the competitors!
See Day 1 Results and Team of the Race Here
There’s a lot at stake tomorrow for all our teams as we conclude the Minnesota Bass Tour Season!
The MN Bass Tour Grand Finale!
It’s the grand finale of this year’s MN Bass Tour and the conclusion of our 7th season brings us to the splendor of Lake Vermilion!
This year’s Tournament of Champions (“TOC”) promises to create one of the most dynamic endings for the Team of the Year race where 6 teams are within 9 points of each other and even a few others ready to pounce should top teams stumble!
Points are accumulated each day so there is potential for a lot of movement!
The MN Bass Tour held our second-ever catch and release tournament on the Chisago chain of lakes this past weekend. While not a customary weigh-in as far as tournaments go, the format drummed up excitement among MN Bass Tour Members who noted this style prevents the unnecessary stress on bass that can occur with the hot summer water temps.
We are here to report that the Chisago chain of lakes are alive and well in their catch and release state and in the end, it was a new team that came out on top, notching their first win ever on the tour!