Bass Photo Contest Voting Begins

Jeff Dennis

May 06, 2011 at 6:54 pm  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Jonathan Cooley caught this pond bass on a single-bladed Terminator spinnerbait
Jonathan Cooley caught this pond bass on a single-bladed Terminator spinnerbait
The first NorthCarolinaSportsman.com monthly Bass Photo Contest voting session is set to begin on Friday May 6 and will run for three days through Sunday May 8. Winners will determined by our site users, who will choose from a selection of photos entered during April.

Anyone can take part in the voting! After entries are voted on by our users, the monthly winner will receive a free one-year magazine subscription and a $25 gift coupon to the Outdoor Store good for all manner of Official Sportsman Gear.

Clay Reed of Scotland County started of the year right when he caught this big bass. He wrote that she smashed a senco worm in watermelon and red-flake rigged with a gamakatsu #2 wide-gap hook.

Kyle Kiziah is known as 'fishingmedic' on the forum and he caught this big bass while fishing in a club tournament. This 6.92-pound Lake Tillery lunker took a crankbait that was fished along a natural rock bank and was the largest fish he caught that day.

Jeremy Revis of Rockingham was fishing with his buddy and was ready when this HOSS DADDY big bass ate his crankbait on just his second cast of the day. The fish went 11-pounds 3-ounces and Revis wrote that it had a big ole pot belly!

Jaime Fajardo of Wake County shares his TOAD from Harris Lake. He caught his big bas in two feet of water on March 4 in 52-degree water, and it weighed 10-pounds 3-ounces.

Only registered users of NorthCarolinaSportsman.com are eligible to win these contests. Anyone can enter their photos on the contest gallery, but only registered users will be selected by the Sportsman staff to compete in the voting.

Itís never too late to get registered so you can be eligible for the contest!

The bass photo contest is heating up with summer, and readers are invited to post their photos on the gallery.






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