A dream come true
The 31st Anniversary WON Bass U.S. Open was contested last week on Lake Mead. What has the reputation for being the toughest bass fishing tournament in the world once again lived up to its reputation. Lake Mead has often been a stingy host, and when factoring that the average daily weight for the event hovered around six pounds; Mead may have been at her cruelest.
Each year, the U.S. Open draws some of the biggest National pros to the desert, and the best anglers from the West certainly come out in full force for their showcase event. 2013 was no different as the usual National suspects entered and few who are new to the National scene. Pros like Rick Clunn, John Murray, Aaron Martens, Clifford Pirch, Brett Hite, Byron Velvick, Morizo Shimizu, Randy Blauket and Kevin Stewart all entered.
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