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Between August 16th and August 21st, 50 anglers headed out on their fast bass boats into the St. Lawrence River to try to become the champion of the 2022 Tackle Warehouse TITLE presented by Mercury. Over four days, these fishing pros battled for the top spot, but in the end, Arkansas native and Blazer Pro Spencer Shuffield took home the top prize of $200,000. Shuffield’s haul came out to 22 pounds, 12 ounces, beating out the next highest catch by those 12 ounces. While the weather cooperated for the first three days, the final day had an extra challenge in the form of a rainstorm. Although the wind died down after about 20 minutes, the rain kept it up for hours. Ultimately, the St. Lawrence River is known for its vast amounts of smallmouth bass, so even with unfavorable conditions, it’s not surprising that the competitors were able to come away with large catches on the final day.
Bass fishing boats are like any other vehicle. You have to maintain them for a lifetime of good, reliable performance. Neglect your bass boat, and you can expect poorer performance and even a breakdown, possibly ruining your day out fishing. What are some ways you can ensure that your bass fishing boat will serve you with many years of fishing fun?