🏆 42lbs Weighed at Bassmaster Elite Tournament?
May 5th, 2021 by Keith Worrall
Modified May 5th, 2021 at 11:16 AM
Focused ON SHAD, STEALTH AND MAPPING
When the Bassmaster Elite Series announced their return to Lake Fork in 2021, everyone knew Texas native and Lake Fork guide Lee Livesay would be a major contender.
But no one knew that he would drop an astounding 42 pounds and 3 ounces on the final day to win his second blue trophy and throw down the third-largest one-day limit in Bassmaster Elite Series history. Wow!
Lee Livesay’s win on Lake Fork
Thousands of bass fishing fans watched Bassmaster Live in astonishment as Livesay tossed around giant swimbaits and topwater plugs en route to a historic day and his first Bassmaster Century Belt.
Get all the details on how he snatched up 112lbs and 5oz on Lake Fork from the champ himself.
KEY HUMMINBIRD & MINN KOTA TOOLS USED BY
LEE LIVESAY AT LAKE FORK
LAKEMASTER® HD MAPPING
From easy-to-read contours, to highlighted depth ranges, to scrollable lake lists, you’ll have the tools you need to make the most of your limited time on the water. And with an ever-expanding list of available regions and lake maps exclusive to Humminbird owners, plus innovations like LakeMaster PLUS and SmartStrike, fish are running out of places to hide.
MINN KOTA RAPTOR SHALLOW WATER ANCHORS
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CHRIS ZALDAIN EXPLAINS HIS SWIMBAIT TECHNIQUE AND BOAT CONTROL AT LAKE FORK
Chris Zaldain is known for throwing big swimbaits and it’s a big focus of his during the spring and especially during this event on Lake Fork. Wind and boat positioning is critical to being efficient.
Here are some tips for how he targets pre and post-spawn largemouth on wind-blown points with swimbaits.