Huk’s Lee Livesay Pulls Off Win at the Bassmaster Elite Lake Fork
Apr 27th, 2021 by Keith Worrall
Modified Apr 27th, 2021 at 10:24 AM
Charleston, SC (April 26, 2021) Huk® performance fishing gear is committed to designing clothing for the hardcore angler and no angler embodies that commitment more than Lee Livesay. This past weekend, Livesay capped off an epic win of the Guaranteed Rate Bassmaster Elite at Lake Fork in Quitman, Texas. For Livesay, it was a monster final-day limit that weighed 42 pounds, 3 ounces, and ranks as the third-heaviest, single-day weight in Bassmaster history that sealed the deal. With a phenomenal four-day total of 112 pounds, 5 ounces, Livesay held off all competitors.
Spending his tournament in Little Caney Creek, Livesay rotated among several secondary points where bass were chasing big gizzard shad. His main spot — a bar extending off a small island — allowed him to sneak into range of bass schooling on the opposite side without spooking them. “I caught big ones everywhere I went,” he said. “I started off with big ones (a 9-2 at 7:14 a.m.) and ended with big ones (7-14 at 1:10 p.m.). It was just one of those surreal days, and it was amazing because I’ve spent a lot of time on this lake.”
Livesay’s triple-digit final weight earned him the prestigious honor of becoming a part of the B.A.S.S. Century Club (100 pounds or more in a 5-fish/4-day B.A.S.S. Tournament) Hailing from Longview, Texas, Livesay was able to secure the big win in front of friends and family, making everything that much sweeter.
Livesay relies on Huk clothing to keep him cool and comfortable on the water all year long. From shirts, pants, outerwear, rainwear, and footwear, Huk has anglers covered no matter the season or pursuit.
“Huk is incredibly proud of Lee and the way he performed and conducted himself this past weekend,” said Pete Angle, Chief Marketing Officer for Marolina Outdoor. “He is a fan-favorite on the Bassmaster Elite Tour. We’re very excited about this win for him and his family and are confident that he and other BASS anglers like him will continue to be solid ambassadors for our sport and brand.”