2014 Bassmaster Classic Weight Competition

Published On February 17, 2014 »» By Dan Rice » Contests and Giveaways
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2014  Bassmaster Classic ContestReady to win a prize pack…from your fellow anglers? Then take a guess at the winning weight from the 2014 Bassmaster Classic! It’s simple, if you vote and comment below, you are acknowledging that if you lose, you will send the winner a prize. The correct guesser (or the closest without going over) will receive all of the baits and other fishing gear from the masses. Pretty cool right?

1. The first requirement: USA residents only.

2. Think of a prize that you are willing to give up and ship to the winner (if you lose). It could be a bag of soft plastics, a couple of jigs, or something else that another angler might use throughout the year. I would prefer new items, so let’s keep it unopened shall we?

3. Comment down below your overall 2014 Bassmaster Classic weight. Remember, this is a 3-day total weight!

4. Last rule, only one person can record a weight. Be sure to read through the already taken weights.

Sample Entry:
34lbs-2oz
Two bags of Roboworms

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Dan Rice is an outdoor writer from Spokane, Washington. He writes for his website, FHC Outdoors, and is a contributing writer to Western Bass Magazine. Be sure to visit his YouTube channel for action on film!

8 Responses to 2014 Bassmaster Classic Weight Competition

  1. Dan Rice says:

    76lbs-8oz
    Offering up 1 pack of Roboworms and 1 pack of #2 Owner Mosquito dropshot hooks
    Good luck everyone!

  2. Robert Trukositz says:

    83 lbs. 13oz.

  3. 84lbs 6oz.
    2 packs of JRS Custom Baits

  4. Justin Lunde says:

    78lbs 2oz

    Pack of roboworms and a couple jigs by J&J tackle

  5. anthony campbell says:

    72lb 9 oz. I will find something

  6. Kevin Lunde says:

    79 lbs 8 oz

    Bag of PTL food chain tubes and what ever else I can find in the bottom of my boat. LOL

  7. Jeff Grimes says:

    77lbs 7 oz

    4 hand made flipping jigs