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Old 08-12-2022, 04:21 AM
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A shout out to my good friend Bryan Labelle for winning the recent 3 day Major League Fishing event held here on Lake Champlain. There was a total of 434 anglers. He stayed in the hunt for day 1 and 2 and made the cut to compete for the championship along with the top 25. He crushed it on day 3 with the biggest bag of the tournament. His winning totaled $86,500 for 3 days on the lake.
I know a lot of fishermen and he is the best in my opinion.

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Old 08-21-2022, 04:20 AM
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Originally Posted by Champlain Islander View Post
A shout out to my good friend Bryan Labelle for winning the recent 3 day Major League Fishing event held here on Lake Champlain. There was a total of 434 anglers. He stayed in the hunt for day 1 and 2 and made the cut to compete for the championship along with the top 25. He crushed it on day 3 with the biggest bag of the tournament. His winning totaled $86,500 for 3 days on the lake.
I know a lot of fishermen and he is the best in my opinion.

That's a big "catch"!

-Jake
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Old 08-21-2022, 04:38 AM
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Yeah he is the real deal. In 2018 he beat all the pros who were in the B.A.S.S. open held here on Lake Champlain. He runs a very successful charter fishing business called Mega Bass Charters and wins several regional tournaments every year.

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Yeah he is the real deal. In 2018 he beat all the pros who were in the B.A.S.S. open held here on Lake Champlain. He runs a very successful charter fishing business called Mega Bass Charters and wins several regional tournaments every year.

Sounds like he knows the lake better than everybody else

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Old 08-21-2022, 05:45 AM
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That is part of it for sure but he puts a ton of time into finding new spots. One of the nicest guys on our big lake and I often see him on his charters taking kids out. His son Jake is an up and coming tournament bass angler too who has started to enter the large tournaments as a co-angler (back seat non pro) and done very well.

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