Bassmaster Fishing 2022

LAKE GUNTERSVILLE ONLINE OPEN SERIES: SEPT 9 - 26

WHO’S READY FOR MORE?

The Lake Guntersville Online Open Series is next up on the competitive calendar. Boats can hit the water on September 9 with the final round ending after a Championship Weekend on September 26.
3 rounds of competitive Bass fishing are just around the corner, and we can’t wait to see who comes out on top. You have just under 7 days to head out on Lake Guntersville, find your spots, and make sure you have the right gear to secure a MONSTER BAG.
For those of you who are new to these tournaments, here’s a breakdown of how the event works.

Tournament

Rewards

Every player who takes part in the event will be rewarded with a participation jersey and the winner will be the only player in the world to receive the winner’s jersey. Keep scrolling to check ‘em out!

Lake Guntersville Lowdown

Lake Guntersville was created by the Guntersville Dam in 1939 and is named after the town of Guntersville which is said to have received its name from an early settler of that region, John Gunter.
In Bassmaster Fishing 2022, Lake Guntersville is a 42km2 stretch of water. To date over 4,000,000 fish have been caught with 1,130,918 of those being Largemouth Bass, 496,327 Spotted Bass, and 194,288 Smallmouth Bass. The saying goes “The early bird catches the worm” and that is certainly the case here with over half the total fish caught having been caught at sunrise!
Once again the Jenko Fishing, Jenkolistic Swimbait seems to be the lure of choice but will it be in your load out throughout the competition?
Good luck out there and tight lines
Bassmaster Fishing 2022
2 Sep
LAKE GUNTERSVILLE ONLINE OPEN SERIES: SEPT 9 - 26