When you fish a tournament trail that hits 10 different waterways in nine states, earning an "Angler Team of the Year" title calls for serious consistency. Now think about doing the same thing two years in a row.
By Tim Huffman
June 14, 2011
Yamamoto team Bill Braswell and Dan Dannenmueller are making a strong run for the points championship in the 2011 Bass Pro Shops Crappie Masters tournament trail. Going into the Truman Lake, Missouri tournament the team had a slim 30 point lead. I caught up to the team at Truman.
When did you decide to go after the points championship?
Braswell says, “After a few tournaments we looked at the situation and decided to go for it. We were 17 points behind at the time. We’ve gradually moved into the lead. The Truman tournament is critical because there are 86 teams which means if we have a bad finish the other teams can get a lead on us.”Share
The Fourth Annual Porter Wagoner Fishing Tournament, sponsored by Gary Yamamoto Custom Baits and Costa Del Mar, went off without a hitch a couple weekends ago. Fish were caught, songs were sung, and everyone had a grand old time!Share
Crappie Master pros move into the lead in the 2011 Crappie Masters “Angler Team of the Year” points race championship. Crappie pros Bill Braswell and Dan Dannenmueller currently hold the lead with 1247 points following their last tournament at Lake Of The Ozarks MO. Only a mere 15 points separate the team from the second place pro team of Reedy and Reedy with 1232 points.
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