Deep-cranking Keith Combs’ “wrists of steel” kept him at the top for Day One and Two, but Combs’ mighty crankin’ power stalled temporarily in the early morning hours on Day Three.
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The world championship of bass fishing, the Toyota Texas Bass Classic was decided by a world record-breaking performance from two-time winner and defending TTBC Champion Keith Combs of Huntington, Texas. Combs broke the tour-level world record today with a amassing 110 pounds following three days of competition at historic Lake Fork.
QUITMAN, Tex. – Top pros from the PAA, Bassmaster and FLW (the TTBC is a unifying championship) that were on the fish yesterday stayed locked on them today – and it appears no one’s going to stumble tomorrow. It’s going to be a rumble Sunday on Lake Fork.
Pros in yesterday’s top ten – Keith Combs, [...]
By: Tyler Brinks, PAA
Amazingly the massive parade of big bags continued at Lake Fork on Day 2 at the Toyota Texas Bass Classic. It’s been an amazing week so far and the best is yet to come – the time to crown the 2014 TTBC champion tomorrow afternoon.
A Lucky Catch
As California pro Chris Zaldain came [...]
The Toyota Texas Bass Classic was conceived by current and former TPWD Commissioners Dan Friedkin and Donato Ramos, respectively, along with professional angler Kelly Jordon.
What happens when you bring fifty of the best bass pros in the world to one of the best bass lakes in the world? Well, this is what happens…
In a state as bass crazy as Texas, it takes a lot for a city to be able to claim the title of big bass capital of Texas. Nearby Quitman, TX has made that claim and can back it up after today’s weigh in.
Only Clausen has the unique chance to become the world’s first and only winner of bass fishing’s Triple Crown and he is currently in fifth place after Day 1 with 33-12 pounds.
The 2014 TTBC is underway for the eighth year of the event. Of the seven events so far, two have been won by Texan Keith Combs making him the undisputed king of the TTBC…for now.