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Alton Jones Jr. Goes All In for a 7-Pounder
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February 21, 2022 • Bass Pro Tour

QUITMAN, Texas – It was a risky and chilly decision, but Alton Jones Jr. says it was well worth it. On Sunday, he chose to strip down to his long johns and jump into 50-degree water to attempt to land a bass during Group B’s Qualifying Day 1 at the Toro Stage Two Presented by Grundéns. While there wasn’t a live MLF NOW! camera in his boat at the time, his GoPro was recording the whole thing. Listen to Jones explain what he went through to land a 7-pound, 14-ounce Lake Fork bass that he won’t soon forget.