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GALLERY: Championship Round Showmanship
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GALLERY: Championship Round Showmanship

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February 12, 2020 • Garrick Dixon • Bass Pro Tour

EUFAULA, Ala. – Just when we thought things wouldn’t get too exciting, 2019 Stage Seven winner Jacob Wheeler decided to blow things out of the water. In the final period alone, he caught 14 bass for 42-plus pounds, topping SCORETRACKER® with 68 pounds and taking home the Stage One win. Catch some of the Top 10’s on-the-water action as the B&W Trailer Hitches Stage One Presented by Power-Pole pros duked it out for the winning title and $100,000 payday.