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GALLERY: It’s a Battle For Top Spot at Stage Four Championship Round
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GALLERY: It’s a Battle For Top Spot at Stage Four Championship Round

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May 5, 2022 • Phoenix Moore, Josh Gassmann and Garrick Dixon • Bass Pro Tour

OSAGE BEACH, Mo. – Slow and steady is the pace at the Championship Round of Bass Boat Technologies Stage Four Presented by Bass Cat on Lake of the Ozarks. Jesse Wiggins took the lead with Dean Rojas hot on his trail at the close of Period 2 – Wiggins with eight bass weighing 18 pounds, 15 ounces and Rojas with six bass at 16-10.

Wiggins landed two scorable bass at the end of the second period to secure the lead, targeting boat docks and using a stick bait on a shaky head.

Heading into the third and final period, Rojas quickly took back the lead from Wiggins with a 3-3, but it’s still anyone’s game if one angler finds their sweet spot before lines out. Watch the MLF NOW! live stream to see how the anglers adjust to changing conditions and who will take home the Bass Pro Tour trophy!