Berkley B.A.S.S. Nation event at Glenbawn: Report

New comer Justin Evans claimed his maiden title at the Glenbawn event.

WHAT a weekend it was out on Lake Glenbawn, NSW, for the second round of the Berkley B.A.S.S. Australia Nation Series.

According  to the organisers the event simply couldn’t have gone better with a positive, friendly attitude surrounding the tournament. The passion for tournament angling is alive and well, new faces, great support from the Berkley Team and a huge number bass weighed in at the location, made for one of the best tournaments we have ever been involved in.

A new comer to the pro ranks, Justin Evans, stepped up on Lake Glenbawn and claimed his maiden title in a super tight tournament. Fishing from a smaller platform, Evans went big and landed the largest sack of the final session to claim the $3,400 Berkley Cash. He instantly qualifies for the Championship in late August.

In the Co-Angler division, Cameron Ley also claimed his maiden title and had a very consistent tournament weighing in similar bags each session to claim his title.

The weather tested the anglers, with wind coming from the southeast for the entire duration, pushing up to around 40 kmph at stages and making the main basin almost impassable. The 47 boats still brought in 475 bass to the weigh station over the three sessions, which tells us that it’s time to head to Lake Glenbawn now!

For a full wrap up of all the winners, click HERE.

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