The dirty Bassasins aka Shawn W and Sam F challenged team Northshore to yet another Dorito challenge. History of the challenge aside, it is exactly what the title suggests, the losers give the winning team a bag of doritos. The bassasins did NOT bring a bag and should of been disqualified right there and then. Sam and his infinite smugness said it wont be needed.
Now I should rip these guys a new one for labelling me a cheater in the Horn pond challenge. I will play nice.
I picked up some 3 lb + fish very early in the day, followed by a 4.4. Roger picked up an unexpected smallie and later in the day matched my 4.4. We had an 18 lb bag at days end.
Knowing these guys have been training hard, avoiding all organized events all year, trying to up their game for round 3, I had no idea what they had. It turns out they had a 4.2 that fell out of the boat when they tried weighing it. Tough luck guys, perhaps a bobber and worm event held onshore with helmets is more along the lines of what you need. Fish falling out of the boat did not matter anyway as 4.4 is bigger than 4.2.
on Another note, it kind of looked like Shawn was taking off his underwear across the lake. I have no idea why and quite frankly it disturbed me a bit. Perhaps he can shed some light?
All in all a fun day and I almost feel bad that they are 0-3 in their own challenge. A for effort guys. lol
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