Outdoors with Ed - Bass Master Disaster
2005 Champions Eddie and Charlton Norris
Terry Butler weighs in the big fish of the tournament- 5.9lbs.
with nice fish caught
at Indian Mounds
Johnny Jackson shows off Big Fish winner from 1998
Past champions Trey Rhodes and Bill Henderson happy
about their winning stringer in the 1998 tournament
Frank Hiley holds up two keepers
Charlton Norris with a net full of fish heads to the scales
Rookies at the 1998 tournament John Gray Walker and Neal Andrew were so scared they brought a dog
Tournament Chief Executive Officer Eddie Norris is ready for the weigh-in. Do fish fear him or his brother Charlton?
Pearson's Cabin on beautiful Lake Seminole home of Pearson's Bassmaster Disaster
Scott Pearson, Eddie Norris and Russ Pearson pose for a picture after board meeting.
2006 Campions Pro Anglers Jim Murrey and Rob hold up the winning stringer.
Trey Rhodes shows off two lunkers including a 7.6 pounder that got him big fish and 2nd place. Boo Henderson shows off his partner.
Troy Pickett holds a nice 7.1 pounder that clinched 3rd place.
Scott Pearson hands Bill Henderson his 2006 hat and t-shirt
Chief Executive Officer Eddie Norris goes over rules and regulations before calcutta
Tournament Officers try to separate the Pros from the Joes.
Jim Henderson and Scott Wilson hang loose at the Calcutta Party
Hotty Scotty counts his money from a big win on the craps table.
Team BF Goodrich John Pearson and Chuch Polluck are happy because they are On Fish.
Everyone looks to see the final number on the largest calcutta in Disaster History.
John Pearson checks the scales as Ron Pearce and Dennis Red weigh in their 5th place stringer.
Russ and Sam Pearson hoping for a bite.
Pro Angler Tom Hamlin has his Triton wrapped in Thermacell
Last year Champions Eddie and Charlton Norris pound the stumps with crank baits while Eddie thinks about the one that got away.
The tournament over and Eddie Anderson has packed his suitcase and is going home.
Joey Weaver shows off last place prize - a Crown Royal Reel and Hat.
Tom Kelly holds up a nice 7.2 lb. Lake Seminole Lunker the 2nd largest fish of the tournament.
Frank Hiley with his largest ever Lake Seminole Bass
Scott Pearson and his partner Eddie Anderson (not pictured) settled for 4th place with a stinger of hawgs caught on frogs.
Past Champions Dan Daniel and
Gary Hunter didn't have much luck this year but still had a good time.
2007 Bass Master Disaster
Scott Pearson and Eddie Anderson are hoping to catch the kicker they need to put them in the money.
Bob Moore is having a bad day on the water after breaking his trolling motor at 9:30 am.
Bailey Gross and Doug Schorr weigh in a nice stringer of fish.
Tripp Walden is always good for at least one big fish.
Joey Weaver took home last place in 2006 but knows he is in the money with this 8.5 lb. monster.
Joey Weaver tells everyone what they can do with their “Boiled Ham”.
Joey Weaver and David Bailey (aka the Naked Netter) show off a nice stringer that clinched 2nd place and big fish.
Hal Harper must have caught this fish on a “Chatter Bug”!
John Pearson’s biggest fish of the day was a hybrid.
Scott Wilson with a nice fish.
Sam Pearson happy to finally catch a nice fish on the day of the tourney.
Charlton and Eddie Norris had just enough weight to take home their 4th Bassmaster Championship.
Bill Henderson had already released his 5.8 lb bass that placed him and his partner, John Pearson, in 4th place. What do you say about that Trey?
Ed Beckham had to settle for 17th place but still happy with his Jeff Gordan rod and reel.
The tournament is over and everyone is hanging out and telling lies at Reynolds Landing Fish Camp.
Joey Weaver holds up his new favorite lure, a white and chartreuse spinner bait.
Scott and Martin Wilson finished out of the money but still had a good time.
Tournament Executive Officer Eddie Norris making sure there are no pros present for the Calcutta.
A group gathers around the craps table….do you feel lucky?
Bob Moore and Eddie Norris are feeling lucky!!!
Eddie Norris won $3000.00 on the craps table and another $2,500 in the fishing tournament.
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