Oklahoma’s Rick Clunn, one of the most storied anglers in professional bass fishing history, didn’t have the best of seasons in 2015 angling in Bassmaster Elite Series events across America. Clunn didn’t qualify for the 2016 Bassmaster Classic, an elite competition he’s won four times, along with Kevin VanDam, who many say is the greatest pro of all time.
“I really didn’t come close to qualifying, but I’m trying to reinvent myself right now,” the 69-year-old Clunn told The Times during a visit to the Bossier City Bass Pro Shops on Friday night. “I know where my success has been coming up on Rayburn and Toledo Bend.” That success has been with the ability to catch keepers in multitudes. Need someone to put 30 to 40 fish in the 2-pound range in your live well during the day? Clunn was your man. That ability comes from years of guiding on Toledo and Rayburn.
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