Steve Winslett brought over 23 pounds to the scales in an ABA victory on Lay Lake, all thanks to swim jigs and a 9.2-pound kicker.
Take a look back at some of the Big Bass winners in recent ABA tournaments.
Bryan Schmitt won the divisional season opener in an ABA tournament on the Potomac River.
Chris Whitson brought an impressive 26.67 pounds to the scales in an ABA victory on Lake Guntersville.
Robert Walser brought over 25 pounds to the scales in an ABA win on Lake Santee Cooper.
Take a look at some of the lunkers caught in recent ABA tournaments, including some nice 8- and 9-pounders.
Ron Yentz topped the field with an impressive 24.21-pound bag to take a tournament on Lake Kissimmee.
Here's a look back at some of the recent big bass caught in ABA tournaments, including a couple 10-pounders.
Larry Martin took home over $2,400 after winning a tight ABA tournament on Lake Murray, South Carolina.
Mike Chester's 20.53-pound five-fish limit was nearly five pounds greater than his next opponent as he easily wins an ABA tournament on Lake Sinclair.
Chris Dill won the Division 2 season-opener on Lake Martin with an 18.21-pound five-fish limit.
James Watkins' 10-pound bass helps him win an ABA tournament on Lake Toho, Florida, while his co-angler, Steven Davis, won his division.
A rundown of Big Bass at three different ABA tournaments, including an impressive 10-pound bass caught by James Watkins out of Lake Toho.
Bill Fugate caught ten bass for a total of 47.04 pounds to win an ABA tournament on Lake Okeechobee, Florida.
Pro angler Scott Dean talks about the reliability of Carlisle Trailer Tires, the official tire of the ABA.
Brian Clarke only needed eight fish to win a two-day ABA tournament on Lake Tawokani in Texas, while Dillon Pechal dominated the co-angler side of things, winning by over six pounds.
Jamie Hartman's five-fish limit of 16.79 pounds earned him an ABA win on Lake Oneida, while 17-year-old Andrew Zapf won the Co-angler Division with three fish weighing 10.01 pounds.
Cody Kemp proved he didn't need to practice by showing up on tournament day to win an ABA event on Lake Dardanelle, Arkasnas with a five-fish limit of 17.70 pounds. Randy Allen won the co-angler division with ease, beating the second-place finisher by over four pounds with a three-bass limit weighing 12.24 pounds.
Tom Kizziah won an ABA event on Lake Chickamauga with an impressive five-bass limit of 25.25 pounds, while Vince Sweeton was victorious on the co-angler side of things with a three-fish limit weighing 15.49 pounds.
Almost a year to the day, Lucas Ragusa defended his 2011 ABA tournament victory on Bayou Black, Louisiana with another win this year, bringing in 16.21 pounds. His co-angler, Ed Young Jr., won the co-angler divison with three bass weighing 7.78 pounds.
John Duvall's 15.89-pound five-fish limit was enough to win an ABA event on Lake Oconee, Georgia. Eugene Stinson brought in 7.60-pounds to win the co-angler division.
Tim Merkh caught plenty of fish in an ABA victory on Table Rock Lake, using a spinnerbait to bring in 17.72 pounds. Pat Lesicko's 11.50-pound three-fish limit earned him a co-angler division win, aided by a massive 6.55-pound kicker.
Clayton Williams Won an ABA event on High Rock Lake in North Carolina with a five-fish limit of 22.31 pounds. Charles Bowman won the co-angler division fishing really slow, bringing in 9.25 pounds.
Jeff Knight's 6.23-pound kicker helped him win an ABA event on Lake Chickamauga, with five bass totaling 21.34 pounds. On the co-angler side, Eric Cabrera followed up his ABA win on Guntersville with a victory at Chickamauga, doing so with three bass totaling 12.90 pounds.
Allan Glasgow lived the dream of anglers everywhere: fishing in the Bassmaster Classic, and it's all thanks to claiming the 2011 Bassmaster Weekend Series National Championship title.