The 2017 Bassmaster Classic Field: Facebook Challenge

Casey Ashley, Donalds, S.C. (8)
Drew Benton, Panama City, Fla. (1)
Hank Cherry, Maiden, N.C. (3)
Jason Christie, Park Hill, Okla. (5)
Keith Combs, Huntington, Texas (6)
Cliff Crochet, Pierre Part, La. (3)
Ott DeFoe, Knoxville, Tenn. (6)
Boyd Duckett, Guntersville, Ala. (8)
Brent Ehrler, Newport Beach, Calif. (2)
James Elam, Tulsa, Okla. (2)
Edwin Evers, Talala, Okla. (16)
Todd Faircloth, Jasper, Texas (15)
John Garrett, Union City, Tenn. (1)
Shaw Grigsby, Gainesville, Fla. (16)
Greg Hackney, Gonzales, La. (14)
Skylar Hamilton, Dandridge, Tenn. (1)
Wil Hardy, Harlem, Ga. (1)
Charlie Hartley, Grove City, Ohio (2)

Brett Hite, Phoenix, Ariz. (5)
Randy Howell, Guntersville, Ala. (15)
Michael Iaconelli, Pittsgrove, N.J. (18)
Alton Jones Sr., Lorena, Texas (18)
Alton Jones Jr., Lorena, Texas (1)
Steve Kennedy, Auburn, Ala. (8)
Timothy Klinger, Boulder City, Nev. (1)
Bobby Lane, Lakeland, Fla. (10)
Ryan Lavigne, Gonzales, La. (1)
Jordan Lee, Vinemont, Ala. (3)
Dave Lefebre, Erie, Pa. (2)
Jared Lintner, Arroyo Grande, Calif. (6)
Bill Lowen, Brookville, Ind. (9)
Justin Lucas, Guntersville, Ala. (3)
Aaron Martens, Leeds, Ala. (18)
Ish Monroe, Hughson, Calif. (10)
Andy Montgomery, Blacksburg, S.C. (3)

Darrell Ocamica, Fruitland, Idaho (1)
Takahiro Omori, Emory, Texas (12)
Brandon Palaniuk, Hayden, Idaho (7)
Clifford Pirch, Payson, Ariz. (4)
Jacob Powroznik, Port Haywood, Va. (3)
Skeet Reese, Auburn, Calif. (17)
Dean Rojas, Lake Havasu City, Ariz. (15)
Bradley Roy, Lancaster, Ky. (1)
Wesley Strader, Spring City, Tenn. (2)
Gerald Swindle, Guntersville, Ala. (16)
Randall Tharp, Port St. Joe, Fla. (4)
Kevin VanDam, Kalamazoo, Mich. (26)
Jesse Wiggins, Cullman, Ala. (1)
Jason Williamson, Wagener, S.C. (2)
Chris Zaldain, San Jose, Calif. (3)

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HUTD Tip Of The Month- March

One question I get often is what to do when there is heavy fishing pressure on a specific lake. One thing I do is try and downsize; for me that means going to a V&M trickster 6.5" worm. I like to Texas rig it with a 3/16 tungsten weight and a 2/0 Gamakatsu wide gap Super Hook. This combo has really put a lot of fish in my live well when the bite is tough and fish are pressured heavily. I like the 3/16 weight and 2/0 hook combo because I feel it allows me to get the most action out of this bait. Going with a heavier weigh I feel impedes the special action of the Trickster worm. I also like to use 14 or 15 pound Seaguar Inviz Fluorocarbon line unless I'm fishing heavy cover like flipping bushes in which case I'll use braid with a 17 pound fluorocarbon leader. I think line size is also critical in getting the most out of this entire set up. Try and get away with as light a line as possible. Good luck and don't forget to set the hook!!!!