Micah Frazier Claims His First BASS Elite Trophy
Tulsa, Okla. – Lowrance®, a world-leader in fishing electronics since 1957, dominated the Bassmaster Elite at the St. Lawrence River in Waddington, NY. Micah Frazier won his first Bassmaster Elite tournament on Sunday, edging out fellow Lowrance anglers Scott Canterbury and Steve Kennedy, who placed third and sixth respectively.
Frazier began the final day in 10th place – 4-pounds, 10-ounces behind the leader. He brought in 25-pounds, 9-ounces on Sunday to win by 14 ounces. The Georgia pro focused on areas 18 to 40 feet deep, keeping his line perfectly vertical under the boat while drifting with the current. Frazier has been fishing the Elite Series since 2016, but this year has captured two third-place finishes (Toyota Bassmaster Texas Fest on Lake Fork and the Bassmaster Elite at Lake Hartwell) along with his win on the St. Lawrence.
Canterbury’s third-place showing at the St. Lawrence puts him in first place in the Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year race with only three events remaining. He was awarded $1,000 for taking the lead.
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