Big smallmouth the real star of Canadian Open.
By Luigi De Rose
|Steve Voros wins with 67.05 lbs (Photo: Bob Mahoney)|
When the scales finally settled, Steve Voros overcame the Climpsons, father and son, who dominated the first two days. With a last day limit of 23.15 lbs, Voros claimed the trophy with a three day creel of 67.05 lbs. Paul Climpson, father, grabbed second with 66.1 lbs., Third went to Joe Fonzi with 65lbs. Fonzi landed the largest limit of the event with a Sunday bag of giants that totalled 25.65 lbs. Forth, Cal Climpson, son, 64.45 lbs and fifth went to legendary angler Bob Izumi with 60.95 lbs.
|A 7.2 lb Lake Ontario beast caught by|
Darren Izumi (photo Yvonne Brown)
The Canadian Open was another stellar event held in Kingston, Ontario Canada. For three days the weather was hot, humid and fairly calm which allowed anglers to fish their best locations with ease and the fish didn't disappoint. Big bass of the event went to Darren Izumi, son and cameraman of Bob Izumi. This 7.2 lb smallmouth is Darren's personal best.
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