Lucas Oil Western Classic Pro/Am Championship | WWBT Ep. 5 2019
This is the tournament WWBT anglers have been fighting for all season long. The Lucas Oil Western Classic puts the top pro- and co-anglers on one of the oldest lakes in the country – Clear Lake.
Nick Salvucci of Atascadero, Calif. earned his 2nd Wild West Bass Trail (WWBT) championship honor at the 2019 Lucas Oil Western Classic on Clear Lake.
The victory was claimed with a tournament-total of 60.95 and marked Salvucci as one of the two anglers to carry the title of 2-time WWBT Western Classic champions (2017, 2019).
Bryant Smith is noted as the other angler with two trophies from the WWBT Western Classics (2016, 2018).
“I have a good average in the events, winning two of the three Western Classics that I’ve fished, “noted Salvucci. “I am glad that it happened on Clear Lake. It is one of my favorite bodies of water.”
Redding, Calif. co-angler Tony Zanotelli took the top-spot on the co-angler side with a three-day total of 52.60.
He believes his versatility was the major factor in his win.
“Fishing with three different pros, you have to be ready for anything,” he said. “We were fishing everything from the very south to the north-end. I had to do different things each day and make good decisions on changing it up.
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