The 2007 World Championship tournament season came to a sweeping finish with once again a Southern California Surf fisherman capturing the World Championship Silver Cup with an astonishing 804 confirmed catches and a Southern California Team capturing the 2007 World Champion Surf Casting Team title with over 1607 confirmed catches in the 45-week tournament season.
While Southern California OC Guerillas continue their unprecedented domination of the 2007 World Championship Tournament season, Eastern Coast World Championship Surf Fishing Anglers have almost faded off the beaches in respect as some of the best Surfcaster in the world. But one lone Eastern Coast World Championship Surf Fishing Angler was like A-Rod is to the Yankee, saving the US East Coast a little dignity and respect. 2-weeks ago
It was Montauk Madness for New York World Championship Top Contender Wedge who caught a 2-day fishing frenzy of migrating Stripper Bass headed south for the winter. It was a story book catching frenzy for the young World Championship angler with his rod and reel screaming landing over 100 stripper bass ranging anywhere from 12-31.5lbs. in a two days stretch.
Wedge accomplish his 100 catches feat with a pencil popper lure, darter lure and his girlfriend sitting on the beach keeping track of his catches. The only problem Wedge had during his magnificent outings was replacing bent treble hooks on his lure and swapping his camera batteries into his digital scale to keep track of the weights.
One week away from the beginning of the final quarter in the 2007 tournament season. The normally mundane summer session of the 45-week tournament was full of dramatics both on and off the field of competition leaving gaps in the champion positions.
Angler Throws Tantrum In Tournament And Withdraws While Competition Continues
Fishing Frenzy Battle for World Championship Supremacy In Singapore Straits
Delmarva Surf Fishing Anglers Are Catching To Close The Gap On The West Coast
And Australian Takes The Field