MDJ’s First Bassmaster Classic – Quicksilver Q Crew
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MDJ’s First Bassmaster Classic

Mark Daniels Jr (MDJ) reeled in 14th places his rookie year at the 2018 GEICO Bassmaster Classic. With catching the Berkley BIG Bass on Day 1 weighing 6-11. {No big deal.} That brought MDJ’s Day one total weight to 15-14.  That bass kept him in the game right where he needed to be going into day two. Day two brought nothing but success as he weighed in 5 fish at 10-11 bringing his Day two weight to 26-9. Day three MDJ weighed in 5 fish at 14-1 bringing his overall weight 40-10.

 

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