Benboy
Hello everyone. Life as real estate agent in Lake County is tough these days. As a result I am offering my services as a guide and instructor on Clearlake. (Lake Sonoma is also possible)

Many of you don't know me. My name is Benno Heune. I am an original founder of the SCBBBC and have been bass fishing for over 30 years. I have fished tournaments on and off for over 20 years. I have a well rounded knowledge of bass fishing techniques, tournament fishing and Clearlake itself. My personal specialties are: Flipping, Jig fishing, Reaction Baits, and overall fish finding, as well as tournament strategy and management. If you have any interest in improving your skills and learning about Clearlake please give me call, or send me an e-mail.

If you are wondering who the hell is this guy and why would I want to fish with him, talk with Todd Iwamoto, Rich Caro, and Bill Sweat. They can give you pretty good idea if it would be worth your time and money.

I have an 18ft Skeeter bass boat that runs well. It is better for one person but I can accomodate two people. I am looking to charge $100 per day plus gas.(The boat holds 15 gallons so about $45.00 max.) This rate would be for one or two people. Although I can be an effective guide I think the best thing I can provide is solid instruction in all aspects of bass fishing. I look forward to talking with you.


Benno - 707-696-6027 or 707-274-9277
E-mail: Benno@Countryair.com
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Duffany
I started out in the morning heading right i went a good ways and theses nice clumps of tullies caught my eye. I threw my blade between them and bam a nice 4 pounder.I kept on gonig down the tullies and about a half an hour later i got into some fish. i got my limit in 10 minutes. I was stoked now i just neeed to upgrade. Thats when i hooked into my 7 1/2 lb. I was stoked. I kept on going down and missed 2 fished that would haved helped and i had a 3 pounder shake me off at the boat.Then the bite shutdown and i came in with 16.18. Good job to Bill and his bearhug fish and good job to rich for the win.


p.s.
Rich I'm coming for you.
Top Five Bass of 2012
1. 7.5 lb Sonoma, Frog
2. 5.16 Delta, Senko
3. 5 lb Clearlake, Senko
4. 5 lb Clearlake, Senko
4. 4.84 lb
5. 4.62 lb Clearlake



2007 Scbbbc Rookie of the Year
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BASSCAT
Lets here the offical results. I guess Rich took first place but how did everyone else place.
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billythekidd44
Good job dude,your having a helluva rookie season! Keep it going I want to see you make it to the TOC.
"Knowledge speaks, but wisdom listens." Jimi Hendrix
http://www.scbbbc.com/bassanglerprofiles/billsweatt.htm
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basserdave
Congrats Anthony. That was brutal to get second by 1 100th of a ounce. Oh well you have plenty of chances ahead of you. Good job.

2008 Scbbbc Angler of the Year

2007 Scbbbc Co-Angler of the Year

http://www.scbbbc.com/bassanglerprofiles/davesternitzke.htm

2014 Top 5 bass

1 9.1 lbs The Pond Bobby's Perfect Frog
2 8.5 lbs The Pond Zoom Trick Worm
3 7.4 lbs The Pond Spro Lipless 
4 7.4 lbs The Pond Spro Lipless 
5 6.7 lbs The Pond Senko

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CatchemCaro
You da man homie!
That one was yours dude. I thought for sure you had it in the bag. I thought I only had 14 or so pounds. 1-100th is perty close. It must be that cool Bucksbag that your fishing from that's helping you catch toads.
I have a good feeling your going to slay at Clear Lake big daddy. Catchya later

Rich
Scbbbc Founder &  President "Fish fear Bass Tech Kickboats & Round Tubers" Want a new swim bait? http://catchemcarobaits.com/index.html
http://www.scbbbc.com/bassanglerprofiles/richcaro.htm
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