Rogne Brown does it again: 40.14 pounds.

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He is on a roll. Buddy of mine knows him and his nephew through the BFL. He's going to go fish with Michael this coming Fri as he practices for the CBA on sat.
 

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Michael Neal knows everything Rogne knows. He is not all that old yet and he is going to make some money in this sport.

I use to hold a a Friday afternoon dog fight that Micheal and Rogne would fish. They wouldn't fish together very often. Michael would fish a young guy and Rogne would fish with his dad. Seems like every week I was either paying Rogne or Michael the big bucks.
 

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With the A-Rig you either hero or zero. Sad part is a lot of the ones being the hero were the zero not long ago. I don't know this guy so I can't comment on him so don't take what I'm saying the wrong way.

I wish they would outlaw the rig myself. It's a fish catching machine but what's it doing to the fishery? I don't see where it can be any good. Imagine if every meat hunter starts throwing it and instead of releasing them to catch again they make a date on the plate. You know a lot of them do not follow game laws as far as limits stand now.
 

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That is unreal. I give more credit to the design on his boats live well to keep his and his co-anglers fish alive. I believe it said he had 37lbs also. Like to see him fish another lake.
 

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Rogne is definitely a good fisherman, he's been succesful on Guntersville and Douglas in addition to Chicamauga in the recent past.
 

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Tell him to come up on Ft.loudon May 4th and fish the Tim Irwin tournament. $10,000 to win and all the big boys around will be here. Its a good tournament for a great cause
 

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Here is the winning bag. Michael Meal and Rogne Brown display Rogne's BFL record catch. Rogne also won the big fish portion of the tournament with a 11.12 ounce Bass.

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arctic_cat said:
Tell him to come up on Ft.loudon May 4th and fish the Tim Irwin tournament. $10,000 to win and all the big boys around will be here. Its a good tournament for a great cause
Actually a great deal of the better local fisherman wont be in Tims Tourn this year, as there is a Morristown marine on Norris the same wknd giving away a 30k boat!
 

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Rogne can catch them. He's also had a 44 and a 37 this year to go along with the 40. It was 3 years ago, i believe, that he won a big derby here on Ky Lake(Triton Owner's, I think it was)
 

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I fish a lot of Tournaments and have caught some decent fish. Won a couple of them too.

I have fished with Rogne 3 times. Two of those trips were the best days I have had on the water. My best trip ever was with a shaky head worm, and Rogne was telling me how to do it. Shakey head is a lot more involved than just shaking a lure. The other trip was with jigs.

He isn't an umbrella rig one hit wonder. He is successful with a lot more than just that.
 

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