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Shane Lineberger of Lincolnton, N.C., caught 13 bass weighing 42 pounds, 3 ounces over three days to win the Oct. 14-16 BFL Lake Guntersville Regional Championship. Linberger earned a Chevy truck and Ranger boat along with a trip to the BFL All-American for his efforts. On the final day, he fished grass north of Salty Creek with Heddon spooks and a Brian's Crankbaits Scatter Bee in chartreuse and white.


" Brian’s Crank

baits are by far the best hand crafted crank baits available today. The entire Bee series covers all depths of the water column from the .05 to the Deep Bee. These baits are made from the finest balsa wood. In addition, they are all crafted one at a time, which gives each one a unique "fish catching" action. A competitive bass fisherman today needs something a little different to stay on top of the competition. Brian’s Crank baits will give you that advantage.

Don’t forget about Brian’s Top water series from the Buzzing Bee and Prop Bee#3 to the Top Bee. You’ll need these lures to get that big fish to bite. I have personally won nearly eight thousand dollars this year using Brian’s Crank baits. These prizes include a first place finish at the B.F.L Super Tournament on Lake Murray where one hundred percent of the fish were caught on the Prop Bee.

I would just like to thank Brian for introducing me to such quality bait."


Shane Lineberger


Boater Shane Lineberger of Lincolnton, N.C., caught four bass weighing 15 pounds, 13 ounces Saturday to win $4,695 in the BFL South Carolina Division tournament on Lake Murray.