Pro Staff Category: Recent Tour Wins

Bryan Schmitt

Bryan Schmitt Wins the Bassmaster Elite Series on Lake Champlain
Mercury Pro Team angler Bryan Schmitt talked all week about “special little things” that were happening to help him maintain the lead at the Bassmaster® Elite Series event at Lake Champlain. But the most special one happened just 15 minutes before the final weigh-in on Sunday, July 11, as Schmitt landed a 3 1/2-pound smallmouth that gave him a 12-ounce upgrade. That was enough to secure his first Elite Series win with a four-day total of 78 pounds, 5 ounces. We couldn’t be prouder to have him in the BoatLogix family!

Brandon Perkins

National Professional Fishing League Winner In July 2021, Brandon Perkins got the big win at Pickwick Lake during the major National Professional Fishing League tournament, using our best hardware available. Another example of Boatlogix gear getting you places as a pro angler!

Jacob Wheeler

3x Winner on this Season’s Bass Pro Tour

Jacob Wheeler is a fierce competitor in bass angling and a cherished part of our Pros. Having broken tournament records, his long list of wins includes his most recent victories on the Bass Pro Tour sporting our Boatlogix mounts!

Takumi Ito

Bassmaster Elite Series Winner Through a big comeback on the final day, Takumi Ito claimed his first blue trophy in the Bassmaster Elite Series event at the St. Lawrence River in July 2021. We couldn’t be prouder to have him in the Boatlogix family!

Buddy Gross

Buddy Gross Wins 2022 Elite Series Harris Chain of Lakes
Buddy Gross overcame struggles in his practice rounds to earn the second Bassmaster Elite Series win of his career Sunday on the Harris Chain of Lakes. Gross, a Tennessee-based professional, landed 77 pounds, 11 ounces over the four-day event, including two days with at least 22 pounds, to win by nearly three pounds. We couldn’t be prouder to have him in the Boatlogix family!

Wes Logan

Wes Logan Gets First Bassmaster Elite Series Victory At Neely Henry Lake
Logan now has countless new reasons to think fondly of his home water after claiming the tournament title here on Championship Monday. The 26-year-old from Springville, only a 30-mile drive from the Gadsden City Boat Docks, caught a four-day total of 20 bass weighing 57 pounds, 9 ounces. He capped the competition with a 14-1 limit Monday, the third-heaviest of the day. Logan earned $100,000 for the win, his first in 26 B.A.S.S. events. We couldn’t be prouder to have him in the Boatlogix family!

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