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John Billheimer Jr.
« on: February 08, 2006, 07:54:42 AM »

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John Billheimer Jr. caught all of his fish at the Havasu Western Stren on either a Bill Norman DD22 crankbait or a Yamamoto Senko.

John Billheimer Jr. is 16 years old, and the Havasu Western Stren was his debut as a boater in a tournament of that magnitude. The northern California resident had never been to Lake Havasu before, and his first 4 days of practice were brutal. He wondered whether he'd even weigh in a fish in competition.

Winning was a preposterous notion. But win he did, and by a healthy 4-13 margin. According to FLW Outdoors, he's the youngest angler ever to achieve victory in a Stren (formerly EverStart) Series event.


As if that isn't interesting enough, one of his sponsors is Hank Williams Jr...Hank and Bill's Dad are great friends, they are both huge gun collectors..

"Are you ready for some Senkos?  A Yamamoto PARTY!  This is rocking Randall Hank ; ready to get your Fishin' started!!"  :D

 
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