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Stangel, Cox Win Cabela's Bass Circuit tournament on Sturgeon Bay

12:15 PM, May 12, 2014
Wisconsin?s Jason Stangel and Chris Cox put together a record-setting five-bass limit weighing 30 pounds even to win the Cabela?s North American Bass Circuit?s North Region season opener on Sturgeon Bay of Lake Michigan out of Wave Pointe Marina & Resort May 10.
Wisconsin?s Jason Stangel and Chris Cox put together a record-setting five-bass limit weighing 30 pounds even to win the Cabela?s North American Bass Circuit?s North Region season opener on Sturgeon Bay of Lake Michigan out of Wave Pointe Marina & Resort May 10.
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Jason Stangel and Chris Cox put together a record-setting five-bass limit weighing 30 pounds even to win the Cabela's North American Bass Circuit's North Region season opener on Sturgeon Bay of Lake Michigan out of Wave Pointe Marina & Resort May 10.

"It's fantastic," Cox, of Dodgeville, said of the win. The victory earned he and Stangel the $10,000 first-place purse, plus a pair of $500 Cabela's gift cards and $1,050 from the Big-Bass Pot for catching the tournament's second-biggest bass. "I grew up around here and fished a lot of events," added Stangel, of Two Rivers. "To win this is a special ...

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