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Amazing comeback footage from the 2004 Bassmaster Classic; Omori decides to stop flipping bushes and throws a crankbait, helping him make a big comeback. Omori was the first ever non-American to win a Bassmaster Classic, bringing a whole new world of anglers to the charts! Things we can learn from Omori: - Stick to your guts. He thought there would be fish there, and there were! - Be willing to switch lures. Even when you think you're doing it right, if you're not catching anything, something is wrong! Change your location, or change your lure: something's gotta give, and then you'll catch more. - Don't give up hope. Even when he only had a few minutes left to fish, Omori was sure he could catch up, and he did, giving him the win!!
I love how much versatility this shows with fishing! I'm always afraid "I'm doing this wrong" but this really shows that its less about right and wrong and more about adaptation
Ha! I don't think I'd cry like he was about to if I had won but good for him man that's quite an accomplisment.
@fallingwater Yep that's definitely one of the hardest things to learn as an angler: don't get frustrated and quit but keep trying more and more styles @dougjohnson I'd like to see if you'd cry or not hah. Nah, just playing I think you'd be alright.
Good for him!!! I don't have my heart set on winning any competitions, but just accomplishing your first "big catch goal" that you set for yourself can make you this happy, too I think