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Six casts. Twelve minutes. More than 21 pounds of East Texas largemouth.

Just that fleeting glimpse of Alabama pro Timmy Horton’s performance in Elimination Round 2 of the MLF General Tire World Championship seems impressive enough. But add those 21 pounds to the rest of Horton’s day on 700-acre Lake Naconiche, and you have a new single-day weight record that redefines the word “success” in tournament bass fishing.

In front of the watchful eyes of the TV cameras, Horton racked up an astounding 88 pounds, 10 ounces on 35 fish during Elimination Round competition versus Aaron Martens, Edwin Evers, Mark Davis, Bobby Lane and Boyd Duckett. The soft-spoken Alabamian’s 7 ½-hour flurry raised the standard previously set by Martens (88-0 on Pokegama Lake, Minn., in 2016) and Kevin VanDam (82-7 on Grand Lake, Mich., in 2013).

“It was just an amazing day,” Horton deadpanned after his record-breaking day. “I mean … 88 pounds.” Full Story - Video

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From Timmy

"We film only in public waters and my favorite thing to do is provide in depth information that will really help viewers catch more fish. I love to teach and share what I have learned over the years as a professional angler" - Timmy Horton