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Eagle Angler catches the attention of Bassmaster.com


Carson-Newman sophomore Lee Rose Koza.


courtesy of B.A.S.S. Story by Joe Sills

(Oct. 13, 2020) — In February of 2019, Lee Rose Koza walked onstage at the Georgia B.A.S.S. Nation High School tournament on Lake Seminole alongside her younger brother, Carter. Seconds later, the two were crowned winners of the event — first out of 123 teams.

They’d won the event by fishing ditches, points and grass lines in tough winter conditions. With nearly 19 pounds in the bag, the Koza siblings were able to notch their second…[click to read article].

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