Fishing Legend Guido Hibdon passes at the age of 72

Guido Hibdon started guiding at the age early age of 13. Soon after that he quit school and became a full time guide on the Lake of the Ozarks and the rest is history.  He won his first BASS tournament he entered on Lake of the Ozarks and subsequently won four B.A.S.S. titles during his career.   He also won the coveted Bassmaster Angler of the Year in 1990 and 1991 and was inducted into the Bass Fishing Hall of Fame in 2002.

Guido and Dion Hibdon are the only father and son to ever win a Bassmaster Classic.  Guido with a win on the James River in Virginia and Dion won the title in 1997.

Guido Hibdon is survived by his wife Stella, son Dion and grandsons Payden, Lawson and Conner and many more family members.

You will be truly missed by many as to which you gave so much to not only the world of bass fishing, but you led a true outdoorsmen legacy.  Tightlines to the family and to you Sir a job well done that many can attest too!

The Bass Dude

Hey! I am a Married outdoorsman with two wonderful boys. I Love to fish for largemouth bass and love the backwater creeks and cuts of bigger waters. I was a full-time Bass angler who was lucky enough, along with two of my buddies to have numerous Bass lures with patents. I also, enjoy hunting, Mtn. Biking, Ultra trail running and basically anything to do with the outdoors.

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