49 teams and just over 130 anglers participated. Fishing was a bit tough for some with 29 or the teams checking in at least one fish.
We had 6 youth anglers and 6 lady anglers participate as well.....
Team WAHOOLIGANS took 1st place with two citations - a 37.25" and a 38.25" - great catches today - $2100 for 1st and $1200 for Big Fish (along with a $250 Green Top Sporting Goods gift-card)
Team LiveBait JUNKEE took 2nd place with 71.75" total inches - and $950
Team PrimeTime took 3rd place with a 37.25" citation and 69.75" total length - $550
Team StripedYam took 4th with 66.75" total length - $400
Team Toolman took 5th with 64.75" total length - $250
On our Youth Anglers - we had 6 youth compete & well, the tourney director - namely me - screwed up and failed to recored Lauren from Team Linesiders results - and thus missed her strong finish.... I'll be making it up to Lauren very soon - the results below reflect the accurate outcome:
1st - Kaylee - Team PrimeTime - 37.25" 2nd - Lauren - Team Linesiders - 31" 3rd - Matthew - Team Lawrence - 30.5" 4th - Kamran - Team Claytor Kings - 28" 5th - Carson - Team SeaJay - 27.25"
We had 6 ladies compete today - the biggest ladies fish today was a 32.5", so Renee Kissela holds on to the top-spot in the series-long ladies competition with here 35" striper.
We have a new leader for the Doug Hill Preservation Award for Big Fish of the series - Team WAHOOLIGANS takes the top spot with their 38.25" fish today
Last Edit: Mar 20, 2017 22:11:38 GMT -5 by mwardncsu
Big thanks to tiltntrim for helping out - we certainly needed it!
And thanks to all of the participants for the peanut butter donations - glad we can all have fun while also helping to support the local community in various ways during these tournaments! You guys are awesome!
Shoot, I am not in the league with you boys. Good money down the drain is all that would be.
Oh come on. We've all seen your reports this year. All it takes is two good ones, and April is as good a time as any to find them. Based on the reports you've posted, you've had no problem finding them this year.
The odds are good enough that I was even thinking of fishing the April event.