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PostPosted: Mon Apr 15, 2013 12:29 pm 
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Thanks to everyone for coming out and fishing with us this past weekend. We had 24 boats and 23 of them weighed in a limit. The fish must have been biting good because even we caught 20 bass and had right at 13 pounds. (which I thought was good until I saw what others had caught) There were 10 boats that weighed in fish over 5 pounds. Six boats with fish over 7 pounds and the big fish of the day was a nice 9.74 pounder. THERE WERE 5 BOATS WITH OVER 20 POUNDS.

1st Place was Mark Anders / Johnny Hancox with 28.77 pounds (and the big fish)
2nd Place was Colton / Rhodes with 24.67 lbs
3rd Place was Jason Collins / Allen Holcombe with 24.06 lbs
4th was Chance Griffith / Daniel Strickland with 22.57 lbs
5th was Harrison / Dupree with 21.96 lbs

Thanks again to everyone that came out to fish with us. This was our last "open" event for the regular season so I'll see you guys in the fall.

Cowboy

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 17, 2013 6:44 am 
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WOW!! I hope you guys saved a few big ones for me.


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