Congratulations to Scott Pickett on his win. Scott brought in a 5 fish limit on a tough day on the Harris Chain that weighed 14.85 lbs. Scott used a swimbait to catch his fish. He was swimming it just under the surface to get a reaction bite. He beat 53 other anglers on a day that produced only 11 limits. With his win Sunday and a 2nd place last month on Okeechobee, Scott moves into 2nd place in the point standings for Angler of the Year. Second was Lee Sisson with 14.52. With his 2nd place finish Lee moves to the lead in points for Angler of the Year. Third place goes to Chris Hawker with 14.21. Chris also had Big Bass at 5.42 lbs. Forth was Cecil Douberly with 10.44 lbs. Fifth was Gunner McNutt with 10.29 lbs.
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Lee Sisson ran away with the 2 day tournament on Okeechobee and won by 8 pounds over second place. He brought in a five fish limit Saturday weighing over 24 lbs and topped that off with a Sunday weight of 18 lbs.
Congratulations to Chad for winning Sunday to start the year out on top. Chad outfished 67 anglers that caught 212 bass for a total weight of 474.43 lbs with an average weight of 2.24 lbs per fish. 7 bass over 5 lbs were brought in including a 6.89 and a 7.48 plus big bass at 8.71 caught by Dee Adams. Chad's five fish brought the scales down to 20.50 lbs. Chad was worm fishing and said the bite was real soft and you needed to pay close attention to feel the bite. Jerry Martin came in second with 19.87 lbs. Jerry had a bass that went 5.26lbs. Third place and Big Bass honors go to Dee Adams, 17.28 and 8.71 respectively. Fourth went to Gary Hawkins who had 16.28 lbs with a 6.89 lb big bass. Fifth goes to Tommy Robinson with 15.08. Click the Read More button for pictures.
Congratulations to Joe Forker and Kevin Dame for winning the Lakeland Bassmasters Team Trail Saturday on the Winter Haven Chain.