Fifty-two Teams Participate in Victory Tournament




The Victory Tournament had fifty two boats on May 19, 2020 at Ray Hubbard for the Tuesday evening tournament with COVID restrictions and social distancing.

The Winners:
1st place: Chris Robinson/Justin Keithley with 22.88lbs. $860
(Total win:$860+$500 Prestige Ford Bonus=$1360!)
2nd place: Ben Cully/Noah Wilson with 18.02lbs. $360
3rd place: Chris Pace/Doug Rener with 16.66lbs. $300
4th place: Brett Kilmer/Casey Laughlin with 14.05lbs. $260
5th place: Paul Villerreal/Joe Ruiz with 13.29. $220
6th place: Jason Stilwell/Cole Stilwell with 12.27lbs. $170
7th place: Donnie Herod/Steven McClendon with 11.50lbs. $150 (Total win:$150+$210BB=$360!)
8th place: Todd Goodrich/Spencer Sherrard with 10.73lbs. $130
9th place: Jeff Farrar/Keith Taylor with 10.48lbs. $100
10th place: Tommy Yetts/Clint Burkey with 10.19lbs. $80
11th place: Philip Wilson/Ryan Nevil with 10.10lbs. $70
12th place: Randy Conover/Russell Roland with 8.84lbs. Owner Hook Package

Big Bass: Donnie Herod/Steven McClendon with 7.54lbs. $210
No one caught a Super Bass and the $1040 pot rolls over to next week!

More info at: www.victorybass.com




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Fishing Report from TPWD (Sep. 28)

GOOD. Water lightly stained; 80-82 degrees; 2.55 feet low. White bass are good and have moved shallow chasing small shad in 5-15 feet of water slow rolling in-line spinners, trolling tail spinners, or throwing topwaters early morning. Crappie are good on brush tops 12-17 feet of water and are starting to show up on the bridge columns biting minnows. Catfish are good drifting flats in 22-24 feet of water using cut bait. Report by John Varner, John Varner's Guide Service.

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