Ray Hubbard Bass Club Tournament Results




The Ray Hubbard Bass Club fished their sixth members only tournament of the year, Saturday September 12th on Cedar Creek Lake. The weather was nice and 33 boats came out to have some fun. Fishing unfortunately was very tough as it can be this time of year. Only four limits were brought to the scales and big fish were scarce as well. When weigh in was over the team of Duane Limberg and Ryan Lawson took home their first RHBC victory with a limit that weighed 13.52 pounds. Big Bass of the tournament went to the team of Brandon Putnam and Joey Deans with a 5.19. The following are the top 10 finishes.


1. Duane Limberg - Ryan Lawson, 5 fish, 3.96 big bass, 13.52 lbs.
2. Chris Atkinson - Tom Brouillette, 5 fish, 11.58 lbs.
3. Brandon Putnam - Joey Deans, 3 fish, 5.19 big bass, 9.88 lbs.
4. David Choate - Stan Browning, 4 fish, 9.64 lbs.
5. James Crawford - Shellye Crawford, 4 fish, 8.62 lbs.
6. Adam Vesely - Tylor Gauntt, 5 fish, 9.62 (-1.00 penalty)
7. Paul Spann - Bill Gammons, 4 fish, 8.62 lbx.
8. Tommy Climer - Ronnie Manning, 4 fish, big bass 4.63 lbs, 8.18 lbs.
9. Cameron Laing - Sherman Franklin, 5 fish, 7.99 lbs.
10. Clark Crenshaw - Bobby Bieber, 4 fish, 7.34 lbs.
Thirty-three boats entered. Total fish weighted 67; total weight 138.57 lbs.
Photo courtesy RHBC

 




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FAIR. Water lightly stained; 48-50 degrees; 0.10 feet below pool. White bass are fair fishing deep flats in 30-35 feet with fish suspended hugging close to bottom. Crappie are slow on trees off of point or levees 30-34 feet of water with minnows working best, but jigs will get you a bite as well. Catfish are good on long flats and points in 28-35 feet of water using cut shad drifting with socks. Report by John Varner, John Varner's Guide Service.

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