Victory 7/28/20 Tournament Results

We had nineteen boats on July 28, 2020 at Ray Hubbard for the Tuesday evening tournament with COVID restrictions and social distancing.

July 28 Winners:
1st place: Cody Brunette/Keith Taylor with 12.50lbs. $470 (Total win:$470+$100BB+$500 Prestige Ford Bonus=$1070!)
2nd place: Calan Cameron/Carson Kirkhuff with 10.43lbs. $210
3rd place: Doug Rener/Andy Medina with 10.24lbs. $160
4th place: Todd Goodrich/Spencer Sherrard with 10.06lbs. $120
5th place: Brannon Long with 7.47lbs. Owner Hook Package
Big Bass: Cody Brunette/Keith Taylor with 5.35lbs. $100

19 Teams fished
38 Fish weighed
38 Fish released
Average fish weight 2.15 lbs
Average team fish weight 4.00 lbs.
Big Fish weight 6.35 lbs. caught by Brunette-Taylor team

Next Tournament Aug. 11 6:00 pm – 9.30 pm


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Fishing Report from TPWD (Feb. 1)

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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