Victory Tournament Aug. 25 Results




Eighteen boats/anglers participated in the August 25, 2020 at Ray Hubbard for the Tuesday evening tournament with COVID restrictions and social distancing.

Winners:
1st place: Kyle Hay with 13.86lbs. $455 (Total win:$455+$100BB+$660SB=$555!)
2nd place: Chris Robinson/Nate Robinson with 12.12lbs. $200 (Total win:$200+$500 Prestige Ford Bonus=$700!)
3rd place: Adam Vesely/Taylor Gauntt with 11.87lbs. $150
4th place: Jeff Farrar/Keith Taylor with 9.92lbs. $100
5th place: Zach Watts/Cody Brunette with 9.10lbs. Owner Hook Package
Big Bass: Kyle Hay with 7.17lbs. $100
No one caught a Super Bass and the pot rolls over to next week!
Ardent Challenge test driver: Participant

More info at: www.victorybass.com

Photo courtesy of Victory Bass Tournaments




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Fishing Report from TPWD (Aug. 3)

GOOD. Water lightly stained; 85-88 degrees; 2.18 feet low. White bass are fair on flats early mornings in water 8-15 feet deep. Later suspended fish in 22-28 feet of water using slabs raised high. Crappie are good on brush tops in 25-35 feet water suspended mid-way using minnows and jigs. Catfish are fair on ledges and points using cut shad and prepared stink bait. Report by John Varner, John Varner's Guide Service.

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