MLF Toyota Series Tournament Results From May 4

Hayden Heck won 1st place in the MLF Toyota Series Tournament on May 4, 2022 held at Sam Rayburn Reservoir with a total of weight of 65 – 03 pounds from 15 fish on the weekend.

Here are the top ten winners from the tournament.




Weight (Fish)


Hayden Heck

65-03 (15)


Keith Combs

62 - 12 (15)


Brian Schott

57 - 09 (15)


Wyatt Frankens

52 - 12 (15)


Kevin Lasyone

52 - 00 (15)


Cole Stewart

49 - 02 (15)


Chris M Jones

49 - 02 (15)


Jack York

48 - 10 (15)


River Lee

48 - 02 (15)


Marshall Hughes

47 - 13 (15)

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Monday Night

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Lake Sam Rayburn Water Level (last 30 days)

Water Level on 6/18: 172.42 (+8.02)

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Fishing Report from TPWD (Jun. 12)

GOOD. Water stained; 85 degrees; 7.67 feet above pool. Due to the rise in lake level there is a lot of submerged vegetation scattering the fish.Those anglers that like to flip brush for bass this is your time to shine. Small bass are biting off points with Carolina rigs and jigs. Some crappie are shallow in flooded brush, and in stand ups in 12-15 feet of water. White bass are good on points with jigging spoons. Catfish are in deeper creek channel points. Report by Captain Lynn Atkinson, Reel Um N Guide Service. After the recent rains the water is still on the rise, but we should start to see the lake level off because there is a break in the rainy weather. Bass are shallow in flooded bushes and trees in 4-10 feet of water. Large population of fish off shore on primary and secondary points in 12-18 feet of water in relation to shoreline flooded bushes. Use Texas rigs, spinnerbaits, chatterbaits and topwater frogs shallow. The offshore bite is on deep diving crankbaits, Carolina rigs, and jigs. Report by Captain Hank Harrison, Double H Precision Fishing.

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