Congratulation To River Johnson & Dalton Morton

Congratulations to River Johnson and Dalton Morton on their victory at the DETX Q3 this past Saturday. The Veteran team weighed in 19.01 lbs including a nice 5.38 lb large mouth. Second place went to Conner Canada and Kendale Pagen with 15.90 lbs and Cody Mundy and Braden Askew took third with 15.53 including the days big fish at 5.41 lbs. 

Top 10 finishes:
1 Huntington, River Johnson Dalton Morton, Big Bass 5.38, 19.01 lbs. 

2 Splendora High School, Connor Canada Kendale Pagan, 15.90 lbs

3 Broaddus HS Fishing, Cody Mundy Brayden Askew, Big Bass 5.41, 15.52 lbs.

4 Diboll HS Lumberjacks, Trent Webb Marcus Wilson, 14.28 lbs.

5 Central Heights, Jake Bostian Cody Monlezun, 13.71 lbs.

6 Youth Fishing League, Landon Goolsby Korbin Adams, 13.66 lbs. 

7 Bellville Branglers, Brayden Tramel Wyatt Schiel, 13.22 lbs. 

8 Tarkington Fishing Team, Lance Hawthorne Keaton Lambert, 13.08  lbs.

9 Shelby County, Justin Raymond Tucker Scarber, 11.95 lbs. 

10 Huntington High School, Adyson Stringer Hunter Matchett, 11.68 lbs. 

Sixty- six teams were entered with 58 teams catching fish.
Big Bass was 5.41 lbs. boated by the team of Cody Mundy and Brayden Askew of Broaddus HS Fishing. Complete results can be found at
Photos courtesy DETX

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GOOD. Water stained; 62 degrees; 3.30 feet low. Bass are relating to points and main lake brush piles using jigging spoons and crankbaits. Crappie continue to migrate into the river, with catches in the brushpiles using whitehead jigs or minnows. Catfish continue to move into shallow water and into the creeks. Report by Lynn Atkinson, Reel Um N Guide Service.

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