Deep East Texas High School Tournament Results




Garrison Byerly and Will Hinson took home top honors with a winning weight of 19.47 lbs. at the Deep East Texas High School Fishing Tournament held Sept. 12, 2020 at Lake Sam Rayburn. There were 53 teams entered with 52 teams weighing in catches.

The following are the top ten finishers:

1 LCM - Garrison Byerly Will Henson 19.47
2 Chireno Bass - Barrett Bennefield Matthew Mathews 15.06
3 Tarkington - Lance Hawthorne Keaton Lamberth (Big Bass) 6.51 13.93
4 Latexo - Cooper Morris Benjamin Burke 11.95
5 LCM - Bass Team Justin James Gavin Cooper 11.56
6 Youth Fishing League - Zane Parker Garrett Wilson 11.11
7 Dawson Anglers - Jared Mizell Bennett Bellina 10.86
8 Beckville High School - Jace Lindsay Jaxon Evans 10.51
9 Normangee High School - Blake Tesch Tristan Ross 10.49
10 Central Heights - Luke Taylor Jackson Hays 9.83

Complete results can be found at outdoorfreedom.net/deep-east-texas-high-school-fishing.html

Photos Courtesy of Deep East Texas High School Fishing Series.




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Fishing Report from TPWD (Oct. 20)

GOOD. Water stained; 74 degrees; 2.51 feet low. Fishing is still looking the same as we head into the weekend. Largemouth bass continue to feed-up on shad in shallow water. The topwater action is good using topwater frogs and spinnerbaits. Schooling bass are good on crankbaits off the flats in 6-15 feet of water and Carolina jigs in 18-25 feet of water off of points. Crappie continue to migrate to deeper water 20-25 feet and North into the river and creeks. Topwater frog bite is better in the early mornings with a crankbait bite off flats.

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