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Glass and Manuel Top 256 Teams in Skeeter Bass Champs Tournament

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Tom Behrens has over 50 years experience in fishing and hunting across the United States. Much of this time was spent in Oklahoma and Texas where he became very familiar with the outdoor opportunities in these states. You may contact him by email at: tbehrcomm@gmail.com




George Glass and Trent Manuel finish on top of 256 teams, March 7, at the Skeeter Bass Champs Tournament. Top Ten Teams are:

1. Glass - Manuel, 5 fish, 24.53 lbs.

2. Moorehead - Shofner Jr., 5 fish, 23.42 lbs.

3. Huckabee - Toby Johnson, 5 fish, 21.50 lbs.

4. Stroup - Welsey Johnson, 5 fish, 21.34 lbs.

5. Davis - Alan Moore, 5 fish, 20.94 lbs.

6. Brigman - Harold Moore, 5 fish, 8.42 lbs big fish, total 20.44 lbs.

7. Jacob Johnson - Cormier, 5 fish, 19.84 lbs.

8. Geesey - Nickel, 5 fish, 19.75 lbs.

9. Bridges - Walker Jr., 5 fish, 19.53 lbs.

10. Dupuy - Rodrigues, 5 fish, 19.40 lbs.

Final Stats ... 614 fish weighed in, total weight of 1.852.10 lbs, and an average weight of 3.02 lbs.. there were 120 limits and 132 zeroes. Total results can be found at basschamps.com.

 




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FAIR. Water stained; 73 degrees; 0.07’ low. Largemouth bass remain good in man-made brush piles and moving along points. Use rigged worms, long-tailed jigs, and spinners. White bass are fair with minnows suspended over brush deep. Crappie remain excellent on minnows and jigs nearer shore. Catfish are good on live and stinkbait.