Media Bass Teams Championship Results From October 2-3




Justin Davis and Cole Stewart won the 1st place from the tournament held last October 2-3, 2021. They gathered a total weight of 35.67 pounds lunker.

Here are the top 10 winners from the tournament.

Place

Division

Angler 1

Angler 2

Total Bass Count

Total Pounds

1

TXDE

Justin Davis

Cole Stewart

10

35.67

2

TXC

Hal Gay

Chris Moore

10

34.47

3

TXCOW

Brandon Ferrell

Troy Kuhn

10

30.61

4

LAS

Mike Bueche

Frank Bueche

10

30.17

5

TXDE

Clarence Sanderson

Bobby Addison

10

29.41

6

TXNE

Russ Carter

Mike Cannon

8

29.24

7

TXFRK

Jeff Bonner

Steve Coggin

10

28.94

8

LAS

Aaron Delaune

Mack Delaune

10

28.86

9

TXHRT

Jordan Grimm

Hayden Grimm

10

28.28

10

TXE

Billy Ferguson

Lindell Booth

10

28.14




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Fishing Report from TPWD (Oct. 13)

GOOD. Water stained; 74 degrees; 2.32 feet low. Fishing patterns are holding steady. Largemouth bass are starting feed-up on shad and moving to shallower waters. 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. Try Carolina jigs in 18-25 feet of water off of points. Crappie are starting to migrate to deeper water 10-22 feet and North into the river and creeks. Topwater frog bite is getting better in the early morning as more grass begins to emerge, fish are schooling on flats, and the off-shore bite is good off ridges and points.

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