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Outlaw Team Results 6/20/20


Wesley Dawson and Teddy Cloide take home top prize in the Outlaw Outdoors Team Series tournament, 06.20.20. The top ten teams were:

1. Wesley Dawson-Teddy Cloide, 29.97 lbs., $10,000

2. Ed Melton-Anthony Jones, 23.57 lbs., $3,500

3. Michael Lowery-Lance Hughes, 23.49 lbs., $3,000

4. Bubba Frazier-Tommy Hill, 23.19 lbs., $2,500

5. Darwin Ballard-Keith Phillips, 22.67 lbs., $2,000

6. Jarred Williams-Mathew Armand, 21.31 lbs., $1,600

7. Jason Lawson-Jay Lawson, 21.08 lbs., $1,400

8. Shaine Campbell-Wyatt Frnkens, 20.46 lbs., $1,200

9. Dewayne Reese-John Cox, 20.46 lbs., $1,000

10. Eric Hunt-Steven Moorhead, 20.45 lbs., $1,000

Big fish of the tournament, 10.36 lbs., was caught by the team of Christopher Bush-Curtis Jordan, who finished 12th. A complete listing of the 177 entries can be found at      


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:

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Partly Sunny

Hi: 95

Saturday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 77


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Sunday Night

Mostly Clear

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Monday Night

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Lake Sam Rayburn Water Level (last 30 days)

Water Level on 7/11: 163.37 (-1.03)

Lake Sam Rayburn Fishing Report from TPWD (Jul. 8)

FAIR. Water stained; 82 degrees; 0.97’ low. Largemouth bass are fair with all success coming early, late, and now at night. Fishing lights have helped attract some bass. The best habitat is still vegetation edges with topwater, worms, and jigs. White bass have slowed with minnows seeking depth. Crappie are good on minnows and jigs vertically fishing thick vegetation, and among structures less than 20 feet deep. Catfish are good on live and stinkbait.