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Carhartt to Support Hard-Working Anglers Caleb Sumrall, Chris Zaldain and Trait Zaldain

Dearborn, Mich. (January 27, 2020) – As part of its continued support of the sport, Carhartt announced today the addition of Bassmaster Elite Series pros Caleb Sumrall and Chris Zaldain to their team, along with Trait Zaldain, a longtime competitor in the Bassmaster Open series.

Sumrall, a former oil industry supply yard worker, became one of bass fishing’s all-time dream come true stories in 2017. The husband and father of two young children went from the stressful concerns of being laid-off in the Southern Louisiana petroleum industry to a B.A.S.S. National Champion, earning a $40,000 cash prize, and an invitation to become a Bassmaster Elite Series pro.

The highly personable Iberia, LA pro has since leveraged his pro angling opportunity to the fullest with six Top 30 finishes in 2019 that sends him back to the Bassmaster Classic for the second time, and builds great promise for his still young career.

Speaking of making the most of an opportunity, few pros in the world converted a promising fishing career into one of best in the business last year more so than California native, turned part time Texas cattle farmer, Chris Zaldain.

Zaldain notched three super-impressive, yet somewhat heartbreaking second place finishes in 2019, and qualified for his fifth Bassmaster Classic – an event he nearly won last year. He makes hard work the common fiber to all he does, whether challenging for an Elite Series win or managing Black Angus near his Fort Worth home.

However, Chris is not the only Zaldain who fishes. His wife Trait was raised by an avid angling father, and was already competing in B.A.S.S. tournaments when she and Chris met. Trait has worked diligently to further her tournament fishing career, while inspiring other females to become involved in fishing.

Carhartt has been recognized as America’s leading workwear brand since 1889, but many may not know the iconic brand has been an avid supporter of bass fishing for the past eight years. In fact, its hats, raingear, shirts and more have become the outdoor clothing of choice for passionate college anglers and those who enjoy trading their toolbox for a tacklebox, no matter the season.

“We’re excited to welcome these world-class anglers to the Carhartt family,” said Brian Spiro, Manager of Partnerships and Influencer Marketing at Carhartt. “We know they will outwork them all, just as our rugged gear does for our consumers every day, either on the job or off.”

Hard work, honesty, and a passion for fishing are just a few of the characteristics these anglers share with 30 million other Americans, and Carhartt is excited to be a part of their 2020 season.

About Carhartt, Inc.

Established in 1889, Carhartt is a global premium workwear brand with a rich heritage of developing rugged products for workers on and off the job. Headquartered in Dearborn, Michigan, with more than 5,500 associates worldwide, Carhartt is family-owned and managed by the descendants of the company’s founder, Hamilton Carhartt. For more information, visit www.Carhartt.com.

Cox Goes Wire-to-Wire to Win Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit at Sam Rayburn Reservoir

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: BROOKELAND, TEXAS (Jan. 26, 2020)Berkley pro John Cox of DeBary, Florida, already had an impressive resume – four career victories, two runner-up finishes in the FLW Angler of the Year race and the 2016 FLW Cup Championship. Sunday in Texas, Cox added another accolade to the FLW record books.

Cox weighed a five-bass limit totaling 12 pounds, 9 ounces to win with a wire-to-wire victory at the Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit at Sam Rayburn Reservoir. Cox’s four-day total of 65-15 was enough to get the win by a 2-pound, 7-ounce margin and earn his fifth career victory in FLW pro-level competition. Each of those five victories have come from a different fishery and a different state.

“This was the best win I’ve ever had,” said Cox, who moved into a tie with David Dudley at No. 6 all-time with five career wins. “I usually start off the year pretty slow and get better through the season. To start the season with a win, I don’t even know what to say. I’m so thankful – this is just incredible.”

Cox caught all of his fish on the first two days of competition at one specific spot, making one specific cast with one specific bait. He described the area as a 3-foot high spot with a little bit of sand and rock with hydrilla all around it, right at the mouth of one of the best-known spawning creeks on Sam Rayburn.

“I had to make the same cast the entire time,” Cox said. “I could feel the crankbait come over their backs – it felt like logs – and then one would just smoke it.”

After mining the same spot for the first two days with a Berkley Frittside 5 Crankbait (Lone Ranger- and Ghost Morning Dawn-colored), the area fizzled on Saturday. Cox was forced to scramble for the final two days of competition, but in true John Cox-fashion he was able to find just enough weight to hang on and earn the win.

“The last two days have been the hardest that I’ve ever had to grind, ever, just to catch a limit,” Cox said. “Coming back to the weigh-in today, I thought I had blown it.”

Cox managed to scratch up limits on Saturday and Sunday throwing a Dirty Jigs swimjig with a black and blue Berkley Powerbait Maxscent Meaty Chunk and a Z-Man Original ChatterBait with a black and blue Berkley Powerbait Grass Pig. He also added two small keepers Sunday on an unnamed frog.

“The key was definitely the Frittside crankbait and catching all of them on that spot,” Cox went on to say. “I didn’t even own a crankbait rod until this year.”

Cox’s crankbait was thrown on a 7-foot, 6-inch Abu Garcia Veritas Winch rod paired with an Abu Garcia REVO EXD casting reel.

The top 10 pros on Sam Rayburn Reservoir finished:

1st:       John Cox of DeBary, Fla., 20 bass, 65-15, $100,000
2nd:      Tommy Dickerson of Orange, Texas, 20 bass, 63-8, $30,000
3rd:       Darold Gleason of Many, La., 20 bass, 62-14, $25,000
4th:       Corey Neece of Bristol, Tenn., 19 bass, 59-9, $20,000
5th:       Ron Nelson of Berrien Springs, Mich., 20 bass, 57-5, $19,000
6th:       Scott Dobson of Clarkston, Mich., 20 bass, 56-10, $18,000
7th:       Kerry Milner of Bono, Ark., 20 bass, 54-0, $17,500
8th:       Sam George of Athens, Ala., 17 bass, 52-13, $16,000
9th:       Alex Davis of Albertville, Ala., 20 bass, 52-12, $15,000
10th:     Jonathan Canada of Helena, Ala., 18 bass, 51-11, $14,000

Complete results for the entire field can be found at FLWFishing.com.

Overall there were 44 bass weighing 108 pounds, 8 ounces caught by pros Sunday. Seven of the final 10 pros weighed in five-bass limits.

Television coverage of the Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit at Sam Rayburn Reservoir will premiere in the third quarter of 2020. The 2020 Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit will have 156 two-hour airings on network television, including 26 consecutive weeks of Friday night primetime airing on Outdoor Channel and 130 airings on Sportsman Channel for a total of 312 hours of Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit programming.

The Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit at Sam Rayburn Reservoir was hosted by the Jasper County Development District. The next event for FLW Pro Circuit anglers will be the FLW Pro Circuit at the Harris Chain of Lakes, Feb. 20-23, in Leesburg, Florida. The tournament will be hosted by Lake County, Florida.

In Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit competition, the full field of 154 pro anglers competed in the two-day opening round Thursday and Friday. The top 30 pros based on their two-day accumulated weight advanced to fish Saturday. Only the top 10 pros continued competition Sunday, with the winner determined by the heaviest accumulated weight from the four days of competition.

Throughout the season, anglers are also vying for valuable points in hopes of qualifying for the 2020 FLW TITLE, the Pro Circuit Championship. The 2020 FLW TITLE will be on the St. Lawrence River in Massena, New York, Aug. 8-13 and is hosted by the Town of Massena.

For complete details and updated information visit FLWFishing.com. For regular updates, photos, tournament news and more, follow the Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit on FLW’s social media outlets at Facebook, TwitterInstagram, and YouTube.

About FLW
FLW is the world’s largest tournament-fishing organization, providing anglers of all skill levels the opportunity to compete for millions in prize money across five tournament circuits. Headquartered in Benton, Kentucky, FLW and its partners conduct more than 290 bass-fishing tournaments annually around the world, including the United States, Canada, China, Italy, South Korea, Mexico, Namibia, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, and Zimbabwe.

FLW tournament fishing can be seen on the Emmy-nominated “FLW” television show while Bass Fishing magazine delivers cutting-edge tips from top pros. Acquired by Major League Fishing in late 2019, FLW is expanding its programming in 2020 to the Outdoor Channel and the Sportsman Channel as well as on-demand at MyOutdoorTV (MOTV).

For more information visit FLWFishing.com and follow FLW at FacebookTwitterInstagram and YouTube.

Winford And Ratliff Outpace The Field At Bassmaster High School Event On Toledo Bend

MANY, La. — Maverick Winford and Ian Ratliff have been on a hot streak, and it continued Sunday on Toledo Bend Reservoir in the Mossy Oak Fishing Bassmaster High School Series presented by Academy Sports + Outdoors.

 

Maverick Winford and Ian Ratliff of Atascocita (Texas) High School win the 2020 Mossy Oak Fishing Bassmaster High School Series event at Toledo Bend presented by Academy Sports + Outdoors with 18 pounds, 4 ounces.  Photo by Ronnie Moore/B.A.S.S.

The duo from the Atascocita (Texas) Top Gun Anglers Club caught a five-bass limit that weighed 18 pounds, 4 ounces and clinched the title on this famed 185,000-acre fishery. The victory earned $1,930 for the Top Gun team, and it qualified Winford and Ratliff for the Mossy Oak Fishing Bassmaster High School Series National Championship later this year.

Sunday’s title marked the second consecutive week Winford and Ratliff were victorious in a tournament. They won a B.A.S.S.-sanctioned team trail tournament last week on Texas’ Sam Rayburn Reservoir, which is about an hour’s drive west of Toledo Bend. They placed second in another derby on Rayburn two weeks ago.

“It was exactly the same conditions for all three tournaments,” said Winford, a 17-year old junior. “It feels really good to win again, and it’s amazing to be able to go to the national championship and see what we can do there.”

Winford boated the Texas tandem’s biggest bass, a 6-6 largemouth he plucked from a grassbed in North Housen Bay about 9:20 a.m. Winford threw a Jackhammer ChatterBait to get that bite, but a Carolina-rigged Zoom Brush Hog (watermelon candy) also was effective for both anglers.

“I set the hook and I thought it was a 2-pounder because he was running at me,” Winford said. “I saw it jump and I said ‘Ian, get the net! Get the net!’ It went under the boat, but when it came back up, he netted it.”

Winford and Ratliff finished their limit in North Housen, and eventually decided to head south on the reservoir. The water was dirty there, but they still were able to upgrade twice.

Winford has had success on Toledo Bend before, and he targeted areas Sunday where he caught fish previously. It was the first time fishing Toledo Bend for Ratliff, a 15-year old freshman, but he contributed a couple 2 1/2- to 3-pounders that helped advance the winning weight.

Brothers Matthew and Christopher Kahrs of Barbe High School in Lake Charles, La., finished second overall with three bass that weighed 15-6, but the 10-9-giant Matthew caught Sunday was the talk of the tournament.

Kahrs, a 17-year old senior, caught the big bass in 10 feet of water using a Zoom Baby Brush Hog in the watermelon candy color pattern. Because it weighed at least 10 pounds, the bass qualified for the Toledo Bend lunker program. A photo of the bass was taken and a taxidermist will use it to create a cast for Kahrs to keep.

The fish was returned to the reservoir only minutes after weigh-in was complete.

“My previous best was a 5-0 that I caught here in another tournament,” Kahrs said. “This was a completely different feeling. It was amazing.”

A total of 174 teams from 12 states competed in the one-day event, and the Top 12 duos split a cash purse worth more than $6,600 to benefit their high school fishing teams.

Also, the Top 17 teams earned berths to the Mossy Oak Fishing Bassmaster High School National Championship later this summer. The date and location of that annual three-day tournament have not been announced.

The Toledo Bend tournament was the first of four regular-season stops scheduled in the 2020 Bassmaster High School Series. Additional tournaments will be held at Smith Lake in Alabama on March 1 and Cumberland Lake in Kentucky on May 9. Another high school event is scheduled for June 20, though the location has not been disclosed.

The Louisiana Office of Tourism, Toledo Bend Lake Country, the Sabine River Authority, Desoto Parish Tourist Commission and the Vernon Parish Tourist Commission sponsored the Toledo Bend tournament.

2020 Mossy Oak Fishing Bassmaster High School Series presented by Academy Sports + Outdoors Title Sponsor: Mossy Oak Fishing

2020 Mossy Oak Fishing Bassmaster High School Series presented by Academy Sports + Outdoors Presenting Sponsor: Academy Sports + Outdoors

2020 Mossy Oak Fishing Bassmaster High School Series presented by Academy Sports + Outdoors Platinum Sponsor: Toyota

2020 Mossy Oak Fishing Bassmaster High School Series presented by Academy Sports + Outdoors Premier Sponsors: Abu Garcia, Berkley, Humminbird, Mercury, Minn Kota, Nitro Boats, Power-Pole, Skeeter Boats, Talon, Triton Boats, Yamaha

2020 Mossy Oak Fishing Bassmaster High School Series presented by Academy Sports + Outdoors Supporting Sponsors: Bass Pro Shops, Carhartt, HUK Performance Fishing, Mossy Oak Fishing, Rapala

About B.A.S.S.
B.A.S.S. is the worldwide authority on bass fishing and keeper of the culture of the sport, providing cutting edge content on bass fishing whenever, wherever and however bass fishing fans want to use it. Headquartered in Birmingham, Ala., the 515,000-member organization’s fully integrated media platforms include the industry’s leading magazines (Bassmaster and B.A.S.S. Times), website (Bassmaster.com), television show (The Bassmasters on ESPN2 and The Pursuit Channel), radio show (Bassmaster Radio), social media programs and events. For more than 50 years, B.A.S.S. has been dedicated to access, conservation and youth fishing.

The Bassmaster Tournament Trail includes the most prestigious events at each level of competition, including the Bassmaster Elite Series, Basspro.com Bassmaster Opens Series, TNT Fireworks B.A.S.S. Nation Series, Carhartt Bassmaster College Series presented by Bass Pro Shops, Mossy Oak Fishing Bassmaster High School Series presented by Academy Sports + Outdoors, Bassmaster Team Championship, new Huk Bassmaster B.A.S.S. Nation Kayak Series powered by TourneyX presented by Abu Garcia and the ultimate celebration of competitive fishing, the Academy Sports + Outdoors Bassmaster Classic presented by Huk.

2020 HS Open Stop Toledo Bend Reservoir 1/26-1/26
Toledo Bend Reservoir, Many  LA.
(BOATER) Standings Day 1

Angler                                       Club/School                       Pts

1.  Maverick Winford – Ian Ratliff               Atascocita High School  Club-Top      0
Day 1: 5   18-04   Total:   5  18-04
2.  Matthew Kahrs – Christopher Kahrs            Barbe fishing Club                    0
Day 1: 3   15-06   Total:   3  15-06
3.  Hagen Cooley – Cameron Rogers                DeRidder HS                           0
Day 1: 5   15-04   Total:   5  15-04
4.  Andrew Bennett – Wade Roberts                Barbe High Fishing Team               0
Day 1: 5   15-02   Total:   5  15-02
5.  Dj Drake – Austin Jones                      Franklin County High School- TN       0
Day 1: 5   15-01   Total:   5  15-01
6.  Dakota Posey – Brendon Brones                Little Cyprus Mauriceville HS         0
Day 1: 5   14-06   Total:   5  14-06
7.  Matthew Milioto – Jace Martin                Lutcher                               0
Day 1: 4   14-00   Total:   4  14-00
8.  Forrest Lagarde – Bronson May                LA-46 FISHING TEAM-LA                 0
Day 1: 5   13-10   Total:   5  13-10
9.  Bryant Martin – Grant Schexnailder           Notre Dame High School                0
Day 1: 5   13-05   Total:   5  13-05
10. Tucker Smith – Hayden Marbut                 Briarwood Christian School            0
Day 1: 5   13-02   Total:   5  13-02
11. Kain Custis – Jakeb Baldridge                Lakeview                              0
Day 1: 5   12-13   Total:   5  12-13
12. Fletcher Phillips – Will Phillips            Gardendale High School                0
Day 1: 5   12-10   Total:   5  12-10
13. Jaxon Sullivan – Spencer Chase Milholen      Scotts Hill High School Anglers       0
Day 1: 5   11-15   Total:   5  11-15
14. Tanner Scruggs – Storm Cline                 Anderson Co.                          0
Day 1: 5   11-09   Total:   5  11-09
15. Chance Shelby – Jackson Broderick            Live Oak High                         0
Day 1: 4   11-06   Total:   4  11-06
16. Daniel Waguespack – Reese Aucoin             Ascension Anglers                     0
Day 1: 2   11-04   Total:   2  11-04
17. Cayden Walls – Connor Moulin                 Central High School                   0
Day 1: 4   11-01   Total:   4  11-01
18. Hagan Marlin – Dylan Ingram                  Lee-Scott Fishing                     0
Day 1: 5   10-10   Total:   5  10-10
19. Griffin Gatwood – Landon Forbes              Oak Grove High School                 0
Day 1: 5   09-11   Total:   5  09-11
20. Hunter Pinho – Jake Childress                Patterson High School                 0
Day 1: 5   09-10   Total:   5  09-10
21. Nathan Reynolds – Connor Polk                Backwoods Bassin                      0
Day 1: 5   09-09   Total:   5  09-09
22. Mason Alberes – Bryson Benoit                Assumption High School                0
Day 1: 4   09-03   Total:   4  09-03
23. TJ Edwards – Houston Vaiden                  North Mississippi Anglers             0
Day 1: 5   08-14   Total:   5  08-14
24. Jacob Holder – Peyton Paul                   Harleton HS                           0
Day 1: 5   08-12   Total:   5  08-12
25. John Kyle  Pearce – Jackson Gregory          Calvary Baptist Academy               0
Day 1: 4   08-12   Total:   4  08-12
26. Jack Alexander – Colledge Elliott            Mountain Brook High School            0
Day 1: 5   08-06   Total:   5  08-06
27. Chase Edmonston – Trevor Dunne               Ascension Anglers                     0
Day 1: 4   07-15   Total:   4  07-15
28. Luke Iles –                                  Ascension Anglers                     0
Day 1: 2   07-15   Total:   2  07-15
29. Jacob Davidson – Owen Chamberlain            Mt. Juliet                            0
Day 1: 5   07-14   Total:   5  07-14
30. Drake Koonce – Hunter Wesley                 Sulpher High School- LA               0
Day 1: 5   07-11   Total:   5  07-11
30. Hayes White – Tiger Manuel                   Sulphur High School                   0
Day 1: 5   07-11   Total:   5  07-11
32. Peyton Briggs – Dawson Mccann                Buckeye High School                   0
Day 1: 5   07-10   Total:   5  07-10
33. Douglas Davenport – Coby Bertrand            sam houston high                      0
Day 1: 3   07-08   Total:   3  07-08
34. William Cothran – Ryan Cothran               Mt. Pleasant                          0
Day 1: 2   07-06   Total:   2  07-06
35. Trace Day – Jackson McKee                    Denham Springs                        0
Day 1: 5   07-01   Total:   5  07-01
36. Justin James – Gavin Cooper                  LCM Bass Team                         0
Day 1: 3   07-00   Total:   3  07-00
37. Noah Trant – Mark Andrew Trant               Calvary Baptist Academy               0
Day 1: 3   06-10   Total:   3  06-10
38. Brock Gullixon –                             Waupaca bass club                     0
Day 1: 5   06-08   Total:   5  06-08
39. Blayne Carpenter – Brett Perkins             Sulphur High School-LA                0
Day 1: 3   06-06   Total:   3  06-06
40. Luke Miller – Jacob Tullier                  central high school                   0
Day 1: 4   06-05   Total:   4  06-05
41. Brandon Comeaux – Bryce Robertson            Sam Houston High School               0
Day 1: 3   06-05   Total:   3  06-05
42. Wyatt Loving – Brett Velzis                  Cy Woods                              0
Day 1: 2   06-04   Total:   2  06-04
43. Micah Cromer – Austin Hicks                  Captain Shreve High School            0
Day 1: 3   06-02   Total:   3  06-02
44. Shamar Pierre – Khristian Rousseve           WEST ST JOHN HIGH                     0
Day 1: 3   06-00   Total:   3  06-00
45. Connor Morrow – Morgen Johnson               Pineville HS                          0
Day 1: 2   06-00   Total:   2  06-00
46. Connor Rushing – Ethan Simon                 Central High School                   0
Day 1: 3   05-14   Total:   3  05-14
47. Kyle Stephens – Baylor Leger                 Teurlings Catholic                    0
Day 1: 3   05-13   Total:   3  05-13
48. Kolten Goolsby – Morgan Banta                Cayuga High School                    0
Day 1: 3   05-12   Total:   3  05-12
49. Brayden Nichols – Trenton Contario           Northwood High School                 0
Day 1: 2   05-12   Total:   2  05-12
50. Ross Miller – Tanner Meyer                   Notre Dame High School                0
Day 1: 3   05-11   Total:   3  05-11
51. Peyton Grizzaffi – Christian Holland         Morgan City High School               0
Day 1: 2   05-10   Total:   2  05-10
52. Hayden Oleveaux – Mason Ortego               West Feliciana                        0
Day 1: 3   05-09   Total:   3  05-09
53. Dylan Guidry – Brayden Melancon              Teurlings Catholic High School        0
Day 1: 3   05-08   Total:   3  05-08
54. Braxton Little – Hayden Marshall             Gardendale High School                0
Day 1: 3   05-04   Total:   3  05-04
55. Jacob Long – Casey Lovett                    LA – Jr Southwest Bassmasters         0
Day 1: 2   05-00   Total:   2  05-00
56. Ty Haymon – Gage Shepard                     Elizabeth HS                          0
Day 1: 3   04-14   Total:   3  04-14
57. Garrett Pierce – Gunnar Gray                 Benton High School                    0
Day 1: 3   04-13   Total:   3  04-13
57. Ryan Stimmel – Cy Cramer                     Seminole High School                  0
Day 1: 3   04-13   Total:   3  04-13
59. Braden Pujol –                               Assumption High School                0
Day 1: 2   04-13   Total:   2  04-13
60. Wyatt Roach – Cameron Courville              Sulphur High School                   0
Day 1: 2   04-12   Total:   2  04-12
61. Tristen Porschakin – Eryn Shuff              Franklin county                       0
Day 1: 2   04-06   Total:   2  04-06
61. Cayden Reily – Evan Maddie                   Central High School                   0
Day 1: 2   04-06   Total:   2  04-06
63. Brennen Howard – Logan Turner                White Plains High School              0
Day 1: 1   04-04   Total:   1  04-04
64. Peyton Matherne – Stephen James              Walker High School                    0
Day 1: 3   04-03   Total:   3  04-03
65. Ryhan Fox – Isaac Irvin                      Galatia High School                   0
Day 1: 2   04-03   Total:   2  04-03
66. Justin Raymond – Tucker Scarber              Shelby County Junior Bass Angler      0
Day 1: 1   04-03   Total:   1  04-03
67. Will D’aquilla – Kaden Cowart                West Feliciana                        0
Day 1: 1   04-00   Total:   1  04-00
68. Hayden Thomas – Grant Cochran                Stilwell High School- OK              0
Day 1: 2   03-15   Total:   2  03-15
69. Chase Stone – Brice Clavin                   Sulphur High School                   0
Day 1: 2   03-11   Total:   2  03-11
70. Devan Perkins –                              Denham Springs High School            0
Day 1: 2   03-10   Total:   2  03-10
71. Kellen Katchur – Dakota Manuel               Barbe High School                     0
Day 1: 2   03-04   Total:   2  03-04
72. Palmer Peters – Hunter Lawrence              Silliman Fishing                      0
Day 1: 1   03-04   Total:   1  03-04
73. Bradyn Hosea – Logan Moore                   sulphur high school                   0
Day 1: 1   03-03   Total:   1  03-03
74. Luke Ferachi – Hanson Chaney                 Walker High School                    0
Day 1: 2   03-01   Total:   2  03-01
75. Elizabeth Eastman – Porter Savarese          Fairhope High School                  0
Day 1: 2   03-00   Total:   2  03-00
76. Noah Ray –                                   Tullahoma High School- TN             0
Day 1: 2   02-15   Total:   2  02-15
77. Chase Taylor – Alexis Barton                 Anacoco High School                   0
Day 1: 1   02-13   Total:   1  02-13
78. Cameron Cannon – Braxton Voisin              St Thomas More HS                     0
Day 1: 1   02-12   Total:   1  02-12
79. Hannah Robertson – Brennan Cummings          Denham Springs High School            0
Day 1: 2   02-10   Total:   2  02-10
80. Cullin Liner – Ezra Patureau                 Morgan city highschool                0
Day 1: 1   02-09   Total:   1  02-09
80. Hayden Mckenzie – Jayden Ragusa              Walker High School                    0
Day 1: 1   02-09   Total:   1  02-09
82. Morgan Babin – Brooke Stroughter             Denham Springs High School            0
Day 1: 1   02-08   Total:   1  02-08
83. Brentyn Wheat – Cody Georgel                 Livingston Parish Bassmasters         0
Day 1: 1   02-05   Total:   1  02-05
84. Cecil Barton – Hunter Giroir                 West Feliciana                        0
Day 1: 1   02-03   Total:   1  02-03
84. Samuel Maturin – William Cramer              Terlings Catholic Broussard, LA       0
Day 1: 1   02-03   Total:   1  02-03
86. Brady Duncan – Mason Huddleston              Mt. Juliet High School                0
Day 1: 1   02-01   Total:   1  02-01
87. Joseph Cramer – Brett Garber                 Teurlings Catholic High School        0
Day 1: 1   02-00   Total:   1  02-00
88. Aaron Cherry – Hudson Choquette              Headland Bass Team                    0
Day 1: 1   01-15   Total:   1  01-15
89. Cooper Miller – Landon Sepulvado             Many High School                      0
Day 1: 1   01-14   Total:   1  01-14
90. Dylan Breaux – Gage Boquet                   Lafourche Bassmaster                  0
Day 1: 1   01-13   Total:   1  01-13
90. Logan Leblanc – Garrett Watts                Walker                                0
Day 1: 1   01-13   Total:   1  01-13
92. Dylan Melancon – Drake Carret                Teurlings Catholic High School        0
Day 1: 1   01-12   Total:   1  01-12
93. Chandler Bourgeois – Eli Fuselier            Ascension Anglers                     0
Day 1: 1   01-11   Total:   1  01-11
94. Michael Corlew – Archer Pangburn             West Feliciana                        0
Day 1: 1   01-09   Total:   1  01-09
95. Chase Mccarter – Garrett Hawkins             Sevier County High School             0
Day 1: 1   01-06   Total:   1  01-06
96. Matthew Guidry – Brandon Peschier            Teurlings Catholic High School        0
Day 1: 1   01-02   Total:   1  01-02
96. Logan Martin – Dylan Verret                  Patterson High                        0
Day 1: 1   01-02   Total:   1  01-02
98. Stone Adair – Jacob Cosenza                  Many High School                      0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Matthew Arceneaux – Adam Theriot             West Feliciana                        0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Landon Arceneaux – Brant Youngblood          Sulphur HS-LA                         0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Ethan Armstrong – Taylor Wilson              Walker High School                    0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Parker Ballard – Cory Sonnier                Barbe High School                     0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Tristan Beck – Colson Brust                  Carthage                              0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Austin Birdsong – Jd Hoyt                    Mount Juliet Fishing                  0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Alexander Blanchard – Noah Deshotel          assumption high school                0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Owen Boudreaux – Clayton Schmill             Thibodaux High School                 0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Thomas Bourque – Gabe Hogan                  Southside High School                 0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Lane Brown – Caden Birch                     Silliman Fishing                      0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Jacob Bruener – Isaac Jones                  Douglas High School                   0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Ty Catalan – Noah Melancon                   St Thomas More                        0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Kenneth Clark – Hunter Wallace               Harleton HS                           0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. BJ Collins – Owen Jenkins                    Chatuge Anglers-NC                    0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Daymon Columbia – Brady Talbot               Live Oak High School                  0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Ethan Cortez – Chance Hebert                 Assumption High School                0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Jackson Crouch – Landon Miller               Souhtside High School                 0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Jacob Damron – Hunter Palmer                 Tullahoma City Schools                0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Joseph Dejean – Gavin Davis                  West Feliciana                        0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Layton Dousay – Reid Kelly                   Silliman High School                  0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Lance Dragon – Laken Comeaux                 Walker High                           0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Hunter Dugas – Cameron Wheatley              COMEAUX HIGH SCHOOL                   0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Matthew Elliott – Nathan Ellis               Central High School                   0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Gunner Ellis – Braxton Hill                  Silliman Fishing                      0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Riley Falcon – Zack Clark                    Assumption High School                0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Brian Fontenot Jr – Michael Marks            Teurlings catholic high school        0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Jayden Foster – Jett Watts                   franklin high school                  0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Brennan Fox – Colin King                     Marion High School- IL                0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Rebecca Gallien – Evan Baker                 Lakeview High School                  0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Lily Girouard – Sadie Guirdy                 Teurlings                             0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Kade Guidry – Buddy Leblanc                  Teurlings Catholic High School        0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Logan Guy – Brennan Simoneaux                Central HS                            0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Brayten Harper – Corbin Sanders              Harleton HS                           0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Landon Hotard – Brody Hulin                  Southside high                        0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Trace Johnson – Blake Lundy                  East Hickman                          0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Cole Lacour – Trystan Ganey                  Ponchatoula High School               0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Aidan Landry – Evan Leboeuf                  Teurlings Catholic High School        0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Victoria Lemmler – Emma Simon                Central High School                   0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Laney Leon – Connor Kuriger                  Ascension Anglers                     0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Noe Liles – Jake Sparks                      Fairhope HS                           0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Dylan Mack – Parker Diamond                  Albany High School                    0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Reagan Martine –                             Ascension Anglers                     0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Colin McDaniel – Cade Nettles                North Desoto HS                       0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Kayden Meade – Benton Miller                 North DeSoto High School Fishing      0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Branson Melancon – Ben Francis               Notre Dame High School                0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Jacob Meliet – Jobe Bourgeois                Ascension anglers                     0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Brody Metcalf – Colby Lindley                Harleton HS                           0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Ethan Morgan – Ryan Craig                    Pineville High School                 0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Ridge Mullis – Garrison Palmer               Hillcrest High School- AL             0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Micah Murray – Brayden Davis                 albany high  school                   0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Dylan Nimrod – Collin Stephens               De Soto Bass Team- KS                 0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Tucker Pendergrass – Lucas Roberts           Livingston Academy                    0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Dylan Pennison – Cameron Migues              Assumption High School                0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. JW Prejean – Joshua Stockstill               teurlings catholic                    0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Cameron Pruitt – Dylan Meeks                 Casey County High School- KY          0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Hudson Reviere – Winston Frey                Notre Dame HS                         0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Laindree Richardson – Lucas Wielt            Benton Bass Fishing-IL                0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Levi Robinson – Kenton Thomas                Parkway Fishing Team                  0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Cooper Shaffett – Cade Warlock               Central High School                   0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Jaden Silas – Lane Harrell                   Denham springs freshman high          0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Dakota Skipper – Olivia Simpson              Silliman Fishing                      0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Skylar Smith – Jacob White                   Mabank High School                    0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Colton Smith – Matthew Gallman               Parkway Fishing Team                  0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Cole Sposito – Seth Belanger                 H. L. Bourgeois                       0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Levi Sterling – Joshua Wallace               Franklin County                       0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Dakota Stewart – Scott Lemmler               Central High School                   0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Dylan Stokes – Keaton Mills                  Wilson Central High School- TN        0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Gage Tate – Clayton Braddock                 West Feliciana                        0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Alyssa Taylor – Reid Burns                   Walker Valley High School-TN          0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Levi Thibodaux – Holdyn Delatte              Lafourche Bassmaster                  0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Corey Vincent –                              SULPHUR HIGH                          0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Thompson Waddell – Ross Melancon             Silliman High School                  0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Savannah Walls – Keely Ana Strickland        Central High School                   0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Cambre Webb – Alan-Michael  Horne            Silliman Fishing                      0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Tristan Welch – Jordan Gibson                Ascension Anglers                     0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
98. Noelle Wilkinson – Braxton Willis            Pineville High School                 0
Day 1: 0   00-00   Total:   0  00-00
———————————————————————–
Totals
Day   #Limits    #Fish      Weight
1        25       277       627-12
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25       277       627-12

Cox Retains Lead at Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit at Sam Rayburn Reservoir

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: BROOKELAND, TEXAS (Jan. 25, 2020) – The Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit at Sam Rayburn Reservoir has set the stage for another dramatic finale on Sunday – the top 10 is stacked with a former FLW Cup champion, a Phoenix Bass Fishing League (BFL) All-American Champion and two semi-local anglers with a wealth of experience on Sam Rayburn – all in striking distance to win the tournament, and the top prize of $135,000.

Berkley pro John Cox of DeBary, Florida, who has led the tournament the entire way, weighed a five-bass limit totaling 13 pounds, 3 ounces to retain his lead with a three-day total of 53-6.

Pro Corey Neece of Bristol, Tennessee, (52-10), who started the day in seventh place, vaulted into second after bringing in the largest limit of the day Saturday weighing 20-7. Darold Gleason of Many, Louisiana, (50-1), Alabama’s Sam George (46-3) and Tommy Dickerson of Orange, Texas, (45-8) round out the top five.

With just a 12-ounce cushion heading into the final day, Cox is ready to see how it all shakes out on Championship Sunday.

“I am honestly so thrilled to have caught 13 pounds today,” said Cox, who has four previous wins in FLW pro competition. “Nothing felt right. I pulled up to my magic spot and everything seemed okay – the wind was blowing a little bit from a different direction, but no big deal. I threw out there and caught a 12-incher and that was it. I tried to stay there and wait, but it just wasn’t happening.

“I ended up just running around until I saw something that looked good, then I’d stop and fish. I probably stopped 100 times, and about every 10th stop I’d catch something.”

Cox had caught his fish earlier this week on a Berkley Frittside crankbait, but when his main area fizzled he was forced to switch to a Z-Man ChatterBait to cover more water.

“I couldn’t really throw the crankbait today, because I was moving too fast,” Cox said. “I had the trolling motor on 100 and was always looking for my next cast.

“Nothing came on the same thing,” he continued. “One came off of an isolated stick. One came off of a laydown. One came on a rocky point. One came off of a drain in the back of a pocket. I got so lucky to catch what I did.”

The upside for Cox after Day Three was that he survived, and still has the lead going into the final day.

“I was looking at my past results and it really seemed like I bombed on a lot of Day Threes last year,” Cox went on to say. “I was thinking that I blew it again today and was going to drop to fifth or sixth and really have to get lucky and catch a big fish tomorrow. I still think I’ll need some big fish – Neece caught 20 (pounds) today and he’s on something magical – but I’m hoping my little area turns back on, and if it doesn’t we’ll scramble again and see what happens.”

The top 10 pros advancing to the final day of competition Sunday on Sam Rayburn Reservoir are:

1st:       John Cox of DeBary, Fla., 15 bass, 53-6
2nd:      Corey Neece of Bristol, Tenn., 10 bass, 52-10
3rd:       Darold Gleason of Many, La., 15 bass, 50-1
4th:       Sam George of Athens, Ala., 15 bass, 46-3
5th:       Tommy Dickerson of Orange, Texas, 15 bass, 45-8
6th:       Jonathan Canada of Helena, Ala., 15 bass, 45-8
7th:       Kerry Milner of Bono, Ark., 15 bass, 45-2
8th:       Scott Dobson of Clarkston, Mich., 15 bass, 43-8
9th:       Ron Nelson of Berrien Springs, Mich., 15 bass, 43-7
10th:     Alex Davis of Albertville, Ala., 15 bass, 43-4

Finishing in 11th through 30th are

11th:     Bill McDonald of Greenwood, Ind., 15 bass, 42-12, $11,000
12th:     Jake Ormond of Sterlington, La., 15 bass, 42-9, $11,000
13th:     Joshua Weaver of Macon, Ga., 15 bass, 42-4, $11,000
14th:     Mitch Crane of Columbus, Miss., 15 bass, 42-0, $11,000
15th:     Bradford Beavers of Summerville, S.C., 15 bass, 41-15, $11,000
16th:     Hunter Freeman of Monroe, La., 12 bass, 41-12, $11,000
17th:     Mike Surman of Boca Raton, Fla., 15 bass, 41-5, $11,000
18th:     Miles Burghoff of Soddy Daisy, Tenn., 15 bass, 41-3, $11,000
19th:     Grae Buck of Harleysville, Pa., 15 bass, 41-2, $11,500
20th:     Matt Becker of Finleyville, Pa., 15 bass, 40-3, $11,000
21st:     Greg Bohannan of Bentonville, Ark., 13 bass, 38-7, $10,500
22nd:    Jeff Dobson of Bartlesville, Okla., 15 bass, 37-12, $10,500
23rd:     Chris McCall of Palmer, Texas, 14 bass, 37-9, $10,500
24th:     Tim Frederick of Leesburg, Fla., 13 bass, 37-0, $10,500
25th:     Miles Howe of San Juan Capistrano, Calif., 13 bass, 36-12, $10,500
26th:     Tyler Stewart of West Monroe, La., 15 bass, 35-15, $10,500
27th:     Mark Fisher of Wauconda, Ill., 15 bass, 35-10, $10,500
28th:     Spencer Shuffield of Hot Springs, Ark., 15 bass, 34-0, $10,500
29th:     Scott Ashmore of Broken Arrow, Okla., 13 bass, 32-14, $10,500
30th:     Joey Cifuentes of Clinton, Ark., 13 bass, 32-3, $10,500

Full results for the entire field can be found at FLWFishing.com.

Overall there were 138 bass weighing 354 pounds, 14 ounces, caught by pros Saturday. Of the final 30 pros, 23 of them were able to bring a five-bass limit to the scale.

In Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit competition, the full field of 154 pro anglers competed in the two-day opening round on Thursday and Friday. The top 30 pros based on their two-day accumulated weight advanced to Saturday. Now, only the top 10 pros continue competition Sunday, with the winner determined by the heaviest accumulated weight from the four days of competition.

The Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit at Sam Rayburn Reservoir is hosted by the Jasper County Development District.

The final 10 anglers will take off at 7:30 a.m. CST Sunday from the Umphrey Family Pavilion, located at 5438 Sam Rayburn Parkway, in Brookeland. Sunday’s championship weigh-in will be held at the pavilion, beginning at 4 p.m.

Television coverage of the Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit at Sam Rayburn Reservoir will premiere in 2020. The 2020 Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit will have 156 two-hour airings on network television, including 26 consecutive weeks of Friday night primetime airing on Outdoor Channel and 130 airings on Sportsman Channel for a total of 312 hours of Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit programming.

The popular FLW Live on-the-water broadcast will air Sunday, featuring live action from the boats of the tournament’s top pros each day. Host Travis Moran is joined by former FLW pro Todd Hollowell to break down the extended action each day from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. The on-the-water broadcast will be live streamed on FLWFishing.com, the FLW YouTube channel and the FLW Facebook page.

For complete details and updated information visit FLWFishing.com. For regular updates, photos, tournament news and more, follow the Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit on FLW’s social media outlets at Facebook, TwitterInstagram, and YouTube.

About FLW
FLW is the world’s largest tournament-fishing organization, providing anglers of all skill levels the opportunity to compete for millions in prize money across five tournament circuits. Headquartered in Benton, Kentucky, FLW and its partners conduct more than 290 bass-fishing tournaments annually around the world, including the United States, Canada, China, Italy, South Korea, Mexico, Namibia, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, and Zimbabwe.

FLW tournament fishing can be seen on the Emmy-nominated “FLW” television show while Bass Fishing magazine delivers cutting-edge tips from top pros. Acquired by Major League Fishing in late 2019, FLW is expanding its programming in 2020 to the Outdoor Channel and the Sportsman Channel as well as on-demand at MyOutdoorTV (MOTV).

For more information visit FLWFishing.com and follow FLW at FacebookTwitterInstagram and YouTube.

MANY, La. — Cody Huff and Dakota Pierce finished what they started and clinched a wire-to-wire victory on Saturday in the Carhartt Bassmaster College Series at Toledo Bend presented by Bass Pro Shops.

Cody Huff and Dakota Pierce of Bethel University won the Carhartt Bassmaster College Series at Toledo Bend presented by Bass Pro Shops with a three-day total of 60 pounds, 7 ounces. Photo by Ronnie Moore/B.A.S.S.

The duo from Tennessee’s Bethel University bagged another five-bass limit, weighing a tournament-high 20 pounds, 15 ounces. That gave them a three-day total of 60-7 and sealed a convincing victory at this famed 185,000-acre reservoir on the Louisiana/Texas border.

Huff and Pierce earned more than $3,000 for the Bethel bass fishing team with the win. They also earned a spot in the College Series National Championship, which is scheduled for later this year at a date and location to be determined.

“This is awesome,” Pierce said, still clutching his tournament title trophy. “We went out there and worked our butts off all week to do it. It wasn’t easy.”

They made it look easy, though, after grabbing the lead with a 19-11 limit on Thursday and following with a 19-13 bag a day later. That gave them nearly a 4-pound cushion over the 11 other teams that survived Friday’s cut. Their final margin of victory was an impressive 6-7.

There were no giants among the 15 bass Huff and Pierce weighed this week. Instead, they relied on a steady stream of 3 1/2- to 4 1/2 -pound largemouth.

“(We’ll take those) any day of the week, any week of the year,” Huff said.

The Bethel duo targeted larger ditches and channel swings where baitfish were concentrated all week. Their best bites came during the afternoons in 20 to 60 feet of water.

“We caught them on jigging spoons,” Pierce said. “There wasn’t much to it, we just had to get it down there quick. Those fish are always moving and following shad. All we had to do was get it in front of their face.”

The win continues a tremendous run for Huff, who now has led on six consecutive days in Bassmaster tournaments. He previously won all three of his matches in the Bassmaster College Series Classic Bracket event on Tennessee’s Watts Bar Lake last August, and that qualified him for the 2020 Academy Sports + Outdoors Bassmaster Classic presented by Huk which will take place March 6-8 on Alabama’s Lake Guntersville.

Huff said it wasn’t difficult to maintain focus at Toledo Bend, despite the fact he’ll compete in the biggest bass tournament in the world in six weeks.

“Everything’s just one week at a time right now,” he said. “I’m just going fishing and enjoying the year while it’s here.”

Huff and Pierce are both 22-year-old seniors, and they grew up together in Ava, Mo., which is five hours from McKenzie, Tenn., where Bethel is located. They credited the program’s culture of success and said they’ve become better anglers since enrolling at the school

“It’s cool to be around a bunch of guys who know what they’re doing,” Pierce said.

Brett Clark and Cody Ross of East Texas Baptist placed second with 54-0, and the Kent State duo of Tanner Ward and Rory Franks were third with 53-12.

In all, 248 teams from 26 states entered the tournament, and the Top 12 tandems split a total purse of $10,625 for their school fishing teams. The top 25 pairs in the standings advanced to nationals.

Stevie Mills and Baylor Howell of Bethel won the $500 Carhartt Big Bass Award for the 7-8 largemouth they caught on Thursday. Huff and Pierce won the Bass Pro Shops/Nitro Boats Big Bag Award and the $250 in merchandise that goes with it for having the biggest bag of the tournament (the 20-15 limit on Saturday.)

The Mossy Oak Fishing Bassmaster High School Series at Toledo Bend presented by Academy Sports + Outdoors will take place Sunday, as will the Mossy Oak Fishing Bassmaster Junior Series event. Takeoff for both fields is set for 7 a.m. CT at Cypress Bend Park. Juniors will weigh in back at the park at 1:30 p.m., with the high school anglers scheduled for 3 p.m.

All three tournaments are presented by the Louisiana Office of Tourism, Toledo Bend Lake Country, the Sabine River Authority, Desoto Parish Tourist Commission and the Vernon Parish Tourist Commission.

2020 Carhartt Bassmaster College Series Title Sponsor: Carhartt

2020 Carhartt Bassmaster College Series Presenting Sponsor: Bass Pro Shops

2020 Carhartt Bassmaster College Series Title Sponsor Platinum Sponsor: Toyota

2020 Carhartt Bassmaster College Series Title Sponsor Premier Sponsors: Abu Garcia, Berkley, Humminbird, Mercury, Minn Kota, Nitro Boats, Power-Pole, Skeeter Boats, Talon, Triton Boats, Yamaha

2020 Carhartt Bassmaster College Series Title Sponsor Supporting Sponsors: HUK Performance Fishing, Mossy Oak Fishing, Rapala

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2020 Tour Stop Toledo Bend Reservoir 1/23-1/25
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(BOATER) Standings Day 3

Angler                                       Club/School                       Pts

1.  Cody Huff – Dakota Pierce                    Bethel University                   250
Day 1: 5   19-11     Day 2: 5   19-13     Day 3: 5   20-15   Total:  15  60-07
2.  Brett Clark – Cody Ross                      East Texas  Baptist University      249
Day 1: 5   16-11     Day 2: 5   19-00     Day 3: 5   18-05   Total:  15  54-00
3.  Tanner Ward – Rory Franks                    Kent State University               248
Day 1: 5   17-10     Day 2: 5   15-08     Day 3: 5   20-10   Total:  15  53-12
4.  Thaddeus Simerly – Ethan Shaw                Bryan College                       247
Day 1: 5   18-13     Day 2: 5   12-02     Day 3: 5   18-00   Total:  15  48-15
5.  Ty Cox – Fisher Overton                      Blue Mountain College               246
Day 1: 5   17-01     Day 2: 5   16-00     Day 3: 5   12-01   Total:  15  45-02
6.  Austin Carr – Justin Carr                    Illinois State University           245
Day 1: 5   14-15     Day 2: 5   16-05     Day 3: 5   11-13   Total:  15  43-01
7.  Brett Fregia – Jack Tindell                  Lamar State College Orange          244
Day 1: 5   16-14     Day 2: 5   13-10     Day 3: 5   12-02   Total:  15  42-10
8.  Charles Norris – Braxton Resweber            University of Louisiana at LaFay    243
Day 1: 5   16-02     Day 2: 5   18-04     Day 3: 4   07-10   Total:  14  42-00
9.  Griffin Phillips – Ethan King                University of Montevallo            242
Day 1: 5   13-12     Day 2: 5   15-13     Day 3: 5   12-00   Total:  15  41-09
10. Grant Lesage – Zach Davis                    Southeastern Louisiana Universit    241
Day 1: 5   13-07     Day 2: 5   17-06     Day 3: 5   10-01   Total:  15  40-14
11. Jacob Pfundt – Emil Wagner                   Ole Miss                            240
Day 1: 5   15-10     Day 2: 5   15-03     Day 3: 4   07-15   Total:  14  38-12
12. Austin Smith – Maddux Walters                Carson Newman                       239
Day 1: 4   15-05     Day 2: 4   14-12     Day 3: 2   03-07   Total:  10  33-08
13. Cole Sands – Conner Dimauro                  Bryan College- TN                   238
Day 1: 5   15-12     Day 2: 5   13-10   Total:  10  29-06
14. Boone Faulkner – Nikolas Beckstein           Mississippi State                   237
Day 1: 5   16-11     Day 2: 5   12-05   Total:  10  29-00
15. Jack York – Samuel Harrison                  stephen f austin state universit    236
Day 1: 5   16-07     Day 2: 5   12-02   Total:  10  28-09
16. James Willoughby – Chance Schwartz           University of Montevallo            235
Day 1: 4   12-03     Day 2: 5   16-00   Total:   9  28-03
17. Adam Carroll – Justin Barnes                 University of Montevallo            234
Day 1: 5   15-13     Day 2: 5   12-06   Total:  10  28-03
18. Chase Mundhenke – Blake Milligan             Auburn                              233
Day 1: 5   11-12     Day 2: 5   15-12   Total:  10  27-08
19. Wesley Pennington – Austin Mize              University of North Alabama         232
Day 1: 5   12-12     Day 2: 5   14-10   Total:  10  27-06
20. Zeke Gossett – Lucas Smith                   Jacksonville State                  231
Day 1: 5   12-00     Day 2: 5   15-02   Total:  10  27-02
21. Tommy Sendek – Tyler Turk                    Grand Canyon university             230
Day 1: 5   11-05     Day 2: 5   15-10   Total:  10  26-15
22. Jarred Jones – Logan Tate                    Jacksonville State University       229
Day 1: 5   15-09     Day 2: 5   11-01   Total:  10  26-10
23. Cole Breeden – Cameron Smith                 Drury University                    228
Day 1: 5   11-09     Day 2: 5   14-12   Total:  10  26-05
24. Kyle Everett – John Higginbotham             LA Tech                             227
Day 1: 5   12-00     Day 2: 5   14-03   Total:  10  26-03
25. Jake Maddux – Chace Gregory                  Southern Union                      226
Day 1: 5   13-14     Day 2: 5   12-05   Total:  10  26-03
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Totals
Day   #Limits    #Fish      Weight
1       100       772      1924-11
2        70       587      1438-04
3         9        55       154-15
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179      1414      3517-14

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