there were white caps and an estimated 2-3 foot waves rolling
down the bay. There was virtually no place to hide.
Through all that, Charlie Prince held
off his closest competitor by .01 lb. with a limit of largemouth
weighing in at 15.33 lbs., anchored by the tournament lunker
of 5.40 lbs. Charlie confided that his success came from ripping
a Swim Jig in 4 to 6 foot of water over/through the weeds
near deep water in the morning, then flipping a tube the rest
of the afternoon along the weed line in 12 to 15 foot water.
In a close second place finish, Wade
McClurg moved into the lead in the AOY standings with his
limit of bass weighing 15.32 lbs. His sack was anchored by
a 4.66 lb. largemouth bass.
Garrett Stuckey weighed in a limit of bass that tipped the
scales at 12.83 lbs. with a 4.06 lb. kicker. His bag was good
for 3rd place and was accomplished from the back of the boat
as a co-angler.
Rounding out the top four was Noel Good with his limit weighing
The final point’s tournament will be held on Keuka Lake
on Sept. 17th.