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JC Outdoors Lake Fork Spring Teams Tournament Results From July 10




Nick Brown and Phil Shoyer won first place in the tournament held July 10, 2021 with a total of 200 points and 2.44-pound lunker.

Here are the top five winners from the tournament.

Rank

Boat No.

Angler #1

Angler#2

# of Fish

Big Bass

Total

Payouts

Points

1

1

Nick Brown

Phil Shoyer

5

2.44

10.21

$2000+$880SP

200

2

2

Steve Sennikoff

Timothy Barnes

5

2.46

9.91

$1000+$440SP

198

3

3

Jon Frank

Josh White

5

 

8.39

$550

196

4

4

Curt Culbertson

 

5

2.23

8.25

$300+$190SP

194

5

4

Bobby DuBose

John Duhon

5

 

8.25

$300+$190SP

194




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Fishing Report from TPWD (Jul. 21)

GOOD. Water lightly stained; 86-90 degrees; 0.27 feet low. Largemouth bass are good on topwaters and buzz baits (early or late in the day), Carolina rigged plastic worms and craws, shad like crankbaits and football jigs working timber and brush piles. White and yellow bass are fair using live bait, jigging spoons and slabs on humps, flats and ridge lines. Crappie are good on minnows near brush piles, bridges and timber. Catfish are good using cut bait and live bait in water depths 15-25 feet.

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