1. Charlie Barnes
|2. Justin Hallmark||43.96|
|3. Chris Guaydacan||38.00|
|4. Joe Scuito||37.73|
|5. Chris Marcavage||35.65|
|6. Gary Bowien||31.32|
Toby & Timothy Tucker find the bass in the grass on Stillhouse Hollow Reservoir! TTT targeted a submerged hump with TX Rigged Watermelon Red Senkos. They weighed in 9 bass for a total of 22.73 lbs. Chris Guaydacan catches his personal best to take over the Big Bass Of the Year race. Guaydacan's Stillhouse Hollow heavyweight tipped the scale at 8.63 lbs. Next stop for the BSCBC will be on Lake Buchanan. Due to lack of participation in the club this year, the club voted to keep the tournament closer to home instead of venturing out to Falcon Lake.
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Joe Scuito and Charlie Barnes distanced themselves from the rest of the small field on Lake Georgetown to get the win! Joe and Charlie reported catching their fish on a variety of lure presentations.
Charlie "Bassmaster" Barnes also caught the Big Bass of the event. This was the first official club event since the Covid-19 Pandemic crippled the country. The club practiced social distancing guidelines and so did the fish apparently as they faced an extremely tough Lake Georgetown. The club will decide what Lake to visit in July at our next meeting.