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Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Outlook for April

  OUTLOOK FOR APRIL 2015





APRIL BIG FISH CONTEST........................................

We will be paying $100 or a Yearly Ramp Pass ($125 value) to the anglers that catch the LARGEST BASS, CRAPPIE & STRIPER each month!!!!!


Here are the rules.......

MUST LAUNCH AT APM/FISH TALES and either pay the $8 ramp fee or be a yearly ramp pass holder.


Fish can be caught on artificial or live bait.

If fishing with a guide or employee,
RAMP FEE MUST BE PAID BEFORE OUTING.


Tournament caught fish are eligible, however they must be weighed on the porch scales.

CONTEST RUNS FROM APRIL 1-APRIL 30

UPCOMING BASS TOURNAMENTS

SATURDAY & SUNDAY MORNING SERIES
EVERY WEEKEND in APRIL FROM 7am-12pm
$100 Entry Fee - No Membership Fee
Contact Chris Craft or Dave Fauntleroy at Fish Tales
540-895-5900 ext 5

April 11
Wiked Worms Bass Tournament
7am-3:30pm
$25 entry fee + $10 Optional Big Fish Pot
Contact Jeff Damron
540-282-7536

April 12
Fish for the Cure
Breast Cancer Awareness Fund Raising Tournament
6:30am-3pm
$80 entry fee +  $20 Optional Big Fish Pot
Contact Mike Forsht
fishforthecure@earthlink.net
571-528-8384


As I sit here and write this, the Morning Spring Sun is shining through the window and it feels really nice!!!!!!!! Look for the water to start warming up and the fish starting to getting frisky and shallow. The full moon is on April 4, with that being said, I think the big push of fish to the shallows will happen sometime around April 11. Right in the middle of the full and new moon. 


BASS-The Largemouth have already started to make a move up. Look for them on the first break line off of the shore in 4-10 feet of water early in the month. They will really start to cruise around looking for spawning areas and mates. To target these cruising fish, being stealthy and long casts are a must!!!!!!!!!!!! When they first pull up and start cruising, they will be very spooky (especially in the clear down lake region). 

Down lake and mid lake, soft jerkbaits like Zoom Super Flukes and Damiki Armor Shads will put numbers in the boat for you! My color choices in the Armor Shad are White Silver Flake on cloudy days and either Pro Purple or Pro Blue on sunny days. Rig them on 8-12 pound Izorline with a 4/0 Gamakatsu EWG Hook. 

Hard jerkbaits will also continue to catch fish all month. 
As the water warms up, you can get more aggressive with them as well! My custom Crappie Color has been one of the hottest colors on the lake the past 2 years and continues to catch them. Fish Tales has the original Purple and the new Blue in stock!! 

These two colors are a perfect match to the Dave's Tournament Tackle Tiger Shad Spinnerbaits that work so well out here. 



If venturing uplake, the emerging Willow Grass will start to hold more and more fish each and everyday. As the crappie start to pull into the grass for their spawn, the Largemouth will follow them and feed on the unsuspecting specks. Fish the jerkbaits on the edge and the spinnerbaits in the middle of the grass!

Jig & Pig combinations pitched into and around the willow grass are a great choice on bright sunny days. Carolina rigged lizards is a great way to slow down and cover a lot of water at the same time, this technique also produces large fish......as long as you do not mind dragging the "OLD BALL & CHAIN" around. 

As April draws to an end, look for almost all of the fish to be shallow. As the post spawn kicks into action, top water baits will start catching numbers of fish. Large walking baits like the Damiki Rambler and Pay Check Repo Man are my two favorites. 

REMEMBER THAT THIS IS C-P-R TIME!!!!!!!!
CATCH-PHOTO-RELEASE
PLEASE THINK ABOUT FISH CARE AS WELL.
DO NOT HOLD ANY FISH, ESPECIALLY LARGE FISH BY THE BOTTOM LIP HORIZONTALLY, THIS WILL BREAK THEIR JAW AND THEY WILL DIE A SLOW PAINFUL DEATH. PLEASE SUPPORT LARGE FISH WITH BOTH HANDS. THANK YOU. 

ALSO, PLEASE DO NOT LAY THEM DOWN ON BOAT CARPET, GRASS, GRAVEL OR ANY OTHER SURFACE IN ORDER TO GET A PICTURE, THIS REMOVES THE PROTECTIVE SLIME COAT ON THEM AND MAKES THEM MORE SUSCEPTIBLE TO SORES.

 
CRAPPIE- At the current time, the crappie are still suspended in deeper water and bridge pilings. With this stretch of warm weather, look for the to make a push to the shallows very soon. As the water warms into the mid to upper 50's, they will start to pull into the Willow Grass, Beaver Huts, Lay Downs, Boat Docks and even move up shallower on the bridges. 

Small minnows on slip bobbers is a very relaxing way of fishing, just sit back and wait for the cork to slowly go under. I prefer to catch them on artificial bait, my choice is a 2" Kalin Curly Tail Grub rigged on a 1/16oz jighead. Top 3 colors for me are John Deere Green, Wally World and Green Weenie. 

Just pull up to a Willow grass bed and start casting, once you find them, they will school according to similar size in the spring. Just keep fishing until you locate the size of fish you are happy with. 


STRIPER- The striper are heading into the uplake region for their annual spawn run and will be willing to take a variety of artificial baits as well as live bait. Early and late in the day, Broken Back Redfins and shallow jerkbaits are great choices. After the sun comes up, soft plastic swimbaits rigged on either an under spin head or straight jighead works well. 

Look for them around the mouyh of Duck in Hole and Goldmine Creeks on the North Anna side and from the S-Turns up to Little Florida on the Pamunkey Arm. 




LAKE LEVEL- FULL POOL

WATER TEMPS
UPLAKE- 50-53
MIDLAKE- 49-52
DOWN LAKE- 50-54
DIKE 3- 56

Chris Craft
CCBASSN GUIDE SERVICE
www.ccbassnlakeanna.blogspot.com
ccbassn@aol.com 
540-894-6195

Anna Point Marina
Fish Tales
540-895-5900 ext 5

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

OUTLOOK FOR MARCH

OUTLOOK FOR MARCH 2015





The ramp at Fish Tales is finally thawed out and open and ready for your boat!


Our monthly Big Fish Contest for March is being postponed until April. This way everyone has a complete month to fish for the prizes. We are also extending into May this year as well!!!
 
We will be paying $100 or a Yearly Ramp Pass ($125 value) to the anglers that catch the LARGEST BASS, CRAPPIE & STRIPER each month!!!!!


Here are the rules.......

MUST LAUNCH AT APM/FISH TALES and either pay the $8 ramp fee or be a yearly ramp pass holder.


Fish can be caught on artificial or live bait.

If fishing with a guide or employee,
RAMP FEE MUST BE PAID BEFORE OUTING.


Tournament caught fish are eligible, however they must be weighed on the porch scales.



OLD MAN WINTER has finally loosened his grip on Central Virginia and the lake is thawing out!!!! At the current time, water temps are just above freezing throughout most of the lake. There is still some ICE the uplake region and in the backs of many creeks. For the next week or so, there may be 
ICE CHUNKS breaking off and floating out to the main lake. PLEASE USE EXTREME CAUTION WHEN NAVIGATING THE LAKE!!

 BASS- The largemouth will start to pull out of deep water winter areas later this month as the water temps start to rise. For now look for them in and close to deep water on main lake points and on main points in the major creeks like Pigeon, Sturgeon and Contrary. 

Suspending Jerkbaits such as Lucky Craft Pointers, Duo Realis, Luck E Strike RC Stix, Rattling Rogues and the many many more that are available to you to catch LARGE NUMBERS & LARGE FISH this month!!! Let the fish decide just how you fish the bait. A good rule to start with is a TWITCH TWITCH PAUSE cadence, with the pause being 5 to 10 seconds. Some days you may have to slow down a lot more and on other days they may be very aggressive! 

 FISH TALES HAS ALL OF YOUR JERKBAIT NEEDS FROM LUCKY CRAFT, LUCK E STRIKE, SPRO, DUO REALIS, STRIKE KING, RATTLING ROGUE & STORM!!

WE ARE AWAITING OUR SHIPMENT OF THE NEW RAPALA SHADOW RAP IN BOTH DEPTH RANGES!!!
 

Another favorite way for me to catch fish is with a 1/4oz Longbill Luck E Strike Scrounger rigged with a DAMIKI ARMOR SHAD. Make long casts to points and deeper flats that have baitfish nearby and be sure to maintain bottom contact with the bait for the entire cast! 

On bright sunny days, the fish may pull up to boat docks, lay down trees and shallow rocks in search of warmer water. On days like this a tight wiggle crankbait like a RAPALA SHAD RAP can produce numbers of fish for you. 

Spy Baiting has taken the fishing industry like a hurricane in August! Duo Realis' Spin Bait 80 and Spin Bait 90 has been catching fish since 2014 and Fish Tales is now fully stocked on both sizes and in every color available!!!! To see a great video of how to fish this this unique bait go to www.duo-inc.co.jp/bass/en/realis and click on SPIN BAIT 80. 
  
CRAPPIE- The Specks are still in deep water here on the MAIN SIDE at the current time. (From some of the reports that I am getting, if you are fortunate enough to have access to the HOT SIDE, fish can be caught from 5-10 feet of water.) Look for them to start making a move very soon. Bridge pilings, deep brush piles and deep rocks will hold fish all month long. Small minnows rigged on slip bobbers will be the best way to catch fish as long as they are deep. 

Once they move up shallower, a 2" Kalin Grub rigged on a 1/16oz jig head will put large amounts of these tasty vittles in the cooler for you! My top 3 colors are John Deere Green, Green Weenie and Wally World. A slow steady retrieve is the best, no need to hop or jerk the bait! 

STRIPER- NO REPORT ON STRIPER AT THIS TIME!!!

LAKE LEVEL- FULL POOL

WATER TEMPS
UPLAKE- FROZEN
MIDLAKE- 37-42
DOWN LAKE- 42-45
DIKE 3- 49 

Chris Craft
CCBASSN GUIDE SERVICE
www.ccbassnlakeanna.blogspot.com
ccbassn@aol.com 
540-894-6195

Anna Point Marina
Fish Tales
540-895-5900 ext 5

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Current Lake Conditions at Fish Tales


THESE PICTURES WERE TAKEN ON 3-3-2015
                      

The ramp at Fish Tales is still frozen and locked in with ice. I will keep everyone informed on the conditions this week and let everyone know when it finally opens up!


Also, our Big Fish Contest is going to be postponed until April, in order to give everyone a fair chance for an entire month. We will also be extending it into May this year!!!!
Contest Dates are April 1-April 30 & May1-May 31
Bass, Crappie and Striper weighed in for April & May. We will be paying $100 or a Yearly Ramp Pass. ($125 value) for each month! 


Here are the rules.......

MUST LAUNCH AT APM/FISH TALES and either pay the $8 ramp fee or be a yearly ramp pass holder.


Fish can be caught on artificial or live bait.

If fishing with a guide or employee,
RAMP FEE MUST BE PAID BEFORE OUTING.


Tournament caught fish are eligible, however they must be weighed on the porch scales.

There is NO fishing report at the current time, I will resume fishing reports and outlooks by Mid March or earlier if possible.

Friday, December 5, 2014

Monthly Outlook for December

DECEMBER

Anna Point Marina/Fish Tales has once again started their Annual Big Fish Contest. They will be giving away either $100 or a yearly ramp pass ($125 VALUE) to the angler that catches the largest bass, crappie and striper for the month. 

RULES.......

1- Must launch from Anna Point Marina and
    fish must be caught during regular business
    business hours.

2- If you are fishing with an employee or guide,
    you must pay the $8 ramp fee BEFORE your
    outing. 

3- Tournament Caught fish are eligible,
     however, they must be weighed on our
     porch scales.

4- Artificial and Live bait is allowed.


                      

MOTHLY OUTLOOK for DECEMBER


The Thanksgiving Holiday has come and gone and Old Man Winter has started knocking on the door! Last month proved to be a great month for both crappie & striper.  Fish Tales weighed and photographed several nice striper & crappie, as well as a few nice bass caught by anglers fishing with both live and artificial baits. 

The November Big Fish Contest at Fish Tales had several leader changes throughout the month, including a four way tie at one time for crappie! Here are the anglers that took top honors taking the $100 first place prize with their fish...........


                          STRIPER- KURT HAMMERSCHMIDT  12 POUNDS 13 OUNCES
                                     BASS- DAVID COOK  6 POUNDS 12 OUNCES
  

                                     CRAPPIE- ROBBIE PUGH  1 POUND 9 OUNCES

   CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THAT PARTICIPATED!!!!!!!!


Fish Tales is doing it again this month as well.
The rules are very simple.........

1- MUST LAUNCH AT ANNA POINT MARINA
2- IF FISHING WITH A GUIDE, $8 RAMP FEE MUST BE PAID BEFORE OUTING
3- LIVE AND ARTIFICIAL BAIT IS ALLOWED
4- TOURNAMENT CAUGHT FISH ARE ELIGIBLE
5- ALL FISH MUST ME WEIGHED ON THE FISH TALES PORCH SCALES

TOP PRIZE IS $100 or A YEARLY RAMP PASS ($125 VALUE)

BASS- The largemouth will be in a full winter pattern starting this month. Look for fish to be on main lake points, deep brush and rock piles, channel edges and deep stump fields. 
Great way to catch them are with suspending jerk baits, Scrounger Heads rigged with a Damiki Armor Shad, spoons like the Tooth Ache, blade baits like the Riverside Ripper,DAMIKI VAULT, DAMIKI VORTEX and Jig & Pig combinations. 
Fishing slow and finding the bait fish are the keys to winter time fishing. You will still be able to find some schooling action in the Dike 3 area of the lake all month. A-Rigs will be a major player again this winter to put fish in the boat. I like to rig my multi arm rigs with 1/4oz jig heads and I employee several different types of 4 inch swimbaits. Damiki Anchovy Shads, Bass Assassin Sea Shads, Reaction Innovations Little Dipper & Strike King Perfect Plastics KVD Swim-N-Shiner.


CRAPPIE- The Specks have moved from the shallows to the winter time hideouts. Bridge pilings, deep docks and brush piles will hold numbers of fish all winter. Small minnows rigged on slip bobbers and 2" curl tail grubs are great ways to catch them. There will be all sorts of sizes schooled up together this time of year. (not necessarily according to size) Most of the time you will have to catch lot's of small ones to get the keepers that you are after. This is the reason I prefer artificial bait.



STRIPER- These will be the most sought out fish all winter long. Early in the month you can catch them up in the "RIVERS" until the water temps start to drop and then they will follow the bait back down to the mid lake area. Around Christmas they should be located around the 208 bridge and the Dike 3 fish will also be turning on. 
Look for birds diving as an indicator that bait fish is in the area. Don't run all the way up to the diving birds, the school can be very large and fish can be caught 100 yards of more away from the action. Just like with my multi arm rigs for bass fishing, I employee several different 4 inch paddle tail swimbaits rigged on a 1/4oz jig head. My favorite is a Damiki Anchovy Shad in either Pro Purple or Pro Blue colors, followed by Bass Assassin Sea Shads in either Crystal Shads or Salt & Pepper Silver Phantom Chart Tail (commonly known as GREEN TAIL), Strike King Perfect Plastics KVD Swim-N-Shiner in Green Gizzard Shad & Blue Gizzard Shad and Reaction Innovations Little Dipper in Sexy Shad & Pearl Blue Shad colors. 
Downsizing your line will help you as well. I use 8lb Izorline on my spinning outfits and 10lb Izorline on my casting. Remember you are fishing open water, no need for large line tests to get them in the boat, just take your time and wear them down. Good luck and I will see you out there!!!



Lake Level- 14 inches low

Water Temps

Dike 3-  50 degrees
Down Lake-  46-49 degrees
Mid Lake-  45-47 degrees
Up Lake-  42-45 degrees


Chris Craft
CCBASSN GUIDE SERVICE
www.ccbassnlakeanna.blogspot.com
540-894-6195
540-895-5900 ext 5

Monday, November 10, 2014

November Report

Anna Point Marina/Fish Tales has once again started their Annual Big Fish Contest. They will be giving away either $100 or a yearly ramp pass ($125 VALUE) to the angler that catches the largest bass, crappie and striper for the month. 

RULES.......

1- Must launch from Anna Point Marina and
    fish must be caught during regular business
    business hours.

2- If you are fishing with an employee or guide,
    you must pay the $8 ramp fee BEFORE your
    outing. 

3- Tournament Caught fish are eligible,
     however, they must be weighed on our
     porch scales.

4- Artificial and Live bait is allowed. 




BASS- Full Blown fall fishing is here! The bass are shallow and aggressive! Squarebill Crankbaits, Lipless Crankbaits, Spinnerbaits, Jig & Pig Combinations  and even Top Water Baits will put fish in the boat for you. Look for fish to be on the hard cover "ROCKS" all month long! 

They can be found from 2 feet all the way to 20 feet of water.
Look for them to be shallow most of the day, but on extreme clear days or just after a cold front, you need to slow down and go a little deeper. Main lake point with rocks will produce fish by dragging a 1/2 ounce Arson Arky Head Jig with A Deep Creek Lures Katie Bug as the trailer! This Combo has prooved to be deadly for me on early winter/late fall BIG MOUTH! When you find these fish schooled up in deep open water, do not overlook the Toothache Spoon or Damiki Vault Blade Bait!!!

Another one of my favorite ways to catch these fish is with a 1/4oz Scrounger Longbill rigged with a Damiki Armor Shad! Be sure to maintain bottom contact with this bait. Sometimes it is hard to tell the difference between a strike and the cover you are bumping into, with this being said......you will need to set the hook on just about everything that feels out of the ordinary. Most fish just load up the rod!!!!!!!



STRIPER- The linesides are making their move up into the rivers early this month. Look for them to be chasing shad and herring early and late in the day. A 4" Damiki Anchovy Shad paddletail swimbait rigged on a 1/4oz jig head is my bait of choice. Start looking for birds to give locations of the fish away. Be respectful of other anglers already fishing in an area, do not run all the way into them with the big engine, this will spook the fish and then you will be dealing with an angry angler!!! Once the heavy feed has ceased, locate them on your electronics and drop a Toothache Spoon or Damiki Vault Blade Bait down to them. 

You should be able to find them around the bridge in Terrys Run, the S-Turns to Little Florida in Pamunkey and around the 522 Bridge to the mouth of Goldmine Creek over on the North Anna arm of the lake. They should stay put in these areas all the way through November or until the water cools down to below 40 degrees or so. 



CRAPPIE- The Specks are still located on bridge pilings, but a lot of them have made their push to the boat docks. They will stay there until the water temps drop into the upper 40's. Small minnows rigged on slip bobbers and 2" Kalin Curly Tail Grub on a 1/16oz jig head will give you the best results.    

Lake Level-  20" Low

Water Clarity
Up Lake- Slight Stain
Mid Lake- Clear
Down Lake- Clear

Water Temps
Up Lake- 52-55
Mid Lake- 54-56
Down Lake- 56-61
Dike 3- 65-67

Chris Craft
CCBASSN GUIDE SERVICE
www.ccbassnlakeanna.blogspot.com
540-894-6195
540-895-5900 ext 5

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

2014 Angler Appreciation Tournament Recap

The 2014 First Annual Angler Appreciation Tournament is in the bag and what a tournament it turned out to be. We had 74 boats show up to participate and give their best shot at claiming $11,905 in cash and merchandise. 

We would like to start out by thanking all of the participants that came out on Sunday. This event is our way of thanking all of the great anglers that have made Fish Tales so successful over the last four years. 

Next is the huge list of great sponsors, without you, this event would not be possible. You all donated $4,375 in merchandise to be given away to the contestants! Thank you very much!!!!!!!
Here is the list of all of the sponsors in case anyone would like  to drop them an email or give them a phone call and thank them personally.............

ANNA POINT MARINA
FISH TALES
LAKE COUNTRY MARINE
FUZZY'S LAKE SIDE MARKET
BIG CHEESE PIZZA
JF FICK DISTRIBUTING
BENT RODS POTOMAC RIVER GUIDE SERVICE
KEVIN DORR (LAKE ANNA RESIDENT)
BULLDOG CUSTOM RODS
WARLOCK CUSTOM RODS
PAYCHECK BAITS
DWAYNE ADAMS/AFLAC (LAKE ANNA RESIDENT)
JIM PRICE AUTOMOTIVE
DUBBY'S HUNTING & FISHING
CAPTAIN GARY'S MARINE CARE PRODUCTS
DEEP CREEK LURES
MILLER BUILT PRODUCTS
DAMIKI FISHING USA
STICK JACKET
ARSON JIGS
GMCO MAPS & CHARTS
TIM'S AT LAKE ANNA
INFERNO TACKLE COMPANY
EYE SURRENDER EYEWARE
LARRY WOLLERSHEIM (LAKE ANNA RESIDENT)
DON IOVINO
RAY'S CUSTOM BAITS
STEVE KOKAI
QUICK LIMIT BAITS
KLM PLASTICS
FISHNART TAXIDERMY

Three more major sponsors of this event that needs to be mentioned separately is Fuzzy's Lake Side Market,Big Cheese Pizza and JF Fick Distributing. All of the great food and most of the drinks that came from these three local businesses were donated for the tournament.

Thank you to everyone that brought some sort of food as well, because of your generous donation, everyone was able to sit down and enjoy a nice meal after the tournament! 

Special thank you to my wife, Nikki Craft for doing what she does best and writing down all of the weights as they were being called out! 

Thank you to Rick Fawley for just lending a helping hand, as he always does!!!!!

We would also like to thank Mary, Patti and Carla for serving the food. 

Thank you to Chelsea, Katie and Calleigh for lending a helping hand with tables and trophies. 

 

Here is the tournament results......
Total CASH paid back to the top ten finishers was $7,530.
That is the largest one day payback in many years!!!!!!!!!!!

1- Larry Wollersheim/Preston Cox 18.07 $2100
2- David Chisholm/Ed Hall 15.50 BF 6.62 $1500 + $740 (BF)
3- Darrin Bache/Josh Bache 15.03 $1000
4- Todd Bradford/Carl Weigand 13.97 $500
5- Clayton Mullins/David Allen 13.87 $400
6- Pete Rossi/Jay Babcock 12.44 $350
7- Jeff Jones/Timmy Jones 12.42 $300
8- Matthew Conners/Victor Dillard 12.14 $250
9- Kenny Fidler 12.01 $200
10- Wayne Dorman/Glen Vico 11.87 $190
11- Martin Villa 11.28
12- John Doyle/Eugene Carter 10.75
13- Roy Dodson/Greg Wright 10.72
14- Joey Deluke/Larry Boykin 10.39
15- Scott Conners/Troy Perry 9.31
16- James Ruggerio/Ed Kibler 9.24
17- Dubby Carr/Eric Kunz 9.22
18- Glen Riner/Ed Gray 9.09
19- Jim Sutton/Ben Gibson 9.06
20- Melvin Bowling/Scott Falls 8.85
21- James Graves/Kadin Thens 8.37
22- John Sullivan/John Robinson 8.14
23- David Taylor/David Taylor 8.08
24- Phil Wilcox/PJ Cox 8.04
25- Roy Cooley Sassano/Rick Ballangee 7.98
26- Joe Tebo/Jacob Tebo 7.02
27- Mike Thorton/Nic Wood 7.01
28- Jim Pugh/Greg Sanners 6.75
29- Tommy Hassler/Brian Conley 6.70
30- Terry Kestner/Kevin Allen 6.66
31- Chuck Dent/Sonny Gleason 6.60
31- Floyd Dalton/Andy Smith 6.60
32- Mike Forsht/Sonny Pham 6.40
33- Craig Hayden/Doyle Brooks 5.95
33- Curtis Welton/Shawn Smith 5.95
34- Buck Deihr/Ernie Deihr 5.73
35- Keith Jenkins/Tim Shank 5.70
36- Rick Chenowith/Shawn Mock Jr. 5.50
37- Burt Seymour/Kenny Brown 4.36
38- Charlie Wade/Josh Coffey 4.31
39- Jesse Mochoruk/J.R. Anderson 3.55
40- Cameron Hodge/Tim Barnes 2.94
41- Kyle McHenry/Joe Lavelle 2.81
42- Jack Merriwether/Joe Thomas 2.49
43- Doug Tolley/Chad Payne 2.39
44- James Sibley/Donna Sibley 1.77
45- Chris Craft/Scott Taylor
45- John McDougall/Debra McDougall
45- Joey Campbell/Josh Evans
45- Tim Garner/Nathan Sullivan
45- Jimmy Hughes/Eric Hayslett
45- Tom Toews/Dwayne Adams
45- Chris Stinson/Jeff Miterko
45- Justin Cooper/Jason Jones
45- Jesse Fleenor/Zane Fleenor
45- Chuck Melvin/Brent Williams
45- Mike Gibson/Dallas Campbell
45- Mike Mastin/Gerald Mastin
45- Bob Becker/Michael Peak
45- C.W. Reed/Kevin Linza
45- Chris Moxley/Bryan Rice
45- Rob Grike/Eric Nelson
45- Doug Rosier/Marla Rosier
45- Patrick O'Rourke/Ken Presley
45- Forrest Jones/Guy Patterson
45- Bill Deeds/Matt Seale
45- Matt Martin/Josh Hall
45- Virgil Bagwell
45- Shannon Spradlin/Keith Butler
45- CG Hicks/Chad Hicks
45- Dick Oliva/Matt Tompkins
45- DJ Clore/Austin Clore
45- Necille Green/Steve Lanier
45- Manny Rodriguez/Jason Jude


 1st Place
Preston Cox & Larry Wollersheim
18.07 Pounds
 2nd Place & Big Fish
David Chisholm & Ed Hall
15.50 Pounds & 6.62 Pounds
 3rd Place
Josh Bache & Darrin Bache
15.03 Pounds

 2014 Angler Appreciation Tournament Champions
Preston Cox & Larry Wollersheim
 2nd Place & Big Fish
Ed Hall & David Chisholm
 3rd Place
Josh Bache & Darrin Bache
 4th Place
Carl Weigand & Todd Bradford
 5th Place
David Allen & Clayton Mullins


































 
 

2014 Angler Appreciation Tournament Results



1- Larry Wollersheim/Preston Cox 18.07 $2100
2- David Chisholm/Ed Hall 15.50 BF 6.62 $1500 + $740 (BF)
3- Darrin Bache/Josh Bache 15.03 $1000
4- Todd Bradford/Carl Weigand 13.97 $500
5- Clayton Mullins/David Allen 13.87 $400
6- Pete Rossi/Jay Babcock 12.44 $350
7- Jeff Jones/Timmy Jones 12.42 $300
8- Matthew Conners/Victor Dillard 12.14 $250
9- Kenny Fidler 12.01 $200
10- Wayne Dorman/Glen Vico 11.87 $190
11- Martin Villa 11.28
12- John Doyle/Eugene Carter 10.75
13- Roy Dodson/Greg Wright 10.72
14- Joey Deluke/Larry Boykin 10.39
15- Scott Conners/Troy Perry 9.31
16- James Ruggerio/Ed Kibler 9.24
17- Dubby Carr/Eric Kunz 9.22
18- Glen Riner/Ed Gray 9.09
19- Jim Sutton/Ben Gibson 9.06
20- Melvin Bowling/Scott Falls 8.85
21- James Graves/Kadin Thens 8.37
22- John Sullivan/John Robinson 8.14
23- David Taylor/David Taylor 8.08
24- Phil Wilcox/PJ Cox 8.04
25- Roy Cooley Sassano/Rick Ballangee 7.98
26- Joe Tebo/Jacob Tebo 7.02
27- Mike Thorton/Nic Wood 7.01
28- Jim Pugh/Greg Sanners 6.75
29- Tommy Hassler/Brian Conley 6.70
30- Terry Kestner/Kevin Allen 6.66
31- Chuck Dent/Sonny Gleason 6.60
31- Floyd Dalton/Andy Smith 6.60
32- Mike Forsht/Sonny Pham 6.40
33- Craig Hayden/Doyle Brooks 5.95
34- Buck Deihr/Ernie Deihr 5.73
35- Keith Jenkins/Tim Shank 5.70
36- Rick Chenowith/Shawn Mock Jr. 5.50
37- Burt Seymour/Kenny Brown 4.36
38- Charlie Wade/Josh Coffey 4.31
39- Jesse Mochoruk/J.R. Anderson 3.55
40- Cameron Hodge/Tim Barnes 2.94
41- Kyle McHenry/Joe Lavelle 2.81
42- Jack Merriwether/Joe Thomas 2.49
43- Doug Tolley/Chad Payne 2.39
44- James Sibley/Donna Sibley 1.77
45- Chris Craft/Scott Taylor
45- John McDougall/Debra McDougall
45- Joey Campbell/Josh Evans
45- Tim Garner/Nathan Sullivan
45- Jimmy Hughes/Eric Hayslett
45- Tom Toews/Dwayne Adams
45- Chris Stinson/Jeff Miterko
45- Justin Cooper/Jason Jones
45- Jesse Fleenor/Zane Fleenor
45- Chuck Melvin/Brent Williams
45- Mike Gibson/Dallas Campbell
45- Mike Mastin/Gerald Mastin
45- Bob Becker/Michael Peak
45- C.W. Reed/Kevin Linza
45- Chris Moxley/Bryan Rice
45- Rob Grike/Eric Nelson
45- Doug Rosier/Marla Rosier
45- Patrick O'Rourke/Ken Presley
45- Forrest Jones/Guy Patterson
45- Bill Deeds/Matt Seale
45- Matt Martin/Josh Hall
45- Virgil Bagwell
45- Shannon Spradlin/Keith Butler
45- CG Hicks/Chad Hicks
45- Dick Oliva/Matt Tompkins
45- DJ Clore/Austin Clore
45- Necille Green/Steve Lanier
45- Manny Rodriguez/Jason Jude