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2018 Summer In Full Swing

We have a new points leader with Pat Karcher jumping one point ahead of Bill Marshall.  However, no one is mathematically eliminated from Angler of the Year contention yet.  There are still a possible 44 points available.

 We have a new Big Bass at 5lbs even for Cullen McClintock.  Carl Pacitti is still holding the Big Pickerel at 3lbs 3oz. So anyone beating either is catching a nice fish.   Good luck!

Midsummer Classic Did Not Disappoint

We fished Salem Canal and 27 anglers showed up to cover all that water.  Overall there were 27 keepers caught and 4 of the guys had limits.  We had a first time winner with Chris Castineira taking it home.

1st-  Chris Castineira  3 bass  5lbs 1oz (lunker 2lbs 13oz)

2nd-  Sean McCarthy  3 bass  4lbs 4oz (4 keepers total)

3rd-  Pat Karcher  3 bass  3lbs 9oz  (4 keepers total)

4th- Bill Marshall  3 bass  3lbs 2oz

5th- Jim McHale  2 bass  2lbs 4oz

6th- Steve Anderson  2 bass  1lb 14oz

7th tie-  Paul Brosman  1 bass  1lb 13oz

               John Melleady  2 bass  1lb 13oz

9th-  Chad Devone  2 bass  1lb 9oz

10th-  Anthony DeValerio  1 bass  1lb 5oz 



Minor Tournament at Menantico Sand Ponds, August 18th 6am-noon

2018 Points Leaders

1st-  Pat Karcher  43

2nd-  Bill Marshall  42 

3rd-  Sean McCarthy  38

4th tie- John Sullivan & Steve Anderson  25

6th-  Chris Castineira  23

7th-  Jim McHale  18

8th-  Ditmar Gagnon  15 

9th tie-  Rick Anderson & Paul Brosman  13

11th tie-  Chad Devone, Tim McCarthy, John Melleady & Marc Sano  12

 15th-  Ed Karcher  11

16th- Doug Miller  8

17th tie- Sam Godwin, Timmy Miller & Rich Moule  7

20th tie-  Anthony DeValerio & Bill Powell  6

22th tie-  Calvin Hoover & Jim Gauntt  5

24th tie-  Danny Kidd & Carl Pacitti  4

26th tie-  Tim Miller & Joe Riecky  3

28th-  7 tied with 2 pts each

35th-  4 tied with 1 pt each

Big Bass and Pickerel Award Leaders

BIG BASS -  Cullen McClintock 5lbs

BIG PICKEREL - Carl Pacitti 3lbs 3oz

First Tourney Back to Its Old Results

We used to fish Parvin Lake first every year but everyone complained about the lack of fish and the cold.  Well Lake Assunpink didn't help that out as we ahd our first ever Teddy Hartman Tournament with only one person catching anything.  Congratulations to Bill Marshall on his 1lb 12oz largemouth to start off the 2018 season.  He also caught a 1lb 10oz pickerel.  So good job to Ditmar for your net work.

This Month Was Wet But Better Than Last

The tournament was our first minor of 2018.  20 members showed up to fish on a soggy and windy (at times) day.  The results bested last months tournament easily.  This one even brough about a new Big Bass Leader.

1st-  Pat Karcher  3 bass  7lbs 3oz  (4lb 13oz Lunker and new Big Bass & also had 1 other 13oz keeper)

2nd-  John Sullivan  3 bass  5lbs 2oz

3rd-  Ditmar Gagnon  2 bass  3lbs 7oz

4th-  Sean McCarthy  2 bass  3lbs 4oz

5th-  Rick Anderson  1 bass  3lbs 3oz

6th tie- Tim McCarthy  1 bass  1lb 14oz

              Doug Miller  1 bass  1lb 14oz

8th-  Chad Devone  1 bass  1lb 4oz

9th-  Timmy Miller  1 bass  1lb

10th-  Bill Marshall  1 bass  12oz 

Malaga Had A Lot Of Pickerel

This minor had a bunch of fish caught but mostly the wrong species.  Pickerel were easy to catch on our hottest, driest tournament of the year.  Now keeper bass were not as easy.

 1st- Pat Karcher  2 bass  3lbs 13oz (lunker 3lbs)

2nd- John Sullivan  1 bass  2lbs 5oz

3rd- Steve Anderson  1 bass  2lbs 3oz

4th- Ed Karcher  2 bass  1lb 12oz

5th- Sean McCarthy  1 bass  1lb 2oz

6th- Marc Sano  1 bass  1lb 

Tournament Rules

The full tournament rules are available on the Rules page.

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