|Mark 3rd and Big Bass, Tony 4th, Alex 2nd, Randy 1st
Well, we returned to somewhat
normal Cast-A-Way weather. A little cold, some mist, but the wind was tolerable. We still made the most of it
and had a great time. Fish or no fish it I still so enjoy the people of Cast-A-Way.
Ok, by the numbers. 28 anglers took to the water, very impressive turn out. Unfortunately, only 6 anglers brought
9 fish to the scale for a total of 15.64 Lbs........WOW Randy found the best 2 that weighed 3.72 Lbs to take the win.
Alex brought in 2 at 3.07 Lbs to take second, and the last one to find 2 was Mark B., he took 3rd with a total of 3.02
Lbs and a monster 2.60 Lb hawg for Big Bass. Tony brought in the biggest among the 1 fish anglers at 2.21 to fill out
the money spots. That's right, we had enough anglers to pay 4 places.
Want to take this time to say how great
it was to have Dan and Matthew Dickey fish with us again, apologize for not getting a picture of them. Matthew has really
grown up since I joined the club. Luis Decker got out with us for the first time this year, and brought his friend Neal
Hoffman. Great to get new people out to enjoy the club. New member Shawn Flurry had his daughter Peyton along,
she looked cold, but brightened up the weigh-in. Very pleasant girl, hope she can make a tournament where the fishing
isn't so tough. Over all, just a great time.
On to next month. We will be making
the trek to Lake-O-The Pines for our April 2-Day. We will be head quartering out of Johnson Creek park. Should
be a very interesting tournament with water levels being very high right now at LOP. I am sure the lake will be dropping
as we fish, but the fish will surely be checking out new water. We will figure out the feed at the meeting, and I am
really looking forward to 4 days of camping and fishing with great friends.
Until next month, good fishing to all,
and tight lines.
Thanks to a great club,
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