2020 Tournament Results
With the 2020 season postponed due to Covid-19, our 1st tourney, out of Marshall Hall, was quite representative of our new, and current way life, as the Bass seemed to choose social-distancing over hanging out for pictures and boat rides for many….
Weather ranged from a calm, cool morning to raging winds, white caps, and rough water in the afternoon, with a mix of clouds and sun.
Congrats to Marty (McFish) for 1st place and Lunker, Milton for 2nd place, and Luther, rounding up the money in 3rd…!!
Good job on a very, very, tough day, guys!!!
Our 2nd tourney, on the upper bay, was full of catches, misses, and white caps…
The morning started out a little cool, and as the winds picked up all day, several species of fish wanted to play, making it a fun fishing trip, but a tough Bass tournament.
Congrats to Marty (McFish), tearing it up again, with 1st place and lunker, 2nd place to Big Fish Chris staying near the top, and to Big Money Bob, rounding up the money in 3rd place…!!!
Our 3rd tourney, at Conowingo, had most finding some fish, even if they weren’t the right size or species… Water color found was mostly clear to slightly stained, but pretty good over all. Temps started out cool, but the blue-bird skies, and high temps helped made for a pretty tough, but exciting day.
Congrats to Big Fish Chris with 1st place, Big Money Bob with 2nd place and John for lunker, and 3rd place…!!!
Our 4th tourney, out of good ole’ Piney Run Park, had everyone loving the cooler than average temps of the day, and hating the ever popular game of catching the elusive 12-incher, in summer…, in Maryland.
Gray skies held the heat at bey as winds picked up as the day went on. Lots of grass and lily pads, everywhere, made it look like an opportunity for a”BassFest” kind of day, even with 30 other boats on the small waters. But, in the end, many fish were caught, just a little too little, to count.
Congrats on another tough summer grind to Luther for 1st, Chuck for 2nd and Lunker, and Marty-Dog, wrapping it up in 3rd…!!
Marshall Hall, our 5th tourney of the year, had a lot of the pack running North to start, on what was a nice, gray, crisp, late summer morning…
Although most caught fish, as the winds turned from light, to ripping in the p.m., the bite went from a pretty aggressive morning, down to typical summer grind pattern in the afternoon, making it appear as if the fish came back to their senses, and unfortunately, back to social distancing as the day went on. In the end, we all had fun… and didn’t melt for a change!
Congrats to me, for 1st place, and heaviest bag of the year, so far.., Martin for 2nd place, and John for 3rd and Lunker!!
Our 6th tourney, on the Wicomico, had weather ranging from cloudy and misty to sunny and drizzling.
With everyone getting bitten, and multiple species being caught, it was fun for all, including Marty McFish and his 4 Snake heads that were landed…!
Well, sounds like fun to me, at a place more commonly know for a lack of action…. supposedly ;P
Congrats to “Wicomico favorite”, Marty McFish for 1st place and Lunker, 2nd place to Big Money Bob, and 3rd to John for rounding it up in the money!!
Way to go at our favorite Maryland parking lot!!
Great job, guys!!
Our 7th tourney, out of Tridelphia Reservoir, had the day starting cooler than average, with gray skies, intermittent drizzle and light winds, ending with increasingly strong winds and warmer, refreshing temps.
Although fish were caught by everyone, making it an all around great day of fishing, the always exciting, but elusive 12 inch bass continued to stay difficult to come by.
In the end, the strong survived……, and the stronger caught a big old Musky… ;-p
Congrats go out to John-Boy for 1st, Big Fish Chris for 2nd and lunker, and Big Money Bob getting that cash in 3rd!!
Way to go on a tough but fun one!!
Too much fun!!!
Our 8th and final tourney, at Conowingo, started with a cloudy, brisk morning, and light winds. As the day went on, small fish were biting all over…, creating what would end up being another tough grind. The winds picked up hugely, making it almost chilly by weigh-in time. In the end, there were a few fish weighed by the lucky ones who found them, stuck ’em and made them count.
Congrats to John for 1st and lunker, Marty for 2nd, Bob for 3rd, and to all in the club on an extremely “wacky” season.
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The virus made it a tough year for all, but you know how it goes on the water… A lot of fun was had, and great memories made, helping to keep the insanity to a minimum. In the end, NOTHING beats a good day of fishing!!!
Stay tuned for more info, involving our upcoming events…!!