Bass For Cash Series Two-Day Championship

The Collins Inc. – Bass For Cash Series Two-Day Championship event will be held August 15th & 16th on Lake Gaston at the Summit Landing – NC Wildlife Access.

To be eligible to compete in this year-end event, you must have entered a minimum of four (4) events in 2015 prior to this championship event.

Entry into this event is $100 per team (Boat).

Starting positions are granted as the entry fee and form are received.  The blast off sequence will be inverted on day #2.

Off-limits for this event will be the same as in any other 2015 BFCS event. (Rule #15)

For more information about this event, including an eligibility list, visit our Schedule/Results page.

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Lilley & Layton Win BFCS On Roanoke

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Plymouth, NC – July 25th 2015

The final Bass For Cash Series regular season event took place over the weekend on the Roanoke River.  Anglers launched at 6:00 AM from the Plymouth city waterfront and returned at 3:00 PM for the afternoon weigh-in.

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Leading the way were a couple of Roanoke River regulars, Scooter Lilley and Mike Layton, with their limit of largemouth weighing in at 16.58 lbs.  The duo netted $958.00 for their catch and bagged another $500 Ranger Cup bonus.

G0067252Ronnie Clark closely filled the second position with 16.17 lbs and pocketed $540.00 for the day.  In the third position was the tandem of J E Johnson and Jamie Johnson with their catch of 14.60 lbs granting the anglers a $378.00 payday.  Red Ligon and Daryl Peele settled in the fourth spot with their catch of 13.95 lbs and picked up $310.00 for their efforts.  Ligon also landed the lunker for the event with a nice 7.34 lbs largemouth worth another $180.00 plus a $100 Outdoor Accessories Unlimited gift certificate.  In the fifth position was the team of Steve Vann and Richard Lewis with their catch of 12.98 lbs good enough for $297.00.  In the final check earning position was the pairing of Ronnie Thompson and Jeff Hall with their catch of 11.71 lbs worth $216.00.

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Food items were provided for the anglers during the afternoon weigh-in and valuable door prizes from Solar Bat, Ranger Boats, and Sea Tow of Wrightsville Beach, NC, including a one-year Sea Tow Gold membership, were presented to a few lucky winners.

Final Results

During the afternoon weigh-in, the location for the two-day championship event, scheduled for August 15th and 16th, was selected by a random drawing and will be held on Lake Gaston at the Summit Wildlife ramp (Pending ramp approval & permit. Check back for confirmation on the ramp location in the coming days).  Entry into this year-ending event is $100 per team.  To be eligible, an individual must have attended at least four events during the 2015 season. (See the Collins Inc. – BFCS Rules for more info.)

Random Event Photos (Click Each For Larger View)

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Patterson & Jennings Claim Y.E.S. Title

Alden Patterson and Logan Jennings – 2015 Youth Educational Series Champions!!

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Consistency plays a huge factor in sports where the accumulation of points throughout a season is used to determine championships.  During the 2015 Collins Inc. – Youth Educational Series that consistency was certainly displayed by up-and-coming tournament anglers Alden Patterson and Logan Jennings as the duo racked up multiple wins and second place finishes, all while never finishing lower than third in the six-event season.

G0025497In this unique tournament format, created solely for anglers ages 18 and under, a team consists of one or two youth anglers and one adult boat captain.  For a simple explanation of the rules, the youth perform all the casting and netting, make all final decisions regarding strategies and fishing locations, and adhere to the same competitive format as their adult counterparts of the tournament fishing world, all while under the supervision of the adult boat captains.  Oh, did I mention that the adults are not allowed to compete, not allowed to net any fish, nor perform any other action that may alter the end result of the competition? However, the boat captains may offer advice that can help stir up the thinking skills of these young anglers.  The adults can also use moments throughout the day to teach other lessons, such as safety, that can certainly go a long ways in the life of these young anglers.

The series is intended to be a learning platform for the youth anglers to wet their feet in the real world of competitive bass angling, all while competing on a level playing field among others of the same age group.

IMG_20150725_135628428Throughout the six events, it was obvious that the newly formed youth tournament series had its share of competitive and skilled anglers.  After four of the six events were complete, there was a tie for the top spot in yearly accumulated points with another tie for the third spot only three points back from the number one position.  With four teams so close in such a physically and mentally demanding sport, a sport in which simple weather changes can cause complete alterations in the moods and locations of the targeted species of fish, the largemouth bass, hooking a keeper fish and landing a keeper fish are often two different events.  Fishing from the deck of a tournament equipped boat, while in motion, sometimes bobbing up and down in rough waters, can create a challenge for even skilled anglers to present their lures into the narrow areas of prime fish-holding locations.  Add other factors like brutal cold or continuous rain, all while given a limited amount of time to catch the best five fish possible and return to the weigh-in site with no delay creates the challenge that these anglers live for.

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Ultimately, one team surpassed all others, overcame the obstacles thrown their way, and inched their way into the top of the leaderboard by years end.  Finishing only three points to the good, Alden Patterson and Logan Jennings were crowned as the 2015 Collins Inc. – Youth Educational Series Team Points Champions.  Congratulations to you two on your hard earned accomplishment!!

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Roberson & O’Hara Win Y.E.S. Event On The Roanoke

Plymouth, NC – July 25th, 2015

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The final event of the 2015 Collins Inc. – Youth Educational Series proved that there are no gender barriers in this sport and rookies can certainly compete with the veterans.  Morgan Roberson and Spencer O’Hara, competing in their first Youth Educational Series event, scored the win and walked away with matching first place trophies and valuable prizes from The Trophy Connection, Z Man Fishing Products, Outdoor Accessories Unlimited, Penetration Hooks, and Gamma Fishing Line.  The pair finished the day with three fish weighing 6.42lbs.  Roberson also captured the NC Farm Bureau agent Red Ligon lunker award for the event with a fish weighing 3.06 lbs.  Apparently pumped up from their Saturday win, team captain Mike Robertson was back out on the water the next day giving the duo some more cast-n-tug time to fill their fishing needs.

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Common names among the upper positions of the leaderboard, the tandem of Alden Patterson and Logan Jennings filled the second position with their catch of 5.69 lbs. earning the team trophy prizes and product awards from The Trophy Connection, Z Man Fishing Products, Outdoor Accessories Unlimited, and Penetration Hooks.

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Another team always in the hunt, Wyatt Long and Travis Beck secured a close third position with their catch of 5.10 lbs. and were granted awards from Z Man Fishing Products, Outdoor Accessories Unlimited, and Penetration Hooks.

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Ethan Howard and Chris Chavez finished the day in the fourth position with their 2.47 lb. catch of stingy Roanoke River bass while Adam Pendergrass filed the fifth spot.  Both teams were rewarded with prizes from Z Man Fishing Products, Outdoor Accessories Unlimited, and Penetration Hooks.

Due to the support of our great series sponsors, additional prizes from Z Man Fishing Products, Penetration Hooks, Gamma Fishing Products, Solar Bat, and Ranger Boats were provided throughout the weigh-in period as door prizes.

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Thanks to our dedicated Youth Educational Series sponsors, the series is able to reward these up-and-coming tournament anglers with nearly $700 in product rewards and trophies at each event, plus provide food items for the anglers and their boat captains during the weigh-in period. Thanks to our Youth Educational Series sponsors for your support in making this series possible for these young anglers.

Final Results

Final Points Standings

A Special Thank-You From The Youth Anglers

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During the afternoon weigh-in period, the youth anglers showed great maturity and respect as they presented tournament director, Jeff Narron, with a plaque for his dedication to the youth series and also provided all Y.E.S. staff members with thank-you cards and gifts in an effort to say thanks for providing such youth events.

The Collins Inc. – Youth Educational Series would like to thank all anglers, boat captains, parents, and mentors for your support of this series.  This series is in place for you to enjoy with friends and family, as well as, learn valuable lessons for your future.  However, this series would not be a reality if there was no interest.  We appreciate your support and hope to see you at future events.  Check back often for any news and updates on future plans.

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BFCS Event #6-Roanoke River Pre-Tournament Details

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Tournament event #6 for the Collins Inc. – Bass For Cash Series and Youth Educational Series will take place this weekend, July 25th, at Plymouth, NC on the Roanoke River. 

Bass For Cash Series (B.F.C.S) Teams
  • Morning registration is planned to begin on-site at 4:30 AM. Cash or check is the only form of payment accepted.
  • There is a $10.00 late fee charge for teams registering the morning of the event.
  • Every team must check in at our Yamaha registration tent the morning of each event. Even if you have pre-registered, we need to know that you are in attendance and provide you with important information.
  • A livewell check will be conducted at the end of the long public dock / fishing pier as noted on the above .
  • Blast Off Will Begin At Safe Light – Approximately 6:00 AM.
  • Please be checked in, have your livewells checked, and your boat in the water well in advance of the start of the event.
  • Bass For Cash Series Teams Return / Weigh-In – 3:00 PM (Check In With Tournament Official)
  • Five (5) fish limit per boat. Minimum size for this event will be 14” in length.
  • Reminder, no courtesy measurements allowed during weigh-in.
  • Food items and door prizes will be available during afternoon weigh-in, so stick around if you can.

We would like to remind everyone of the Bass For Cash Series off-limits period as specified within the tournament rules. If you feel that you have violated this rule in any way, please contact us so that we may make arrangements to have your entry fee moved over to a future event.

Please take time to read over the complete 2015 B.F.C.S. rules as tournament rules may vary from tournament trail to tournament trail. We do not want to see anyone caught off guard.

Click on this link for 2015 B.F.C.S. rules: 2015 Bass For Cash Series Rules

Youth Educational Series (Y.E.S.) Teams
  • Morning registration is planned to begin on-site at 4:30 AM.
  • Every team must check in at our Yamaha registration tent the morning of each event. Even if you have pre-registered, we need to know that you are in attendance and provide you with important information.
  • A livewell check will be conducted at the end of the long public dock / fishing pier as noted on the above map.
  • Blast Off Will Begin At Safe Light – Approximately 6:00 AM.
  • Y.E.S. teams will blast off just after the Bass For Cash Series teams.
  • Please be checked in, have your livewells checked, and your boat in the water well in advance of the start of the event.
  • Y.E.S. Teams Return / Weigh-In – 1:00 PM (Check In With Tournament Official)
  • Five (5) fish limit per boat. Minimum size for this event will be 14” in length.
  • Reminder, no courtesy measurements allowed during weigh-in.
  • Reminder, Boat Captains DO NOT FISH. Only the youth competitors are allowed to cast and retrieve.
  • Food items and door prizes will be available during afternoon weigh-in, so stick around if you can.

Please take time to read over the complete 2015 Y.E.S. rules. We do not want to see anyone caught off guard.

Click on this link for 2015 Y.E.S. rules: 2015 Youth Educational Series Rules

This will be the final event of 2015 for the Youth Educational Series.  We will crown a Youth Educational Series points championship team at the conclusion of this event.

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Wright & Faulkner Win BFCS Event #5 On Falls Lake

Fifty-two teams participated in event #5 for the Collins Inc. – Bass For Cash Series on Falls Lake. Launching from the Ledge Rock public access at 6:00am, the anglers returned at 3:00pm for the afternoon weigh-in.

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David Wright and Scott Faulkner took the top spot with their five fish limit weighing 25.00lbs and earned $1170.00 for their efforts. Wright and Faulkner also netted the lunker for the event weighing in at 8.73lbs which added to their pockets another $260.00 and a $100 gift certificate from lunker award sponsor Outdoor Accessories Unlimited.

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Skeet Bennett and Buster Seabolt settled into the second position with their catch of 22.35lbs for the event and earned $663.00 for their day on the water. In the third position was the duo of Mike Corbishey and Kyle Albers with their catch of 22.26lbs giving the tandem a $526.00 pay day.  Mike May and Dale Winstead filled the fourth position and gained $448.00 for their 22.11lb catch.  The team of Ken McNeil and Dave Walton secured the fifth position with their 21.90lb catch good enough for $390.00.  Mike Lanier and Jeff Milligan took home $292.00 for their 20.90lb catch landing the pair in the sixth position.  Mike Marchant and Brad McLaurin came home in the seventh position with their catch of 20.65lbs and earned the duo $214.00.  In the eighth and final check earning position was the tandem of Eric Schell and John McClelland with their bag weighing 20.50lbs and granted the team $195.00 for their efforts.

A special thanks goes out to all that helped secure the weigh-in equipment during the storm that quickly came up during the afternoon weigh-in.  You all were a huge help in ensuring that our equipment remained safe and intact.  You are greatly appreciated!!!

The next event for the Collins Inc. – Bass For Cash Series will be July 25th on the Roanoke River at Plymouth, NC.

Full Results

Optional Points Competition

Random Event Photos (Click Each For Larger Viewing):

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Patterson & Jennings Take YES Event At Falls Lake

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Stop number five of the 2015 Collins Inc. – Youth Educational Series tournament trail made its way to Falls Lake over the weekend. This unique series, dedicated solely to youth anglers ages 18 and under, is continuing to see some growing interest.

Competitors and their boat captains launched at 6:00 AM from the Ledge Rock wildlife access and returned at 1:00 PM for the afternoon weigh-in.

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Alden Patterson and Logan Jennings secured their second win of the season with their five fish limit weighing in at 12.85 lbs for the day.  The duo also netted the NC Farm Bureau agent Red Ligon lunker award for the event with a fish weighing 5.79 lbs.  Patterson and Jennings were rewarded with trophy prizes and products from The Trophy Connection, Z Man Fishing Products, Outdoor Accessories Unlimited, Penetration Hooks, and Gamma Fishing Line.

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Chase Stanley and Dale McGee settled for the second position with their catch of 5.71 lbs for the day earning the tandem trophy prizes and product awards from The Trophy Connection, Z Man Fishing Products, Outdoor Accessories Unlimited, and Penetration Hooks.

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Tyler Little and Chase Crocker filled the third spot with their catch of 5.61 lbs and earned awards from Z Man Fishing Products, Outdoor Accessories Unlimited, and Penetration Hooks.

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Landon Inscoe and Camden Inscoe took the fourth position for the event with their catch of 2.31 lbs granting the siblings prizes from Z Man Fishing Products, Outdoor Accessories Unlimited, and Penetration Hooks.

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Ethan Howard finished the day in the fifth position with his catch of 2.07 lbs and earned prizes from Z Man Fishing Products, Outdoor Accessories Unlimited, and Penetration Hooks.

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In the sixth position was the tandem of Travis Mewborn and Levi Jones with their total for the event of 1.69 lbs earning the anglers prizes from Z Man Fishing Products and Penetration Hooks.  However, this sixth place final result does not show the true catch that these two anglers experienced.  Mewborn and Jones actually netted a total of 6.69 lbs of Falls Lake largemouth, but suffered a five pound late penalty due to a late day mechanical issue that kept the team from arriving back on time for the weigh-in.

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Tyler Goss and Clay Shaw’s catch of 1.62 lbs earned the pair the seventh place position and prizes from Z Man Fishing Products and Penetration Hooks.

The team of Wyatt Long and Travis Beck, and lone angler Luke Farley were unable to bring a Falls Lake largemouth to the scales, but were still able to walk away with some great prizes from Z Man Fishing Products and Penetration Hooks.

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Thanks to our great series sponsors, additional prizes from Z Man Fishing Products, Penetration Hooks, Gamma Fishing Products, Solar Bat, and Ranger Boats were provided throughout the weigh-in period as door prizes.

Due to the support of our dedicated Youth Educational Series sponsors, the series is able to reward these up-and-coming tournament anglers with nearly $700 in product rewards and trophies at each event, plus provide food items for the anglers and their boat captains during the weigh-in period. Thanks to our Youth Educational Series sponsors for your support in making this series possible for these young anglers.

Special Guest

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We were very fortunate to have special guest Jaylen and members of his family with us at the event location.  Throughout the day we watched as the Jaylen and his family fished from the shoreline near our weigh-in setup.  Although the size of fish they caught were not giant, the size of the smiles found on Jaylen’s face could not be compared to any weight or length.

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As our Youth Educational Series anglers returned from their day on the water Jaylen was on hand for the weigh-in and got to be part of the action. We wish you the best Jaylen and hope to see you catch some big ones in the future!!

You can follow Jaylen’s story at the following link: Jaylens Journey

Full Results

Points After Falls Lake

Random Event Photos:

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BFCS Event #5–Falls Lake Pre-Tournament Details

Tournament event #5 for the Collins Inc. – Bass For Cash Series and Youth Educational Series will take place this weekend, June 27th, at Falls Lake out of the Ledge Rock wildlife landing. 

Bass For Cash Series (B.F.C.S) Teams

  • Morning registration is planned to begin on-site at 4:30 AM. Cash or check is the only form of payment accepted.
  • There is a $10.00 late fee charge for teams registering the morning of the event.
  • Every team must check in at our Yamaha registration tent the morning of each event. Even if you have pre-registered, we need to know that you are in attendance and provide you with important information.
  • A livewell check will be conducted as you are launching your boats.
  • Blast Off Will Begin At Safe Light – Approximately 5:45 – 6:00 AM.
  • Please be checked in, have your livewells checked, and your boat in the water well in advance of the start of the event.
  • Bass For Cash Series Teams Return / Weigh-In – 3:00 PM (Check In With Tournament Official)
  • Five (5) fish limit per boat. Minimum size for this event will be 14” in length.
  • Reminder, no courtesy measurements allowed during weigh-in.
  • Food items and door prizes will be available during afternoon weigh-in, so stick around if you can.

We would like to remind everyone of the Bass For Cash Series off-limits period as specified within the tournament rules. If you feel that you have violated this rule in any way, please contact us so that we may make arrangements to have your entry fee moved over to a future event.

Please take time to read over the complete 2015 B.F.C.S. rules as tournament rules may vary from tournament trail to tournament trail. We do not want to see anyone caught off guard.

Click on this link for 2015 B.F.C.S. rules: 2015 Bass For Cash Series Rules

Youth Educational Series (Y.E.S.) Teams

  • Morning registration is planned to begin on-site at 4:30 AM.
  • Every team must check in at our Yamaha registration tent the morning of each event. Even if you have pre-registered, we need to know that you are in attendance and provide you with important information.
  • A livewell check will be conducted as you are launching your boats.
  • Blast Off Will Begin At Safe Light – Approximately 5:45 – 6:00 AM.
  • Y.E.S. teams will blast off just after the Bass For Cash Series teams.
  • Please be checked in, have your livewells checked, and your boat in the water well in advance of the start of the event.
  • Y.E.S. Teams Return / Weigh-In – 1:00 PM (Check In With Tournament Official)
  • Five (5) fish limit per boat. Minimum size for this event will be 14”, except that two fish may be less than 14” (Per NC Wildlife Rules).
  • Reminder, no courtesy measurements allowed during weigh-in.
  • Reminder, Boat Captains DO NOT FISH. Only the youth competitors are allowed to cast and retrieve.
  • Food items and door prizes will be available during afternoon weigh-in, so stick around if you can.

Please take time to read over the complete 2015 Y.E.S. rules. We do not want to see anyone caught off guard.

Click on this link for 2015 Y.E.S. rules: 2015 Youth Educational Series Rules

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Ivan & Janet Morris Take BFCS Victory At Gaston

Littleton, NC – June 6th, 2015

Bass For Cash Series event #4 took place over the weekend on Lake Gaston. Teams launched from the Summit Wildlife landing shortly before 6:00 AM and returned at 3:00 PM.

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Ivan and Janet Morris bested the field in this event with a five fish limit weighing 21.11 lbs and earned a $1114.00 payday for their efforts.

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Randy Groves and Chuck Murray filled the second position with their five fish limit weighing in at 20.31 lbs that granted the duo a check for $608.00. Groves and Murray netted the lunker for the event, thus pocketing another $225.00 and a $100.00 gift certificate from Lunker Award sponsor Outdoor Accessories Unlimited.

The third position was occupied by Kyle Albers and Zachary Blalock with their weight of 16.86 lbs. Albers and Blalock picked up $456.00 for their day’s catch. Michael Chamoudis and Scott Griffin took the fourth position with 16.65 lbs and earned a check for $388.00. The fifth position was filled by Mike May and Dale Winstead with their catch of 15.03 lbs granting the pair a check for $371.00. Skeet Bennett and Buster Seabolt settled for the sixth position and earned $253.00 for their 14.55 lb catch. Rounding out the final check earning spot was the seventh place team of Scott Golden and Danny Smith with their catch of 13.93 lbs.

Food items were provided for the anglers during the afternoon weigh-in and valuable door prizes from Solar Bat, Ranger Boats, and Sea Tow of Wrightsville Beach, NC, including a one-year Sea Tow Gold membership, were presented to a few lucky winners.

The Optional Points competition currently has the 2014 championship team of Steve Vann and Richard Lewis with a slight lead over the second place team of Sammy Creech and Jeff Jones. Skeet Bennett and Buster Seabolt hold down the third position while Larry Hipps and Dean Lairson fill the fourth spot. In the fifth position is the duo of Abe Gaeta and DJ Mysilinski.

Full Results

Points After Gaston

Unfortunately we had an issue with our stationary camera during the weigh-in and no photos showing the catches from our anglers were recorded. We apologize for this mishap and plan to have a secondary camera in place for such photos at our future events.

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Howard Dominates Y.E.S. At Gaston

Littleton, NC – June 6th, 2015

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Lake Gaston was the location for stop number four of the 2015 Collins Inc. – Youth Educational Series tournament trail. This unique series, dedicated solely to youth anglers ages 18 and under, is seeing new and returning faces alike.

Competitors and their boat captains launched at 6:00 AM from the Summit Wildlife access and returned at 1:00 PM for the afternoon weigh-in.

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G0033407Ethan Howard took the top spot in the event with an impressive five fish limit tipping the scales at 20.77 lbs earning himself first place awards consisting of trophy prizes and products from The Trophy Connection, Z Man Fishing Products, Outdoor Accessories Unlimited, and Penetration Hooks. Howard also netted the single largest fish for the event, thus gaining the lunker award, presented by NC Farm Bureau agent Red Ligon, for his largemouth bass weighing 5.42 lbs. Howard focused on docks near the middle to backs of pockets where the bass were feeding on spawning sunfish. Howard alternated between a 3/8oz jig and a 1/8oz shakey head for his catches.

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Continuing a consistent run near the top of the leader board, Alden Patterson and Logan Jennings secured the second spot with their catch of 14.02 lbs that earned the two anglers trophy prizes and product awards from The Trophy Connection, Z Man Fishing Products, Outdoor Accessories Unlimited, and Penetration Hooks.

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In the third position was the team of 9 year old siblings, Landon and Camden Inscoe, with their catch of 9.39 lbs for the day. The anglers were each rewarded for their efforts with awards from Z Man Fishing Products, Outdoor Accessories Unlimited, and Penetration Hooks.

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Tyler Little and Chase Crocker filled the fourth position with their catch of 8.71 lbs that earned the duo prizes from Z Man Fishing Products, Outdoor Accessories Unlimited, and Penetration Hooks.

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Chase Stanley and Dale McGee secured the fifth position with their catch of 6.47 lbs that provided the tandem with prizes from Z Man Fishing Products, Outdoor Accessories Unlimited, and Penetration Hooks.

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In the sixth position was the pairing of Wyatt Long and Travis Beck with their catch of 4.93 lbs. Long and Beck were rewarded with prizes from Z Man Fishing Products, Outdoor Accessories Unlimited, and Penetration Hooks.

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Adam Pendergrass finished in the seventh spot with his catch of 3.15 lbs and earned prizes from Z Man Fishing Products and Penetration Hooks for his efforts.

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Tanner Rodgers and Jared Haynes settled for the eighth position with their catch of 1.99 lbs and were rewarded with prizes from Z Man Fishing Products and Penetration Hooks.

Thanks to our great series sponsors, additional prizes from Z Man Fishing Products, Penetration Hooks, Gamma Fishing Products, Solar Bat, and Ranger Boats were provided throughout the weigh-in period as door prizes.

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Due to the support of our dedicated Youth Educational Series sponsors, the series is able to reward these up-and-coming tournament anglers with nearly $700 in product rewards and trophies at each event, plus provide food items for the anglers and their boat captains during the weigh-in period. Thanks to our Youth Educational Series sponsors for your support in making this series possible for these young anglers.

Event Results

Points Standings After Gaston

Random Event Photos (Click Each For Larger Viewing):

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